On the last day of November of 2007, Liu Xiaodong found himself driving around Taipei County in search of the perfect Bin Lang Girl. He picked her up and brought her back to Eslite Gallery to paint.
The following text was derived from an interview with Phillip Glass and from a speech he gave in Taipei on 10 April 2007.
The SHARISM FORUM was held in Shanghai on October 22nd as part of the opening day of Get It Louder 2010. Our one-day symposium features thinkers, practitioners and activists whose work concerns and shapes the global movement of a new sharing culture, which has been unified under the ideology of SHARISM. The public at large is invited to join and to become a “shareholder” of this movement. The event will spark calls-to-action and demonstrate new modalities and technologies of sharing.
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SHARISM is a Mind Revolution: The more you give, the more you get. The more you share, the more you are shared. Sharism is a belief system for our Internet Age. It is a philosophy piped through the human and technological networks of Free and Open Source software. It is the motivation behind every piece of User-Generated Content. It is the pledge of Creative Commons, to share, remix and give credit to the latest and greatest of our cultural creations. Sharism is also a mental practice that anyone can try, a daily act that beckons a future of increased social intelligence. It should not go unnoticed that a superabundance of community respect and social capital are being accumulated by precisely those who share.
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