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MusicDish*China Host 2014 Asian Creative NYC Meetup

12-30-2013 | Music Events
Email: chinasounds@musicdish.com
Url: http://www.facebook.com/events/658327757538624/


Returning from a 5-week trip in China and Taiwan, MusicDish*China was inspired to organize an informal meetup for anyone involved in the NYC Asian creative and cultural sectors on January 7th.
https://www.facebook.com/events/658327757538624/

This is a chance to exchange ideas/projects for 2014 and discover ways we could all collaborate more. I will also be featuring a guest designer from China, Yi Zhou, who was recently profiled in Beijing's iLook and exhibited her project "Body Memory" at the Er Tiao Art Festival.

Body Memory Project 2013 Winter
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152738906852662.1073741838.699992661&type=1&l=fd951058db

Born and raised in Beijing, Yi Zhou is an artist and independent designer. In 2013, She received her MA in Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, and move back to her hometown in the winter. Most of Yiʼs projects are drawn from sociological angles, and focusing primarily on the interrelation between human relations and behavior. She takes inspiration from the mundane through observation and categorization, then transferring those insights and analysis into a playful artistic manifestations. Yi's overseas experiences provides her with an international outlook, tapping knowledge from chinese culture and contemporary western art and design. Her art work ʻBody Memoryʼ was exhibited at the ʻErtiao Art Festivalʼ organized by Homeshop Beijing last month, while her project ʻWorking together?ʻ was featured in December's iLOOK magazine issue 232.

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