策展人 | 傅拥军 Fu Yongjun
助理/执行 | 陈浩、青木、朱羽弘 Chen Hao, Qing Mu, Zhu Yuhong
艺术家 | 谭秋民 Tan Qiumin
The Liucitangbei Alley is one of the few well-preserved old neighbourhoods in the old city of Lishui, located at the southern end of the city between Mass Street and Zhongshan Street. During the Ming Dynasty, a Liu Bowen ancestral hall was built here to commemorate the founding father of the dynasty, Liu Ji, hence the name. As things have changed, the ancestral halls and pagodas of Liucitangbei Alley have long since faded into history, but what has remained intact is the flavour of the four lanes of the neighbourhood, which until the 1990s was still the central area of Lishui. As urbanisation progressed, the new city of Lishui expanded rapidly, with high-rise buildings rising from all directions at a miraculous speed, and the old living quarters rapidly declined in a tangle of demolition and non-demolition, leaving Liu Zhitangbei as a lonely watchman.