eBook Launch – news april 2012

eBook Launch
I am your anti-matter

Available on iPad.

  • Category: Art & Architecture
  • Published:Mar 15, 2012
  • Publisher: Li-E Chen
  • Print Length: 122 Pages
  • Language: English

Brief Description

I am your anti-matter is an interactive digital publication exploring a new understanding of ‘Nothing’. Created by Li-E Chen, it includes contributions from Ying Mei Duan, Victoria Gray, Bean, Will Fung, Indigo J. L., Aoife Collins, and Nathan Widder.

The ebook has been developed from Li-E Chen’s “Cloud Clock Love,” a two-day durational artistic laboratory that took place at the Siobhan Davies Studios in London in September 2011. This research and development project was supported by the National Lottery through the Arts Council England.

‘Nothing’ has long been conceived in both Western and Eastern cultures as an absence, lack, deficiency, or emptiness. But these perspectives have long been inadequate, as they have represented ‘nothing’ in a way that can be comprehended and understood, and have failed to relate to another kind of nothing that is ambiguous, uncertain, …  Read more


Requirements:This book can only be viewed using iBooks 2 on an iPad. iOS 5 is required. The book includes audio, video and other interactive materials and is available free via iTunes.

The PDF version, which does not have the multimedia content, can be downloaded via Issuu or Scribd.


Artist Talk and Book Launch
I am your anti-matter
Li-E Chen

DATE: Friday, May 25 2012 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm
London, United Kingdom | ]performance s p a c e [ | R.S.V.P. now

One Year Durational Laboratory on ‘Nothing’

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DATE: From September 2012 to September 2013
London, United Kingdom | ]performance s p a c e [ | For more information or Subscribe

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About liechen

Li-E Chen's current research and artistic development projects are around 'nothing', 'anti-matter', 'no records match this set of find requests'.

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