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Xing Danwen Discusses Her Work Scroll A1 and Scroll B2 in Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China

Xing Danwen discusses her work Scroll A1 and Scroll B1 (1999–2001) as part of the artist interview series conducted for the special exhibition Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China.

Credits

Producers: Chris Noey and Howard Silver

Camera Operators: Jessica Glass and Scott Sinkler

Interviewer: Xin Wang

Editor: Marina Zarya

Scholarly Consultants: Maxwell K. Hearn and Xin Wang

© The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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