04:00 to 05:00
Level 1, 151 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Date & Time: 2pm, Saturday 11 April
Venue: China Cultural Centre in Sydney
As a case study, based on practical experience, Dr Tianli Zu compares Western artists and Chinese folk artists to demonstrate that each one’s art making process is a way of achieving harmony. Her contemporary multimedia exhibition Elemental is on display at China Cultural Centre in Sydney from 20 March to 11 April.
About the Artist
Dr Tianli Zu is an Australian multimedia artist, born in Beijing, China. She studied at the Fine Arts School affiliated to the China Central Academy of Fine Arts and China Central Academy of Fine Arts. In 1988, her winning dragon image was used as the Year of the Dragon image in the twelve part series of zodiac stamps issued by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, China. In recent years, Zu’s contemporary art practice has integrated technology and the handmade. Using an interdisciplinary process of intuitive hand cut paper objects, animation and cinematic projection, she employs art to engage and comment on complex social phenomena, culturally, philosophically and psychologically. Zu is a cultural ambassador for Sydney College of the Arts (SCA), the University of Sydney.