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36 Days on an Iron Wire Bed - 22 Aug 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie started her art project titled “36 Days” on August 9, in which she would live in an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food, and her mobile phone. The entire process is opened to visitors at Beijing Now Art Gallery, and Zhou may also interact with the visitors.
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August 11, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, after...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed as a friend of hers looks on in Beijing...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, after lunch as a friend of hers looks on at Beijing Now Art Gallery, in Beijing August 11, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone, for 36 days. The entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them, according to Zhou. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie (R) looks at her friend who is taking a "selfie" on an unfinished iron wire bed,...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou looks at her friend who is taking a "selfie" on an unfinished iron wire bed at Beijing...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie (R) looks at her friend who is taking a "selfie" on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of Zhou's sculptures, while visiting her at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 11, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone, for 36 days. The entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them, according to Zhou. Picture taken August 11, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie (L) and her boyfriend Lian Xi hug each other to sleep on an unfinished iron wire...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou and her boyfriend hug each other to sleep on an unfinished iron wire bed at Beijing...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie (L) and her boyfriend Lian Xi hug each other to sleep on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, after midnight at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 20, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie (L) and her boyfriend Lian Xi hug while sleeping on an unfinished iron wire bed,...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou and her boyfriend hug while sleeping on an unfinished iron wire bed at Beijing Art...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie (L) and her boyfriend Lian Xi hug while sleeping on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculptures, after midnight at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 20, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 11, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, after...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed in Beijing
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, after lunch at Beijing Now Art Gallery, in Beijing August 11, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone, for 36 days. The entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them, according to Zhou. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 11, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, after...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed in Beijing
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, after lunch at Beijing Now Art Gallery, in Beijing August 11, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone, for 36 days. The entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them, according to Zhou. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 11, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, after...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed in Beijing
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, after lunch at Beijing Now Art Gallery, in Beijing August 11, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone, for 36 days. The entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them, according to Zhou. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie hugs her boyfriend Lian Xi next to an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculptures,...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou hugs her boyfriend next to an unfinished iron wire bed at Beijing Art Now Gallery,...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie hugs her boyfriend Lian Xi next to an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculptures, before a bath at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 19, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 19, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie changes to her pyjamas next to an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculptures,...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou changes to her pyjamas next to an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculptures,...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie changes to her pyjamas next to an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculptures, after midnight at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 20, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie tries to wrap herself with a bath towel after a day's work at Beijing Art Now...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou tries to wrap herself with a bath towel after a day's work at Beijing Art Now Gallery,...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie tries to wrap herself with a bath towel after a day's work at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 20, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie lies under an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculptures, as she tries to...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou lies under an unfinished iron wire bed as she tries to look at her work from another...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie lies under an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculptures, as she tries to look at her work from another angle at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 19, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 19, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie's boyfriend Lian Xi checks her eyes for remnants of cut iron wire after her day's...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou's boyfriend checks her eyes for remnants of cut iron wire after her day's work at...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie's boyfriend Lian Xi checks her eyes for remnants of cut iron wire after her day's work at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 19, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 19, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie holds up her mobile phone to get stronger wireless network signal as she tries...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou holds up her mobile phone to get stronger wireless network signal as she tries to...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie holds up her mobile phone to get stronger wireless network signal as she tries to upload a picture on the device at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 19, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 19, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie ponders on which food items to select for her lunch which were prepared at Beijing...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou Jie ponders on which food items to select for her lunch at Beijing Art Now Gallery,...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie ponders on which food items to select for her lunch which were prepared at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 11, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 11, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie hugs her pet dog Dan Dan, which visited her, at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou hugs her pet dog Dan Dan at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing
Chinese artist Zhou Jie hugs her pet dog Dan Dan, which visited her, at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 11, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 11, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 11, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie climbs onto an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, to take...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou Jie climbs onto an unfinished iron wire bed in Beijing
Chinese artist Zhou Jie climbs onto an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, to take a nap after lunch at Beijing Now Art Gallery, in Beijing August 11, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone, for 36 days. The entire process is opened to visitors and she may also interact with them, according to Zhou. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 11, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, after...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed in Beijing
Chinese artist Zhou Jie takes a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculpture works, after lunch at Beijing Now Art Gallery, in Beijing August 11, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone, for 36 days. The entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them, according to Zhou. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Chinese artist Zhou Jie works on an iron wire sculpture that depicts a pet dog at Beijing Art Now Gallery,...
Beijing, China
Chinese artist Zhou Jie works on an iron wire sculpture that depicts a pet dog at Beijing Art Now Gallery,...
Chinese artist Zhou Jie works on an iron wire sculpture that depicts a pet dog at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 19, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 19, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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August 21, 2014
Marks are seen on Chinese artist Zhou Jie's arm after taking a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one...
Beijing, China
Marks are seen on Chinese artist Zhou Jie's arm after taking a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed at...
Marks are seen on Chinese artist Zhou Jie's arm after taking a nap on an unfinished iron wire bed, one of her sculptures, at Beijing Art Now Gallery, in Beijing August 11, 2014. Zhou started her art project titled "36 Days" on August 9, in which she would live inside an exhibition hall with an unfinished iron wire bed, some iron wire sculptures in the shape of stuffed animal dolls, a certain amount of food and her mobile phone for 36 days. According to Zhou, the entire process is open to visitors and she may also interact with them. Picture taken August 11, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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