Ai Weiwei’s new installation ‘Baby Formula’ ist part of an art exhibition supposed to provoke debate in Hong Kong
by Vivienne Chow
published on May 17th, 2013
South China Morning Post
BBC News prodcasts Ai Weiwei’s video footage of a brawl between Han Chinese and Tibetan street vendors which he filmed while being out with his mother.
reported by Harry Low
Monday, 13th 2013
on BBC News
During re:publica, an anual conference in Berlin, Germany bringing the online sphere into the physical world, Ai Weiwei was invited this year to give a video interview.
This event was filmed and then posted on youtube on May 8th, 2013.
Question asked and answered by Jonathan Jones
published on the JonathanJonesonArtblog of The Gurdian
April, 24th 2013
aired on March 13th, 2013 on PBS
Ai becomes jurymember of The International Film Festival and Forum on Human rights in Geneva:
Ai as a political artist-
Cbs News reports on Ai Weiwei’s current exhibition in Smithonian Museum
by Rita Braver
aired on January 27th, 2013
‘Unlovable’ Ais- Ai Weiwei cocreates big sized rubber sculptures
The series premiered at Art Stage Singapur from January 24th - 27th
posted at Hi Fructose on January 30th, 2013
by Nastia Voynovskaya
A year of lost battles, repayments and creative haircuts has come to an end. As the story of Ai Weiwei’s life and work continues to unfold and take unforeseen turns, our dedicated team of translators and contributors has been there every step of the way to provide the English speaking world with translations and insights.
Here at the Bird’s Nest, holiday season is renewal season. As some of you have probably already noticed, co-founder An Xiao has designed a new template for our site. Even more so than our previous design it aims at providing readers with a clarity and readability. We are very pleased to welcome the New Year with a brand new look and hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
In the spirit of Ai Weiwei, the Bird’s Nest has always been about creative sharing. We want artists, journalists and the general public alike to use, share and recreate our work as much as possible. At the same time we would like our contributors to be credited when credit is due. We have therefore adapted a Creative Commons licensing policy to make it easier and clearer to share and reuse our work. More info about how the licensing policy works can be found here.
What better way to end this year’s last editorial post than by welcoming a new translator to the team! David Castrillion is based in Bogotá, Colombia and is the most recent member of a team, which now includes contributors from all but one continent. David is an insightful and skilled translator whom we are very excited to have on board. Follow him on Twitter and stay tuned for great translations.
Last but not least, I would like to take the opportunity to wish all our readers and contributors a Happy New Year. Stay tuned for an exciting new year of art, tweets and translations.
As a Foreign Policy Global Thinker Ai Weiwei has made a video for those attending the Global thinker gala at Hirschhorn museum in Washington which is currently hosting also the first ever North American retrospective of his work.
posted on Foreign Policy blog
on November 30th, 2012
by Issac Stone Fish
asked by Rosanna Greenstreet
in the Life& Style section of The Guardian
published on Nov. 23th , 2012
Instead of ten Ai Weiwei has six wishes for Xi Jinping
by Clifford Coonan, Beijing
published on Monday 19th of November 2012
in The Irish Times
published at The Telegraph
on October 31th, 2012
explained by Ai Weiwei in the CNN International edition
published on Nov. 6th, 2012