PhD Researcher at the research project " From Made in China to Created in China: A Comparative Study of Creative Practice and Production in Contemporary China." I study contemporary practices of Chinese calligraphy in the context of creativity.
Vermeeren, L., & de Kloet, J. (2020). ’We are not like the calligraphers of ancient times’: A study of young calligraphy practitioners in contemporary China. In V. Frangville, & G. Gaffric (Eds.), China’s Youth Cultures and Collective Spaces: Creativity, Sociality, Identity and Resistance (pp. 219-234). (Routledge contemporary Asian societies). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429056093-13[details]
Vermeeren, L. (2019). Evaporating Ennui: Water Calligraphy in Beijing. In You must create: boredom, shanzhai, and digitization in the time of 'Creative China’ Amsterdam University Press.
Vermeeren, L. (2017). Chinese Calligraphy in the Digital Realm: Aesthetic Perfection and Remediation of the Authentic. Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies, 163-191.
Vermeeren, L. (2020). Inquisitive ink: A study of contemporary practices of calligraphy in China. [details]