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ART.ZIP Issue 16

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In a sense, the history of humanity is a history of technology. Presumably, early humans had begun to take the path unparalleled by other species the moment they learned to set a bonfire. With the unceasing upgrading of technologies, human life has been transforming all the time. In the wake of internal  
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ART.ZIP Issue 15

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Since 2012, we have been presenting annual theatre-centred editions every year. Theatre in Britain is a highly industrialised artistic conglomeration, and has far-reaching impacts on British society and art. It carries on the humanistic traditions and values of the country, and extends and shapes reflection and  
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ART.ZIP Issue 14

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China and Britain, east in Asia and west in Europe, breed different cultures, beliefs and logics. Geographically, these two distantly parted countries barely seem to connect, let alone closely with each other. However, in their enduring history, in which both countries have been making contributions to humanity, China  
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ART.ZIP Issue 13

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“Curator” is a strange concept for most Chinese. In China, the word is often understood as its Chinese “equivalent” (Cezhanren) suggests—the one (ren) who plans (ce) the exhibition (zhan). However, the original meaning of “curator” as a borrowing word is never correctly conveyed in this  
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ART.ZIP Issue 12

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Theatre in the UK integrates a variety of art forms, deserving great attention and meticulous studies through its prosperity. Alongside the rapid development of technology like multimedia and internet, theatre industry and culture in the UK are constantly evolving. As a publication that is attentive to the  
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ART.ZIP Issue 11

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An ‘artist's studio', literally, refers to the place where an artist works. For most people, an artist’s studio is a place of mystery, the birthplace of numerous great works of art and romance. But what kind of a space is it? What is the interrelationship between the artist, their creation and the studio space?