Chinese artist Ai Weiwei explores his complex relationship with Beijing – “a city that doesn’t belong to its residents” – and takes us through his neighbourhood Caochangdi, a migrant and artists village on the urban fringe where he has tried to carve out a space for freedom of expression. The short film is the first in a Guardian Cities / Tate special series ‘The Artist and Their City’
theguardian.com/cities/video/2015/sep/08/ai-weiwei-beijing-prison-freedom-of-speech

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