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Wang Gongxin Ocula Conversation Wang Gongxin By Laura Thomson, Melbourne

The pioneering video works of Wang Gongxin heralded the rise of the video art movement in China, and he remains a force in Chinese contemporary art today. Born in Beijing in 1960, he belonged to the first generation of art students after the Cultural Revolution and trained as an oil painter in the Socialist-Realist style. In 1987 he was...

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Max Gimblett Ocula Conversation Max Gimblett By Anna Dickie, Beijing

I do not see art as pertaining to the market place, but rather creating change conditions for the citizens of our world, all eight billion of us. Art stands for the truth and feeds people with spirit.

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Bill Henson Ocula Conversation Bill Henson By Anna Dickie, Hong Kong

We seem increasingly incapable of rising above a righteous prurience in public debate around matters involving the depiction of the human form.

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