Qiu Zhijie's installation takes on the symbolic Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge in China. Built in 1968, the structure stands for belief in progress and the art of engineering. It marks China's march towards modernization. At the same time it has sadly become notorious for the hundreds of people who committed suicide on it. Tadashi Kawamata‘s Berlin Tree Huts embody the human desire for protection and individuality and at the same time creates small nests of civil disobedience. Sunday guided tours, Gallery to go and workshops offers a creative opportunity. Artists' talks centre on the conditions of artistic production and the relationship between locality and the global context in contemporary Chinese art.