Contributors

Zoe Butt

Zoe Butt is Deputy Director of the Long March Project. She is also a member of San Art, an independent artist-run gallery and reading room in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Previously she was Assistant Curator, Contemporary Asian At at the Queenlsand Art Gallery, Brisbane, where she assisted in the development of the Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art and key acquisitions for the Contemporary Asian Art collection

Articles

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Collapsing the Bilateral: creating consciousness
The Long March Project founded by Lu Jie is an ongoing art project that began with a philosophical evaluation of the complex role and meaning of art and selfhood, in all its political, economic, cultural, and social guises. It is critical that new opportunities are found for artistic reciprocity that exist beyond the presumed centres of art validation (ie. America and Europe). The Long March directs the gaze of Chinese cultural producers to re-assess how art can be a tool through which ideas of making – self, thought, object – can be critically empowered and conceived.
After the Missionaries
Cementa NAVA Country Arts SA Unley Museum