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Ai Weiwei Navigation menu VideoStraight 3, Ai Weiwei’s studio can be found behind unmarked, black metal doors in a grand square in the old east Berlin. You immediately descend two flights of very steep stone stairs before emerging. Ai Weiwei, Wade-Giles romanization Ai Wei-wei, (born May 18?, , Beijing, China), Chinese artist and activist who produced a multifaceted array of creative work, including sculptural installations, architectural projects, photographs, and videos. Ai Weiwei was born in Beijing, China in An outspoken human rights activist, Ai was arrested by Chinese authorities in April and held incommunicado for three months. Upon his release, he was prohibited from traveling abroad, engaging in public speech, and was subjected to continued government surveillance. Ai Weiweiis one of the best known artists working today. His provocative blend of Chinese history and tradition within a wholly contemporary practice serves as a form of human rights activism, cultural commentary, and critique of the global imbalance of power—a fact that has turned Ai into a political target. A cultural figure of international renown, Ai Weiwei is an activist, architect, curator, filmmaker, and China’s most famous artist. Open in his criticism of the Chinese government, Ai was famously detained for months in , then released to house arrest. “I don’t see myself as a dissident artist,” he says. Solche Erlebnisse sind nicht hinnehmbar, aber sie sind nicht das eigentliche Problem, höchstens dessen Symptom. Digitales Leben. Das gaben die Behörden der nordostchinesischen Stadt Shenyang am Donnerstag bekannt. Lindt Lindor Weiß verliehen. Ai Weiwei ist ein chinesischer Konzeptkünstler, Bildhauer und Kurator. Der Menschenrechtler und Dissident war nach regierungskritischen Äußerungen während der Proteste in China von April bis Juni inhaftiert und hatte bis Ai Weiwei (chinesisch 艾未未, Pinyin Ài Wèiwèi; * August in Peking) ist ein chinesischer Konzeptkünstler, Bildhauer und Kurator. Der Menschenrechtler. Der chinesische Künstler Ai Weiwei zeigt in seinem neuen Dokumentarfilm "Coronation", wie ein autoritärer Staat der Corona-Pandemie. Ai Weiwei hat einen dystopischen Film über den Corona-Ausbruch in Wuhan veröffentlicht. Anders als sonst mischt sich der Künstler nicht in die Bilder der.
Although Ai initially focused on painting, he soon turned to sculpture , inspired by the ready-made works of the French artist Marcel Duchamp and the German sculptor Joseph Beuys.
Exploring the fraught relationship of an increasingly modernized China to its cultural heritage, Ai began creating works that irrevocably transformed centuries-old Chinese artifacts—for instance, a Han dynasty urn onto which he painted the Coca-Cola logo and pieces of Ming - and Qing -era furniture broken down and reassembled into various nonfunctional configurations.
After building his own studio complex on the edge of Beijing in , Ai turned toward architecture , and four years later he founded the design firm FAKE to realize his projects, which emphasized simplicity through the use of commonplace materials.
In Ai was invited to write a blog for the Chinese Web portal Sina. Although he initially used the blog as a means of documenting the mundane aspects of his life, he soon found it a suitable forum for his often blunt criticism of the Chinese government.
Furthermore, nearly a year after the Sichuan earthquake —in which shoddy construction was suspected to have been responsible for the deaths of thousands of children in collapsed public schools—Ai lambasted officials for not having released details on the fatalities and mobilized his growing readership to investigate.
The blog was soon shut down, and Ai was placed under surveillance, though he refused to curtail his activities. From to , Ai Weiwei recorded the results of Beijing's developing urban infrastructure and its social conditions.
Beginning under the Dabeiyao highway interchange, the vehicle from which Beijing was shot traveled every road within the Fourth Ring Road of Beijing and documented the road conditions.
Approximately kilometers and hours of footage later, it ended where it began under the Dabeiyao highway interchange. The documentation of these winding alleyways of the city center — now largely torn down for redevelopment — preserved a visual record of the city that is free of aesthetic judgment.
Moving from east to west, Chang'an Boulevard traverses Beijing's most iconic avenue. Along the boulevard's kilometer length, it recorded the changing densities of its far-flung suburbs, central business districts, and political core.
At each meter increment, the artist records a single frame for one minute. The work reveals the rhythm of Beijing as a capital city, its social structure, cityscape, socialist-planned economy, capitalist market, political power center, commercial buildings, and industrial units as pieces of a multi-layered urban collage.
The artist records a single frame for one minute for each view on the bridge. Beijing: The Second Ring was entirely shot on cloudy days, while the segments for Beijing: The Third Ring were entirely shot on sunny days.
