“Ethics of Technology” Map
BMAB is very honored to have QIU Zhijie, the founder of “Mapping the World” project, with us in this exhibition and brainstorm his ideas for “ethics of technology” on a large hand-drawn map.
Qiu Zhijie was born in Zhangzhou, Fujian Province, China, in 1969. He graduated from the Printmaking department at China Academy of Art in 1992 and started to become active in the contemporary art scene. He is a professor at the School of Inter-media Art at China Academy of Art, he works and lives in Beijing and Hangzhou.
Selected by B3 Moving Image Biennial, some outstanding movies and short films were exhibited.
Filmmaker, artist, university professor. Born 1956 in Berlin, studied fine art experimental film at the University of Fine Arts Hamburg. She specialized early on the media of film/video/computer, though was interested less in their technological possibilities – although she mastered these with virtuosity – than in their artistic potential to develop formulations for interrogating society politically and ethically. Performance and installation play a major role in her work, both as actual performances and as interactive experimental arrangements.Screenings, exhibitions, publications and talks at home and abroad.
B3 feature films
Film Academy Babelsberg
QR Code Pillar
photo credit : Kin Lo
Thanks to our curatorial team, the massive amount of information shared on the BMAB walls was only a scan away!