We are pleased to present the exhibition "Liu Bolin: the Sociology of the Invisible Body," featuring the photography performance and sculptural work of contemporary Chinese artist Liu Bolin. This exhibition is an art historical research-oriented and student-engaged project, organized by Exhibition Design classes, Spring 2012 with the guidance of their instructor, associate professor of Art History, Dr. Meiqin Wang.
We would like to thank Dr. Robert Bucker, Dean of the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication for his continued support, as well as Dr. Kenneth Sakatani. Art Department Chair, Jim Sweeters, CSUN Art Galleries Director, and Michelle Giacopuzzi, Exhibitions Coordinator.
The Instructionally Related Activities committee at CSUN generously provided funds for the implementation of the exhibition. The Art Galleries provided the space and operational support for the display of the exhibition. The Art Department provided curriculum setting for the development of this project. Funds for this catalogue were generously provided by CSUN's Instructionally Related Activities committee, CSUN Art Galleries and Eli Klein Fine Art Gallery.
We also want to express our thanks to the artist Liu Bolin for his socially conscious and thought-provoking art.
Curator: Dr. Meiqin Wang
On behalf of all students from Art Department Exhibition Design classes Art 342 and 542, Spring 2012