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Bingyi: Land of Immortals

Bingyi premiers new ink paintings from her site-specific Taihang Mountains series in which she explores the Northern Song landscape tradition.

An artist, architectural designer, curator, cultural critic, and social activist, Bingyi (冰 逸, b. 1975, Beijing) has developed a multi-faceted practice that encompasses land and environmental art, site-specific architectural installation, musical and literary composition, ink painting, performance art, and filmmaking. Adopting a non-anthropocentric perspective and channeling nature’s creative agency, her work is centrally concerned with the themes of ecology, ruins, rebirth, and poetic imagination. After pursuing university-level studies in biomedical and electronic engineering in the United States, Bingyi earned a Ph.D. in Art History and Archeology from Yale University in 2005 with a dissertation on the art of the Han Dynasty.

Zoom Panel Talk
Bingyi: Land of Immortals

An event co-hosted by Joan B Mirviss LTD
Is there a role in today’s global contemporary art world for China’s long-standing practice of brush-and-ink based arts—specifically, its tradition of landscape painting?  Beijing- and Los-Angeles-based artist, writer, film-maker and art historian Bingyi will discuss this question in the context of her contemporary ink landscape painting practice.

PANELISTS:
BINGYI, artist, writer, film-maker and architectural designer based in Beijing, China and Los Angeles
SUSAN L. BENINGSON, independent curator based in New York
SUSANNA FERRELL, Associate Curator of Chinese Art, LACMA
DAVID AKE SENSABAUGH, Emeritus Ruth and Bruce Dayton Curator of Asian Art and head of the Department of Asian Art at the Yale University Art Gallery
Moderated by CRAIG YEE, co-founding partner of INKstudio

To watch a recording of this webinar, click here