The apartment is located in a typical Qing dynasty Beijing courtyard previously belonging to a wealthy official. And 3 mins walk to the famous alley Nanluoguxiang and 25 mins walk to Forbidden city. Two subway stations can be approached within 15 mins walk.
The apartment is an 18 sqm room with a private bathroom in hutong. It also has a working desk, a sofa chair and a 180cm wide bed. But there is no private kitchen in this room, WIFI is provided as well as a drinking water dispenser.
You will have a unique experience living in a Chinese traditional courtyard, and discover interesting shops, bars around the corner. We are artists and hold residency artists in the same courtyard, you can find us in the studio next door easily. We will have shows, events or forums during the weekend. You are more than welcome to join us!
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Dai Xiyun studied exhibition design at the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) and holds an MA in fine art from Dutch Art Institute (DAI). She worked as a researcher for curator Tang Keyang on the National Museum project in 2012. From 2012 to 2014, she worked on media strategy, exhibition design and curating for MAD Architects. Since 2014, she starts her art practices through writing, performance and curating. Her articles have been published on LEAP and TANC. In 2016, she curated the group exhibition Songs for A Deaf Ox in the context of the research Non-transmittable Form by curator Ruth Noack in Arnhem, Netherlands. Since 2017, Dai Xiyun works at the Institute for Provocation as a program co-director and a researcher.