PRD Anti-Heroes (a Theater Project by Cao Fei) premiered at Mutifunctional Hall, Guangdong Museum of Artat 3: 30 pm, 18-19th. Nov. 2005.
November 17th, 2005
Detailed infomation of Moving Images of Pearl River Delta 1898-2005: A Special Project for The Second Guangzhou Tiennial
November 6th, 2005
Ou Ning presented The Da Zha Lan Project in Creative Links: Design and Consultation in Urban Regeneration, the forum co-organised by British Council and the Hong Kong Design Centre in November 23, 2005. The forum unites designers, artists, architects, academics, policy makers and opinion leaders from the UK, Hong Kong and mainland China in a professional tripartite dialogue with a focus on the integration of good urban design and community involvement in the process. For more details, please visit:
San Yuan Li entried The 3rd Copenhagen International Documentary Festival. See the official website: www.cphdox.dk
November 6th, 2005
The 2nd Guangzhou Triennial opened at November 18, 2005. Cao Fei participated the Triennial with a theatre work PRD Anti-Heroes ( premiered at the opening), Ou Ning participated with a special project Moving Images of Pearl River Delta 1898-2005(co-curated with Law Kar, featured about 40 titles of film and video), while Alternative Archive participates as a Self Organization. For more information, see the official website of the triennial(designed by Ou Ning and Imagine Wong): www.gztriennial.org
October 29th, 2005
INFORMAL CITY?—Beijing Case Exhibition opens today!
Zero Field, 798, Jiuxian Qiao, No. 4, Beijing from October 29 to November 12.
The Da Zha Lan Project in the exhibition:
Ou Ning curated the Moving Images of Pearl River Delta section (totally 13 titles of film and digital video) for 2005 Pingyao International Photography Festival. The Guangdong-based artists Huang Weikai, Jiang Zhi, Fu Zhenyu and Lin Jing attended the opening in Pingyao.
Ou Ning & Cao Fei arrived in Beijing, to begin the Da Zha Lan project for the Beijing Case fellowship program, which is organized by the Kulturstiftung des Bundes (German Federal Culture Foundation) and Goethe-Institut Peking. They planed to stay in Beijing through October 31, researched and filmed Da Zha Lan area in the city.