Paper Dialogues is an artistic collaboration between Qiao Xiaoguang from China and Karen Bit Vejle from Scandinavia. In this project, Qiao and Bit will each create a large-scale papercut where they interpret their own culture and history in order to present it to each other and to the audience.
This year's “On Paper · Supreme” has attracted eleven renowned international paper artists from the United States, Britain, Mexico, Japan and South Korea and other European countries.
During the long agricultural years, traditional Chinese paper-cutting formed multi-ethnic cultural...
The lecture was strongly supported by the Center of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, CAFA. Prof. Qiao Xiaoguang was invited to give lectures and dialogue. On January 6, Peter Callesen’s paper-cut art exhibition of “White World” opened at the Danish Cultural Center in the 798 Art District.
In the process of the creative art practice, Prof. Qiao Xiaoguang gradually summed up the view of the artistic creation: The fusion is more important than the communication.
Compared with his recent projects which focus on art and social connections, this exhibition seems to have expunged paper-cutting’s notable quality as a medium and has shifted into contextual...
Drawing creative inspirations from one of the most important and prevalent Chinese folk art, paper-cutting, this cultural vessel is transformed by Wu into experimental contemporary art, resulting in artworks that are highly unique in the Chinese art world.