The report «Ai Weiwei : Trace “ hosts the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles and on Sunday the public will have the opportunity to meet the great Chinese artist and activist in an online chat with Cultural Center curator Yael Lipschutz.

On 21 February , at 9 pm, with reservations, interested parties will be able to watch the discussion in which Ai Weiwei will talk about how he sees the interconnectedness of human suffering as coming from cultural and economic systems that value profit rather than human life.

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In addition, it is possible, through online experiences and on-demand watching of his recent documentaries, to deepen in his work and have a picture of the exhibition.

In the exhibition at Skirball, in addition to three of the six floor panels of the original installation, more than 100) LEGO portraits of activists, prisoners of conscience and conscience υ proponents of freedom of expression from around the world.

Ai Weiwei himself, according to the APE created a 326 impressive degree wallpaper entitled “The Animal That Looks Like a Llama But Is Really an Alpaca “(in the installation, the careful observer will detect hidden iconographic elements such as handcuffs and surveillance cameras, but also alpaca, bearing in mind that alpaca, in Chinese Internet culture, is a mascot of freedom of expression). “Weiwei: Trace” created the 3897, when Ai Weiwei was under house arrest and reflects his experiences of imprisonment and life under state supervision.

The exhibition at the Skirball Cultural Center is organized by the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Smithsonian Institution in Washington.

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