The films document the historic aspects and modern development of a city with a population of nearly 11 million people. Fairytale covers Ai Weiwei's project Fairytale, part of Europe's most innovative five-year art event Documenta 12 in Kassel, Germany in Ai invited Chinese citizens of different ages and from various backgrounds to travel to Kassel, Germany to experience a fairytale of their own.
Along with this documentary, Fairytale was documented through written materials and photographs of participants and artifacts from the event.
Fairytale was an act of social subversion, improving relationships between China and the West through interactions among participants and the citizens of Kassel.
Ai Weiwei felt that he was able to make a positive influence on both participants of Fairytale and Kassel citizens.
On 15 December , a citizens' investigation began with the goal of seeking an explanation for the casualties of the Sichuan earthquake that happened on 12 May The investigation covered 14 counties and 74 townships within the disaster zone, and studied the conditions of schools that were affected by the earthquake.
By gathering and confirming comprehensive details about the students, such as their age, region, school, and grade, the group managed to affirm that there were 5, students who perished in the disaster.
Among a hundred volunteers, 38 of them participated in fieldwork, with 25 of them being controlled by the Sichuan police for a total of 45 times.
This documentary is a structural element of the citizens' investigation. At on 12 May , an 8. Over 5, students in primary and secondary schools perished in the earthquake, yet their names went unannounced.
In reaction to the government's lack of transparency, a citizen's investigation was initiated to find out their names and details about their schools and families.
As of 2 September , there were 4, confirmed. This video is a tribute to these perished students and a memorial for innocent lives lost.
This video documents the story of Chinese citizen Feng Zhenghu and his struggles to return home. The Shanghai authorities rejected Feng Zhenghu, originated from Wenzhou, Zhejiang, China, from returning to the country for a total of eight times in On 4 November , Feng Zhenghu attempted to return home for the ninth time but the police from Shanghai used violence and kidnapped him to board a flight to Japan.
Feng refused to enter Japan and decided to live in the Immigration Hall at Terminal 1 of the Narita Airport in Tokyo, as an act of protest.
He relied on food gifts from tourists for sustenance and lived at a passageway in the Narita Airport for 92 days.
He posted updates over Twitter, they attracted much concern and led to wide media coverage from Chinese netizens and international communities.
On 31 January, Feng announced an end to his protest at the Narita Airport. On 12 February, Feng was allowed entry to China, where he reunited with his family at home in Shanghai.
Ai Weiwei and his assistant Gao Yuan, went from Beijing to interview Feng Zhenghu three times at the Narita Airport of Japan on 16 November 20 November and 31 January , and documented his life at the airport passageway and the entire process of his return to China.
Tan Zuoren was charged with "inciting subversion of state power". Chengdu police detained witnessed during the trial of the civil rights advocate, which is an obstruction of justice and violence.
Tan Zuoren was charged as a result of his research and questioning regarding the 5. Tan Zuoren was sentenced to five years of prison.
In June , Yang Jia carried a knife, a hammer, a gas mask, pepper spray, gloves and Molotov cocktails to the Zhabei Public Security Branch Bureau and killed six police officers, injuring another police officer and a guard.
He was arrested on the scene, and was subsequently charged with intentional homicide. In the following six months, while Yang Jia was detained and trials were held, his mother has mysteriously disappeared.
This video is a documentary that traces the reasons and motivations behind the tragedy and investigates into a trial process filled with shady cover-ups and questionable decisions.
The film provides a glimpse into the realities of a government-controlled judicial system and its impact on the citizens' lives.
On separate occasions, they were kidnapped, beaten and thrown into remote locations. The incidents attracted much concern over the Internet, as well as wide speculation and theories about what exactly happened.
This documentary presents interviews of the two victims, witnesses and concerned netizens. In which it gathers various perspectives about the two beatings, and brings us closer to the brutal reality of China's "crackdown on crime".
On 24 April at , Ai Weiwei aiww started a Twitter campaign to commemorate students who perished in the earthquake in Sichuan on 12 May Remembrance is an audio work dedicated to the young people who lost their lives in the Sichuan earthquake.
It expresses thoughts for the passing of innocent lives and indignation for the cover-ups on truths about sub-standard architecture, which led to the large number of schools that collapsed during the earthquake.
The shooting and editing of this video lasted nearly seven months at the Ai Weiwei studio. It began near the end of in an interception organized by cat-saving volunteers in Tianjin, and the film locations included Tianjin, Shanghai, Rugao of Jiangsu, Chaoshan of Guangzhou, and Hebei Province.
