For this event, UCCA members will enjoy:
• Exclusive seats reservation service
• Members-only guided tour
For UCCA members, please send us your name and mobile number to RSVP (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call UCCA membership hotline: +86 10 5780 0200
13:00-13:20 Ticket pick-up at the reception desk (for UCCA members who RSVPed)
13:20-13:50 Exclusive UCCA members-only guided tour
13:30-14:00 Ticket distribution at the reception desk (for UCCA members who didn’t RSVP and non-members)
*Please arrive promptly.
Anna-Viktoria Eschbach (Co-founder of I: project space, curator)
Anna-Viktoria Eschbach is a Hungarian-German curator based in Beijing. She is co-founder and director at the art space and residency program I: project space, and one of the three publishers at the Swiss-Chinese publishing platform tria. With her partner at I: project space Antonie Angerer, she started the Independent Art Space Festival in Beijing, and the long-term research projects Beijing22 and Feminist South. In addition to curating exhibitions, she works as a writer for various magazines, and is the China correspondent for the Hungarian art magazine Műértő.
Geisel Cabrera (Curator)
Geisel Cabrera is a cultural administrator and curator particularly interested in the contending realities of contemporary China. He has participated in the organization of music and film festivals in Beijing, and currently helps at Meridian Space with its Meridian Borderline Program, a program that focuses mainly on avant-garde/experimental music and film.
Maoyi (Artist, Co-founder of Q-space)
Maoyi is a freelance designer/illustrator currently residing in Beijing, and hailing from southeast China. She is a co-founder of Q-space, a feminist queer space in Beijing’s hutongs. She is actively involved with Beijing’s LGBT community and feminist groups, collectively working on digital arts, queer art collaboration, and feminist film projects.
Alvin Li (English editor, UCCA)
Alvin Li is a writer, researcher, translator, and queer activist based in Beijing, where Li is currently English editor of Ullens Center for Contemporary Art. Li recently co-curated the group exhibition, “The New Normal: Art and China in 2017,” at the Center. Particularly interested in gender variance and queerness, as well as their implications for community practices and social relations, Li has been organizing queer film festivals, monthly screenings, and community-oriented events in Shanghai for three years. Li is the co-founder of an unrefined queer underground collective named CINEMQ, known for hopping around clubs in Shanghai to screen queer short films and throw badass parties. Li is the guest curator of a queer screening program for Para Site’s summer exhibition “In Search of Miss Ruthless”; titled ”Pièce Touchée”, the program will debut at Para Site on September 10th.