Screenshot aus einem Werbefilm, den der chinesische Künstler Ai Weiwei gemeinsam mit dem deutschen Bau- und Gartenmarkt Hornbach. 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 hat einen dystopischen Film über den Corona-Ausbruch in Wuhan veröffentlicht. Anders als sonst mischt sich der Künstler nicht in die Bilder der.
Kunsthalle BernAi Weiwei (chinesisch 艾未未, Pinyin Ài Wèiwèi; * August in Peking) ist ein chinesischer Konzeptkünstler, Bildhauer und Kurator. Der Menschenrechtler. 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. Nachrichten zum chinesischen Regierungskritiker Ai Weiwei: Hier finden Sie alle Informationen der FAZ zum Kunstaktivisten Ai Weiwei.
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Read on Toronto Star. The movie theatre is almost empty. In the gift shop, a woman wearing large rose quartz earrings, a Del Kathryn Barton scarf, and a thin gold watch finally decides on Humanity.
Yellow-clear liquid falls neatly into each cup, steam swirling. Turn the camera on. Never turn it off. Make sure you have extra batteries.
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. Ai Weiwei Sunflower Seeds Ai Weiwei Tree Ai Weiwei Table and Pillar Film and audio.
Ai Weiwei, Sunflower seeds The story behind the artwork that carperted Tate Modern with millions of handmade sunflower seeds. Features Left Right.
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Tate Papers. 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. Are the people in Hong Kong fighting a lost cause?
Anonymous, Hong Kong I have said this before: they have already won. As soon as you start to fight — you can be the weakest or strongest — you have won.
Of all of your accomplishments, artistic and political, what are you personally most proud of? Some of my work is more popular, some less, but that is not so important.
I think anybody who wants to make the effort can create better work than me. Has becoming a parent had an impact on your art?
Lorraine Pink, Australia Oh yes, definitely it helps me. Whatever I did before is like half of the circle; becoming a parent makes the circle full.
What do you miss most about China? John, Saigon What I miss most is standing on the ground in China and fighting for its survival. You believe German society is intolerant to refugees — what has led you to that conclusion?
Samuel Worz, Germany I have undergone a long period of study and research on this issue. German intolerance is not simply my impression, but a view formed by observing the German response to many different issues.
Germany has failed not only when it comes to supporting refugees, but also on other political issues, such as dealing with authoritarian states like China.
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John M. Cunningham John M.Ai Weiwei (Chinese: 艾未未; pinyin: Ài Wèiwèi, English pronunciation (help·info); born 28 August ) is a Chinese contemporary artist and activist. Ai grew up in the far north-west of China, where he lived under harsh conditions due to his father's exile. Ai Weiwei is the most famous Chinese artist living today. As an activist, he calls attention to human rights violations on an epic scale; as an artist, he expands the definition of art to include new forms of social engagement. 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. 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.