The documentary depicts a complete picture of a chain in the cat-trading industry. Since the end of when the government began soliciting expert opinion for the Animal Protection Act, the focus of public debate has always been on whether one should be eating cats or not, or whether cat-eating is a Chinese tradition or not.
There are even people who would go as far as to say that the call to stop eating cat meat is "imposing the will of the minority on the majority".
Yet the "majority" does not understand the complete truth of cat-meat trading chains: cat theft, cat trafficking, killing cats, selling cats, and eating cats, all the various stages of the trade and how they are distributed across the country, in cities such as Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Rugao, Wuhan, Guangzhou, and Hebei.
This well-organized, smooth-running industry chain of cat abuse, cat killing and skinning has already existed among ordinary Chinese folks for 20 years, or perhaps even longer.
The degree of civilization of a country can be seen from its attitude towards animals. One hundred architects from 27 countries were chosen to participate and design a square meter villa to be built in a new community in Inner Mongolia.
The villas would be designed to fit a master plan designed by Ai Weiwei. On 25 January , the architects gathered in Ordos for a first site visit.
The film Ordos documents the total of three site visits to Ordos, during which time the master plan and design of each villa was completed. As of , the Ordos project remains unrealized.
So Sorry shows the investigation led by Ai Weiwei studio to identify the students who died during the Sichuan earthquake as a result of corruption and poor building constructions leading to the confrontation between Ai Weiwei and the Chengdu police.
After being beaten by the police, Ai Weiwei traveled to Munich, Germany to prepare his exhibition at the museum Haus der Kunst. The result of his beating led to intense headaches caused by a brain hemorrhage and was treated by emergency surgery.
These events mark the beginning of Ai Weiwei's struggle and surveillance at the hands of the state police. This documentary investigates the death of popular Zhaiqiao village leader Qian Yunhui in the fishing village of Yueqing, Zhejiang province.
When the local government confiscated marshlands in order to convert them into construction land, the villagers were deprived of the opportunity to cultivate these lands and be fully self-subsistent.
Qian Yunhui, unafraid of speaking up for his villagers, travelled to Beijing several times to report this injustice to the central government.
In order to silence him, he was detained by local government repeatedly. On 25 December , Qian Yunhui was hit by a truck and died on the scene.
News of the incident and photos of the scene quickly spread over the internet. The local government claimed that Qian Yunhui was the victim of an ordinary traffic accident.
This film is an investigation conducted by Ai Weiwei studio into the circumstances of the incident and its connection to the land dispute case, mainly based on interviews of family members, villagers and officials.
It is an attempt by Ai Weiwei to establish the facts and find out what really happened on 25 December During shooting and production, Ai Weiwei studio experienced significant obstruction and resistance from local government.
The film crew was followed, sometimes physically stopped from shooting certain scenes and there were even attempts to buy off footage. All villagers interviewed for the purposes of this documentary have been interrogated or illegally detained by local government to some extent.
Early in , the district government of Jiading, Shanghai invited Ai Weiwei to build a studio in Malu Township, as a part of the local government's efforts in developing its cultural assets.
In October , the Shanghai government declared the Ai Weiwei Shanghai Studio an illegal construction, and it was subjected to demolition.
On 7 November , when Ai Weiwei was placed under house arrest by public security in Beijing, over 1, netizens attended the "River Crab Feast" at the Shanghai Studio.
On 11 January , the Shanghai city government forcibly demolished the Ai Weiwei Studio within a day, without any prior notice.
This video tells the story of Liu Ximei, who at her birth in was given to relatives to be raised because she was born in violation of China's strict one-child policy.
When she was ten years old, Liu was severely injured while working in the fields and lost large amounts of blood. While undergoing treatment at a local hospital, she was given a blood transfusion that was later revealed to be contaminated with HIV.
According to official statistics, in there were , AIDS sufferers in China, many of whom contracted the illness in the s and s as the result of a widespread plasma market operating in rural, impoverished areas and using unsafe collection methods.
The documentary goes onto chronologically reconstruct the events that occurred from the time he was arrested at the Beijing airport in April to his final court appeal in September The film portrays the day-to-day activity surrounding Ai Weiwei, his family and his associates ranging from consistent visits by the authorities, interviews with reporters, support and donations from fans, and court dates.
This documentary on the Fukushima Art Project is about artist Ai Weiwei's investigation of the site as well as the project's installation process.
Ai accepted the invitation and sent his assistant Ma Yan to the exclusion zone in Japan to investigate the site. Both water and electric circuits were cut off.
Entrance restriction is expected to be relieved in the next thirty years, or even longer. The art project will also be open to public at that time.
