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Artists Talk at IOAM 

Beijing Inside-Out Art Museum

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November 24, 2018

Conference Room, Beijing Inside-Out Art Museum

Liu Zhangbolong丨About “New Game+”: Can Art Project Be A Kind of Knowledge Production?

Zhang Miao丨Square / Bridge / Termite

Timur Si-Qin 丨Aesthetics of Contingency 

Liu Zhangbolong

Liu Zhangbolong

Zhang Miao

Zhang Miao

Timur Si-Qin

Timur Si-Qin


Liu Zhangbolong, artist, graduated from Materials Science and Engineering Department at Tsinghua University, Beijing (B.E.) in 2012 and Photography, Video and Related Media at School of Visual Arts, New York (M.F.A) in 2015. He is one of participating artists of the current exhibition The Lonely Spirit at Beijing Inside-Out Art Museum.

Zhang Miao, born in Beijing in 1985,  graduated from the oil painting department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2008 and now lives and works in Beijing.

Timur Si-Qin (b. 1984), is an artist of German and Mongolian-Chinese descent who grew up in Berlin, Beijing and in a Native Indian community in the American Southwest. Growing up in a multi-cultural environment helped inform Si-Qin’s unique sensitivity to the relationship between nature and culture. Now living in New York, Si-Qin has become a leading figure in a Post-Internet generation of artists who reference new developments in science and technology to challenge the separation between the human world and the biological laws of the natural world.