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Pink Mao

North American Premiere

Pink Mao

Tang Han

Germany, China | 2020 | 22 min
Mandarin |
Subtitles: English
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Why do we see certain colours even when they are not there? By meticulously analyzing the 100 yuan note with Mao Zedongs portrait, the Chinese director Tang Han notes that (despite the official representations and the general perception), the note is pink rather than red. Reflecting on the history and future of Chinese society, Pink Mao also debunks some preconceived ideas about digitization, globalization, capitalism and gender.
Other festivals:
Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival, Germany (2021)
International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film, Germany (2021)
Image Forum Festival, Award for Excellence, Japan (2020)
Director Tang Han
Script Tang Han
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Tang Han

Tang Han

Tang Han (b.1989) is a Chinese visual artist based in Berlin and Guangzhou. She studied at the Berlin University of the Arts and Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. Tang works with a range of media including film, video, installation and painting. Her artistic practice revolves around questions of representation and meaning, which are rooted in her observations of everyday life and social realities. Recent exhibitions and screenings include Kunsthaus Dresden (2021), Kunstverein Nürnberg (2021), the 64th International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film (2021), 38th Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival (2021), OCAT Shenzhen (2020) , How Art Museum, Shanghai (2020) and Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture, Shenzhen (2017). Her film Pink Mao received the Award for Excellence at 34th Image Forum Festival in Tokyo in 2020.

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In the same session

Centre Canadien d’Architecture

Thursday, march 17, 2022, 08:00 p.m.

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