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Love the Future = Support Ai Weiwei

As a follow up to our post yesterday on the disappearance of Ai Weiwei:

The Chinese government’s crackdown on the human rights activism of Ai Weiwei, inspired the netizens of China to devise another way to communicate regarding the recent disappearance of the artist.  The Chinese symbol for “love the future” is very close to the symbol for “Ai Weiwei” and is now being used in every possible way by the artist/activist’s supporters.

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9 Responses to “Love the Future = Support Ai Weiwei”

  1. […] morning a comment was submitted on our post Love the Future = Support Ai Weiwei. One of our readers, Andrew Lowe sent this poster he designed: Love The Future Free Ai […]

  2. Dominique says:

    andrew, that is great…i’ll post it to mixingreality.com today!

  3. Andrew Lowe says:

    I created a poster in support as well: http://bit.ly/mAo0ao

  4. Dominique says:

    Anish Kapoor is one of my favorite contemporary sculptors, and no surprise that he would speak out for his fellow conceptualist…Love the future = Support Ai WeiWei.

  5. […] The Morning Feed: Anish Kapoor Wants World’s Museums To Close For One Day To Support Ai Weiwei May 10, 2011By Steve RamosIndian artist Anish Kapoor prepared the unveiling of his towering new sculpture Leviathan for the Monumenta 2011 exhibit at the Grand Palais in Paris and used the opportunity to speak on behalf of imprisoned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. […]

  6. Dominique says:

    hey uncle b,
    this isn’t the first rant i’ve heard against Ai WeiWei…but the Chinese government holds him, whereabouts and charges unknown. not cool.

  7. Uncle B says:

    Chinese fella should join a corporation, should do well for himself, may even reach the magical American Dream, a salary of $250k+, the statistically impossible Bull Shiite corporatist propagandist set-up of the American nation, to enslave them, reduce them to indebted, pacified, precariat. JFK said, “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country” This is in fact the ultimate communist indoctrination. This fellow breaks with Chinese communist tradition that eradicates individualism, makes each an integral part of the whole,he disagrees even with JFK, and wishes an individualist’s larger share of the pie! He sounds so American, goddammit!

  8. […] for “Ai Weiwei” and is now being used in every possible way by the artist/activist’s support. Mixing Reality    View Comments blog comments powered by Disqus […]

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