798 stands for much more than a three digit number: in Beijing these numbers symbolize the country's cutting edge art movement led by the Chinese vanguard, unchained artistic personalities with alternative life goals. Wild and unconquered attitudes waft inside 798's free and rambling atmosphere. This area feels a kinship to what can be discovered and sensed along the Left Bank in Paris or around Greenwich Village in NYC.

Artist: Wu Di
Organizer: PIFO New Art Gallery
Curator: Wang Xinyou
Address: PIFO New Art Gallery, B-11, 798 Art Area, No.2 Jiuxianqiao Rd, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
Open Time: 10:00 - 18:00, June 5 -- July 4, 2009 (Except Monday)
Tel: 86 13341168778, 86 10 59789562
Fax: 86 10 59789562
E-mail: pifonewart@hotmail.com
Web: www.pifo.cn

"AMEISE, AMEISE", what does this title mean? It was purely a name with no special meaning. Does Wu Di have any meaning? No. It is just a name. When browsing a lot of works hurriedly and seeking for the meaning of each one, Wu Di's works will pose more questions to you. After appreciating her works, you will find it.

This exhibition, as her first solo exhibition, will show more than thirty works during 2003 to 2009 including multi-media, installation and sculpture. She cares about the outside world, like unhappiness, violence, human beings and animal. All these experiences not only make her feel in anguish, but also make her feel that all the pains come from the outside world. She wants to kill off violence, to suffer for happiness. The heart in her thin body is brave but of pity. Her attitude is negative but also with a faint hope.

Wu Di, the aquarius girl does not have answer to the questions in her works, neither you and me, because we are not mature enough to have the answers.

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