[NetBehaviour] The Red Flag Flies by Zhou Hongxiang UK exhibition.

marc garrett marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Thu Feb 7 17:06:35 CET 2008

The Red Flag Flies by Zhou Hongxiang
Wed 6th Feb - Mon 31st Mar

 You are invited to a Private View of The Red Flag Flies work of Zhou 
Hongxiang, one of China's leading video and new media artists on

Tuesday 12 February 6.30pm – 8.30pm


Is the utopia of a communist society in China still alive or just kept 
alive artificially?
In Zhou Hongxiang’s video essay possible answers are interconnected, 
while presenting today’s China as a nation torn between communist 
rhetoric and capitalist economy. Simultaneously, The Red Flag Flies 
critically reflects on the slogans of Maoism as well as on all kind of 
‘-isms’ in the world - albeit their economical, political or ideological 
origins. The Red Flag Flies tries to deconstruct and reconstruct the 
phenomenon of cinema by questioning current aesthetic experiences and 
cognitive perception, and tries to explore a new discourse on the power 
of images.

For more information please visit www.watermans.org.uk

For Private View please RSVP angela at watermans.org.uk

Watermans 40 High Street Brentford TW8 0DS



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