Mind Mud: The Conceptual Ceramics of Ai Weiwei
Lecture Explores the Conceptual Ceramics of Chinese Activist Artist Ai Weiwei
Garth Clark, a leading writer and commentator on modern and contemporary art, leads this lecture on the Chinese activist artist Ai Weiwei. Clark has written, edited and contributed to more than 60 books on ceramic art and authored more than 200 essays, reviews and monographs that have been translated into dozens of languages. His subject, Ai Weiwei, is among China's most famous artists, as well as one of his country's most outspoken critics. Using art, language and social media, Weiwei has fought for social reforms ranging from democracy to human rights.
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