Master of Film
2017

Louis Liu

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Louis Yi Liu is a Chinese multimedia artist, he works on video art, design and curating, his research is "Illegal Identity".

Previous educationMA Fine Arts, ArtEZ, Arnhem, the Netherlands    China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China

Other projects

Curated exhibitions
- 'Urgent Care Of Identity' (Amsterdam, 2015)
- 'Defocusing - The Joint Exhibition of Modern Leading-edging Artists' (Bridge Art Centre, Beijing, China, 2008)

Exhibitions & presentations
- Workshop 'How Language Moves' (Goleb, Amsterdam)
- 'Urgent Care Of Identity' (A-LAB, Amsterdam)
- 'Lows and Highs' (OT301 4bid Gallery, Amsterdam)
- Moving future' (Dansmakers, Amsterdam)
- 'Her' in exhibition of 'Using the Museum' (Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven)
- 'Zone of Urgency' in exhibition of 'To make a work' (Upominki, Rotterdam)
- 'Her' (Laban Theatre, London, UK)
- '5,000 Friends' in exhibition of 'The Age of Houshayu' (Yanhuang Art Museum, Beijing, China)

Publications
- 'Revisiting Of The Scenes: Thomas Demand’s Works' (Art and Design magazine, 2014)
- 'Revival Of Modernism' (New Graphic magazine, 2014)
- 'CAFA in my memory' (ART CHINA website, 2014)
- 'Identity, Communities, Compatriots: Art of Marlene Dumas' (ART CHINA website, 2014)
- 'X rating artist Marlene Dumas' (99YS website)
- 'Designer: Nurse, doctor, medical researcher: Interview Thomas Castro' (ART CHINA website)
- 'New Nomads: New Traditional Jewellery 2012 show' (Houshidai website)
- 'China University Students’ Art-Design Works Year Book 2009'
- 'Outstanding graduation works of China Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2008'
- 'BIKE:Experimental Teaching In China Central Academy of Fine Arts 2007'
- 'PAPER: Experimental Teaching In China Central Academy of Fine Arts 2006'
- 'INSECT: Experimental Teaching In China Central Academy of Fine Arts 2006'




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