Staging art and Chineseness : the politics of trans/nationalism and global expositions /
This book addresses the politics of borders in the era of global art by exploring the identification of Chinese artists by location and exhibition. Focusing on performative, body-oriented video works by the post-1989 generation, it tests the premise of genealogical inscription and the ways in which...
Manchester University Press,
|Series:||Rethinking art's histories.