In March 2013 Karen Bit Vejle visits China and professor Qiao for the first time. In a few full days she gets to visit his studio, see the collection of traditional Chinese paper-cutting at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Research Center where he works, meet a lot of interesting people and eat fantastic food. The two paper-cutters compare scissors and blisters and discuss paper qualities and exhibition lighting. The Paper Dialogues have begun.

2013年3月凯伦碧特维乐初次访问中国,和乔教授第一次会面。在密集的几天里她得以拜访他的工作室、参观非物质文化遗产研究中心的传统剪纸收藏、结识很多有趣的人、并品尝许多美食。这两位剪纸艺术家相互比较彼此的剪刀和手上的水泡、讨论的纸张质量和展览的照明采光。纸的对话于是展开。

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