This issue features a study of new media in contemporary Chinese art and culture. Essays, and papers presented in the symposiums, Envisioning the Future of Contemporary Art from Different 'Glocal' Positions, held in Hangzhou in March 2004, and An International Discourse on New Chinese Video and Photography, held in San Diego Museum of Art, provide an exploration of the popularisation of the use of new media among artists in China.

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editor

Keith WALLACE

Location code PER.YIS
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English

Publication/Creation date

2004

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In print

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16833082

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1

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magazine/journal/newspaper

Chapter headings
About Between the Past and Future: New Photography and Video from China

- WU Hung, 巫鴻

Revealing Keys to the Riddle of Reality: Moving Images of the Pearl River Delta from 1999 to 2003

- OU Ning, 歐寧

Transcript of the symposium at the San Diego Museum of Art, An International Discourse on New Chinese Video and Photography, moderated by Britta Erickson with presentations by Betti-Sue Hertz, Barbara London and Xu Bing
Three Presentations from the Symposium of New Media and Photography, Hangzhou Symposium: Envisioning the Future of Contemporary Art from Different Glocal Positions:
The Future: In Whose Hands?

- Karen SMITH

The Ping-Pong Policy of Chinese Contemporary Art

- Martina KOEPPEL-YANG, 楊天娜

The Museum of the Future: Art, Architecture, Science, and Technology

- Hans Ulrich OBRIST

Interview with Young Hay

- Alice Mingwai JIM, 詹明慧

Recording the Roots: Genetic Reformation and Culture Synthesis in the Era of Globalisation

- Lampo LEONG, 梁藍波

Fun, Pleasure-seeking, but Thoughtful: On Urban Popular Culture in China

- Hsingyuan TSAO, 曹星源

Review: MADACITY

- Hans Ulrich OBRIST

Review: Situating the Inaugural Beijing Dashanzi Art Festival: The Gateway of Infinite Wonders in Wang Mai's Work

- David TUNG, 董道茲

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Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art (Vol. 3, No. 2; Summer/Jun 2004), 典藏國際版 (第3卷, 第2期)