1. SINOVISION: Shen Wei Dress Rehearsal Performance 20140429

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    I had a chance to film these wonderful dancers in their rehearsal before the big show.

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    • Interview with Company Dancer Evan Copeland

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      Shen Wei Dance Arts’ New York City Season will feature a revival of MAP (2005), set to Steve Reich’s “Desert Music.” Watch clips of Interview with company dancer Evan Copeland for our April 29th to May 4th season at Judson Church. For Judson, Shen Wei will re-imagine the dance for performance in the round; his stunning backdrop will be transformed into a floating aerial installation. Video Editing by Jun Cen & Xia Hua For tickets call: 866-811-4111 or visit shenweidancearts.org

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      • Shen Wei Dance Arts to perform MAP / April 29 - May 4, 2014

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        Shen Wei Dance Arts’ New York City Season will feature a revival of MAP (2005), set to Steve Reich’s “Desert Music.” Watch clips of the original cast in performance and today’s Company in rehearsal for our April 29th to May 4th season at Judson Church. For Judson, Shen Wei will re-imagine the dance for performance in the round; his stunning backdrop will be transformed into a floating aerial installation. Video Editing by Jun Cen & Xia Hua For tickets call: 866-811-4111 or visit www.shenweidancearts.org

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        • WETALK: Photographer Shen Wei

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          Shen Wei is a Chinese artist known for his intimate portraits of others and himself, as well as his photographic exploration of contemporary China. Born in Shanghai, China, Shen Wei lives in New York City. Having grown up in a shanty town in Yangpu District of Shanghai, he began his art training at an early age at a local Children's Palace. Shen Wei’s work has been exhibited and published internationally. In 2007, American Photo magazine named Shen Wei one of the Top 15 Emerging Artists in the world. In 2008, he was included in the Photo District News’ 30 photographers to watch list. Shen Wei is the winner of 2012 Philadelphia Museum of Art Photography Portfolio Competition.

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          • Ramble (2014)

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            Single-channel Video. (color, sound). 2014. Duration: 1 min., 35 sec.; loop.

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            • Shen Wei: I Miss You Already - Part 4/4

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              On October 22, Aperture Foundation and Parsons the New School for Design presented an artist talk with photographer Shen Wei. Inspired by his conservative upbringing in Shanghai, Wei showed work exploring identity, memory, and sexuality. His series Chinese Sentiment, documented modern China from an intimate perspective, while the series I Miss You Already exposed the artist’s own process of self-discovery. In either case, Wei’s images provided a seductive blend of instinct, fantasy, anxiety, and emptiness. A slideshow of images from both series was shown, and time was granted for a brief Q&A at the end of the presentation.

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              • Shen Wei: I Miss You Already - Part 3/4

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                On October 22, Aperture Foundation and Parsons the New School for Design presented an artist talk with photographer Shen Wei. Inspired by his conservative upbringing in Shanghai, Wei showed work exploring identity, memory, and sexuality. His series Chinese Sentiment, documented modern China from an intimate perspective, while the series I Miss You Already exposed the artist’s own process of self-discovery. In either case, Wei’s images provided a seductive blend of instinct, fantasy, anxiety, and emptiness. A slideshow of images from both series was shown, and time was granted for a brief Q&A at the end of the presentation.

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                • Shen Wei: I Miss You Already - Part 2/4

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                  On October 22, Aperture Foundation and Parsons the New School for Design presented an artist talk with photographer Shen Wei. Inspired by his conservative upbringing in Shanghai, Wei showed work exploring identity, memory, and sexuality. His series Chinese Sentiment, documented modern China from an intimate perspective, while the series I Miss You Already exposed the artist’s own process of self-discovery. In either case, Wei’s images provided a seductive blend of instinct, fantasy, anxiety, and emptiness. A slideshow of images from both series was shown, and time was granted for a brief Q&A at the end of the presentation.

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                  • Shen Wei: I Miss You Already - Part 1/4

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                    On October 22, Aperture Foundation and Parsons the New School for Design presented an artist talk with photographer Shen Wei. Inspired by his conservative upbringing in Shanghai, Wei showed work exploring identity, memory, and sexuality. His series Chinese Sentiment, documented modern China from an intimate perspective, while the series I Miss You Already exposed the artist’s own process of self-discovery. In either case, Wei’s images provided a seductive blend of instinct, fantasy, anxiety, and emptiness. A slideshow of images from both series was shown, and time was granted for a brief Q&A at the end of the presentation.

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