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Xu Bing


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About Xu Bing

Xu Bing is a male from Chongqing, China. Xu is most well known for directing, and has 4 known credits, of which 4 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Xu Bing’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Xu Bing’s movies you should definitely watch The Characters of Chinese Written Words (2012) Xu has worked on!

  1. The Characters of Chinese Written Words (2012)
  2. Dragonfly Eyes (2017)
  3. A Missing Policeman (2016)
  4. Xu Bing: Phoenix (2013)

1. The Characters of Chinese Written Words (2012 Movie)

The best rated movie Xu Bing has been a part of is the animation movie The Characters of Chinese Written Words, where they had the role of directing.

2. Dragonfly Eyes (2017)

Dragonfly Eyes has a rating on 6.4 on IMDb . Xu Bing worked on this mystery, documentary movie as directing.

3. A Missing Policeman (2016)

In A Missing Policeman Xu Bing was worked as directing.

4. Xu Bing: Phoenix (2013)

In Xu Bing: Phoenix Xu Bing had the role of directing.

Frequently asked questions

What is Xu Bing’s gender?

Xu Bing is male.

Where was Xu Bing born?

Xu Bing was born in Chongqing, China.

What is Xu most known for?

Xu Bing is most known for directing. Xu has worked on 4 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Xu Bing’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Characters of Chinese Written Words, which has a score of 0.0.

Xu’s Filmography

Executive producer. A young woman's life takes a series of unexpected turns after she leaves the Buddhist temple where she has lived most of her adult life.

Executive producer. Beijing, Summer 1983. A group of young artists gathers in the hutongs for a dance party at the home of one of their friends when a policeman happens upon the scene. In the rigid times just after the Cultural Revolution, harsh punishments were dealt to those participating in activities deemed illegal. Several others had already been sentenced to execution by firing squad or been dealt life without parole for hosting similar parties. The policeman insists on arresting the young artists, and in a fit of panic, they beat him unconscious, deciding later to dig an underground prison where they keep him from then on. For thirty-three years, the artists guard the policeman in shifts. Over these thirty-three years, China goes through a massive transformation unbeknownst to the policeman until the summer of 2016 when he escapes…

As Himself. Drawing inspiration from the contemporary realities of his fast-changing country, Chinese artist Xu Bing spent two years creating his newest work, Phoenix. The installation features two monumental birds fabricated entirely from materials harvested from construction sites in urban China, including demolition debris, steel beams, tools, and remnants of the daily lives of migrant laborers. At once fierce and strangely beautiful, the mythic Phoenixes bear witness to the complex interconnection between labor, history, commercial development, and the rapid accumulation of wealth in today's China. The film Xu Bing: Phoenix documents the process of creating the work through to its installation at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASSMoCA).

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