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The Logbook - An Art-Project about Communication and Cultural Exchange
Works Detail from the exhibition at 25000 Li Cultural Transmission

The Logbook - An Art-Project about Communication and Cultural Exchange

ZHAO Bandi » SONG Dong » ZHU Fadong » YANG Fudong » WANG Gongxin » HONG Hao » WANG Jianwei » HU Jieming » MA Liuming » ZHANG Peili » FENG Qianyu » SHAO Yinong & MU Chen » CHEN Shaoxiong » LI Tianbing » LIN Tianmiao » ZHOU Xiaohu » Yin Xiuzhen » YANG Zhenzhong » QIU Zhijie » & others

Exhibition: 16 Jul – 8 Aug 2004

Longmarchfoundation

Jiuxianqiao Rd #4, Chaoyang District
100015 Beijing

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www.longmarchfoundation.org

Tue-Sun 11-18

The Logbook - An Art-Project about Communication and Cultural Exchange
Projecting Zhou Xiaohu's video work, "Nursery Rhymes," on Yangshuo's West Bar street Copyright of the Long March Foundation.

The Long March – A Walking Visual Display at 25000 Li Cultural Transmission Center / Chief Curator Lu Jie . Co-Curator Qiu Zhijie This project is organized by the Long March Foundation, New York,and The 25000 Cultural Transmission Center, Beijing with the cooperation of local cultural institutions along the route of China's historical Long March. Its aim is to take both contemporary Chinese and international art to a sector of the Chinese public that is rarely, perhaps never, exposed to such work. In this respect, this is the first such project in China's history. Specifically, we will bring art to those people who live in communities along the route of Mao Zedong's historic Long March. Mao's 'March' symbolized the deliverance of the Communist ideal to the Chinese proletariat. It is with this symbolism in mind that we now choose to march contemporary art out to China's peripheral population. The project is composed of two parts: First, we hope to expose China as a space for public art and a forum for the cultural exchange. The curatorial team and two camera crews will travel for a five-month period along the route of the Long March, documenting the journey and compiling an archive of the experience. Along the way, local and international artists will join in at different venues to participate in the project by creating and/or showing their art works. There will be 20 events taking place in specific locations, each chosen to represent a certain historical, political, geographical and/or artistic context. Every event will include an exhibition and a forum for debate. In these exhibition venues, original artwork will be shown, but secondary sources such as slides, videos and exhibition catalogues will also be displayed. Following the exhibition we will hold discussions with invited artists, curators, critics and the local public. Once the five month tour has been completed, the second leg of our journey will begin.The works that were created, including video, photographic and written documents, will be packed-up and sent on a touring exhibition throughout international museums and other art institutions. This touring show will be accompanied by a web-site and a documentary film, detailing the most intriguing developments of the five-month journey. The collection of objects and texts created during the march will include the re-creation and re-enactment of some site-specific works realized on the road. Chief Curator Lu Jie . Co-Curator Qiu Zhijie

The Logbook - An Art-Project about Communication and Cultural Exchange
A photograph of villagers taken by Li Tianbin Copyright of the Long March Foundation.
The Logbook - An Art-Project about Communication and Cultural Exchange
Projecting Yang Fudong's work on Yangshuo's West Bar street Copyright of the Long March Foundation.