Liu Ding is an artist who lives and works in Beijing. His first solo exhibition was in 1998 in Nanging, after which he established Pink Studio Space. He's a founding member of the Complete Art Experience Project, and from 2007 to 2008 was artistic director of JoyArt, Beijing. His work has been exhibited in China, Sweden, Berlin, Germany, Italy, Russia, the UK, and Switzerland. Carol Yinghua Lu is one of China's most active and dynamic art curators and critics. She was on the selection panel for the 2011 Golden Lion Award at the Venice Biennale and is one of the co-artistic directors of the 2012 Gwangju Biennale. She regularly writes for a number of journals and is the coeditor of Contemporary Art & Investment magazine. Ra Page is the founder and managing editor of Comma Press, an independent UK publishing house specializing in short fiction. He is also coordinator of Literature Northwest, a support agency for independent publishers in the region, and runs Comma Film, an ongoing film adaptation project that regularly commissions filmmakers and animators to adapt short literary texts. He is coeditor of The New Uncanny--winner of the Shirley Jackson Award in 2008--and editor of Litmus: Short Stories from Modern Science, voted one of 2011's books of the year by the Observer.