This book is a collection of stories, essays, reviews, pictures and ramblings. View it as a scrap book on Chinese Live Art. The Chinese Arts Centre hopes it gives you an insight into the minds of the artists and a deeper understanding of their work and the concepts that motivate them.
Contributors: Lee Wen, Becky Ip, Andrew Mitchelson, Rachel Lois Clapham, Brendan Fan, Yingmei Duan, Marcus Young, Po Shui, Zhou Bin, Lesley Sanderson, Ming-Yuen S. Ma, Yang Zhichao, Voon Pow Bartlett and Yuen Yan.
Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester, 2008, 148 pages, colour photographs throughout, 20cm x 24cm.
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