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Asia Art Archive

Complimented by a set of field trips, Guangzhou-based Vitamin Creative Space founders select books on experimental botany, geology, gardening, and philosophy that activate alternative readings of AAA's Collection.

15 INVITATIONS for 15 Years
A special programme series featuring exhibitions, projects, written works, performances, a blog, and publication marking Asia Art Archive's 15-year anniversary. 
Hu Fang and Zhang Wei
Co-founders of Vitamin Creative Space. Launched in Guangzhou in 2014, the new project space 'Mirrored Gardens' grows as an experimental site exploring the relationship between contemporary life and ancient Chinese philosophy.
Reading group and Discussion Series
All participants are encouraged to read the books they find of interest and to make notes on their thoughts, quotes or excerpts prior to sharing these at the programme. All of the books are available on site at the 'New Arrivals' section in the AAA library.                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Session I: Asia Art Archive, 21 May 2016                                                                                       Session II: Mapopo Community Farm, 19 Jun 2016                                                                 Session III: Mirrored Gardens, 30 Jul 2016       

Participant Stephen Lam's response

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15 Invitations for 15 Years is supported by the S. H. Ho Foundation Limited, the C. K. & Kay Ho Foundation, and The Hong Kong Arts Development Council.

Sarah Howe is in Hong Kong thanks to the University of Hong Kong's Faculty of Arts and the Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2016.

The programme is part of the ADC 20th Anniversary Celebration Series. Special thanks to Hani Charaf, Kemistry Design.

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