Lu Jie has curated an evening based on the concepts of The Long March.
The goal of the Long March Foundation is the advancement of Chinese
contemporary art through innovative programming and inter-cultural
exchange. It believes that cross-cultural dialogue is critical to both
Chinese and Western art practice. The name symbolizes the journey to
better understand how local communities interact with the global
community. Through the lens of art, The Long March seeks to represent
race, gender, history and society as a continually developing process.
Featuring Lu Jie (Beijing) vs Henk Oosterling (Rotterdam)
in dialogue with selected Chinese and international DEAF07 participants