Ink on paper
"In 8th April 1996(1996) Qiu Zhijie [...] arrange(s) ten writers to copy the Beijing Daily of 8th April 1996. He then takes each calligraphic style to fashion its own stencil-like letter-form. Anyone using the letter-form can imitate exactly, in long-hand, one of the personal calligraphic styles. The unique personal touch disappears into a standard type-face. [...] A personal voice can still be made impersonal by becoming the standard voice of the public." (Chang, Qiu Zhi Jie: Artist as Writing Hand, available on Zhou Document) (Jerry Wu'23).