BEIERTIAO Leaks - HomeShop





December 20, 2010 - December 23, 2011


No.8 Jiaodaokou Beiertiao


BEIERTIAO Leaks - HomeShop



Beiertiao Leaks is HomeShop’s slow local newspaper, produced periodically with our in-house silk-screen facilities and with the help of many contributors. It is a medium for investigating the local: this could include the neighborhood, friends from across town, and more extended networks, and it must account for both the everyday rhythms and the mediated temporal warping that affect these today.




23 December 2010—The first edition of Beiertiao Leaks coincided with the re-opening of HomeShop at Jiaodaokou Beiertiao hutong. The day was a continuous process of reporting, editing and laying out, and by night time, was to be printed and distributed on site (whether this schedule was strictly achieved is up to your imagination).




23 May 2011—The second edition of Beiertiao Leaks was published as part of the Continental Drift project’s journey from Beijing to Wuhan and Lijiang. This edition of the newspaper acted like a catalyst for looking together at the immediate territory and our roles within it, whereby cross-examinations of neighbours, parallel practitioners and friends made for the day’s late breaking


2011年12月23日—《北二条小报》第三期在家作坊入驻交道口北二条一周年之际出版,我们的新闻工作者借此机会批判地审视了自身游离在当地境遇中并为该游离提供媒介的独特身份。涉及范畴涵括社区优化对附近 居民生活的影响,艺术界的小道消息,与当代地理政治与日常生活交汇的分析等课题。


23 December 2012—The third edition of Beiertiao Leaks was published on the occasion of the one-year anniversary of HomeShop’s residing at Jiaodaokou Beiertiao, with news staff taking this opportunity to make a critical reflection on our role as embedded media purveyors both in and outside of the local scene, whether that encompassed the gentrification changing a small community in Beijing, art world gossip, or an attempt to understand and filter contemporary geopolitics as a concurrent reality.

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