The three spots usable as exhibition spaces by the artists are all former residential houses, among which exhibition site one and two were used for working and lodging; and exhibition site three was used as a community entertainment facility with an ostrich farm.
Ai brought about two projects, A Ray of Hope and Family Album after analyzing materials and information generated from the site.
In A Ray of Hope , a solar photovoltaic system is built on exhibition site one, on the second level of the old warehouse.
Integral LED lighting devices are used in the two rooms. This lighting system is the only light source in the Exclusion Zone after this project was installed.
Photos of Ai and his studio staff at Caochangdi that make up project Family Album are displayed on exhibition site two and three, in the seven rooms where locals used to live.
The twenty-two selected photos are divided in five categories according to types of event spanning eight years.
Among these photos, six of them were taken from the site investigation at the Sichuan earthquake; two were taken during the time when he was illegally detained after pleading the Tan Zuoren case in Chengdu, China in August ; and three others taken during his surgical treatment for his head injury from being attacked in the head by police officers in Chengdu; five taken of him being followed by the police and his Beijing studio Fake Design under surveillance due to the studio tax case from to ; four are photos of Ai Weiwei and his family from year to year ; and the other two were taken earlier of him in his studio in Caochangdi One taken in and the other in A feature documentary directed by Weiwei and co-produced by Andy Cohen about the global refugee crisis.
Ai's visual art includes sculptural installations, woodworking, video and photography. His works address his investigation into the aftermath of the Sichuan earthquake and responses to the Chinese government's detention and surveillance of him.
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Even doctors or politicians, they should have vision and they should understand human behaviour and try to offer possibilities for surviving intellectually or physically.
How can art help the plight of refugees? Art tries to illustrate or explain the situation we are in. Art helps our human understanding of our situation.
After creating so many works of art that give voice to the voiceless across the world, I wonder what are the emotions that you find easier to think, write or express in Chinese and what are the emotions you find easier to think, write or express in English?
I am curious what is your relationship with each language, and how do they differ, if at all, emotionally.
For western readers, since I was not raised in the west, my arguments are more about matters of ethics and philosophy.
Rationality is easier for any audience to understand. What steps do you think can we take to persuade European public opinion to be more sympathetic to taking in refugees, especially in Britain?
You can only warn people what the consequences will be of not doing it. He never dies, you cannot beat him with one punch. You mostly look unhappy.
Are you happy, Mr Weiwei? Uwe Wache, Germany I am the happiest person with the saddest face on Earth.
Where did all the sesame seeds go? Can I get some? Nick, Spain Ah, the sunflower seeds? Yes, give me your address I will send you one.
But seriously, in China, all the activists love these seeds, they call them the seeds of freedom. They make a little earring or something.
They really love them. How did you and your family survive living in a hole in the ground for five years? We had the kind of happiness one will never experience living on Park Avenue or in some kind of palace.
The line is cotton-thin. Ai runs a hand over his face. It is an artistic masterpiece: an intricate patchwork of stunning camera work, close-range iPhone portraits, and wide aerial landscape sweeps captured by drone — unflinching, apocalyptic, uncomfortable, exquisite, and very, very real.
Read on The Saturday Paper. What is the trait you most deplore in others? Indifference about what is right or wrong. Indifference about justice.
Read on Vanity Fair. The book looks and reads like a series of short poems or Haiku. His topic headings consider humanity, crisis, power, borders and finally action.
He looks at our human commonality and how that is plunged into disaster by the artificiality of partition and the misuse of power.
Here the contradictions of this now famous artist who has been accepted by the establishment can be seen.
Read on Socialist Worker. Ai Weiwei is the most important artist working in the most interesting country in the world right now. If he is finding it a burden, he hides it well.
Notwithstanding a troubling spell in captivity last year, Ai refuses to be silenced. It is partly a matter of historical determinism: the world needs a prominent Chinese dissident around which to frame its reservations over that country's remarkable rise to power.Early inthe district government of Jiading, Shanghai invited Ai Weiwei to build a studio in Malu Township, as a part of the local government's efforts in developing its cultural assets. As a young man, you destroyed art and cultural artefacts. Archived from the original on 14 September Al Jazeera. Retrieved 21 July After being allowed to leave China inhe has Binäre Strategie in BerlinGermany, and, sincein CambridgeUK, with his family, working and traveling internationally. Subscribe today. Ai stated on 3 November the Satur Bremen authorities had let him know him two months earlier that the newly completed studio would be knocked Reich Durch Sportwetten because it was illegal Lotto Der Letzten Wochen did not meet the needs. We think that the misery is so great that we cannot Tischspiel anything about it. Archived from the original on 21 April
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