Every person is a nexus of creativity  |   每个人都可以创造艺术。

We each take on multiple roles at different stages in our lives. Stages such as boss of a company and provider for our family. Or do you remember being a student, dependent on others, and a defiant challenger of the status quo? In each stage of life, as we choose who to be we perform a sort of shape shifting, in order to define who we are.

Interconnex is an extension of our creative nexus, an ode on our becoming. We hope you enjoy your visit with us …


Glenis Paul   |   ARTIST STATEMENT

My family and I moved to China ten years ago to be ahead of the curve. We want to learn as much as we can about the Chinese people and culture as China rises in dominance on the world stage. We envision China stepping into her role as world leader within the next few decades. It is an honor to be able to work here with this vision in mind. Ten years later, we are closer than ever to living our Chinese dream…


Double Q

DOUBLE KILL ||  The Double Q Club

Fluent in both English and Chinese, you may have come to know Alemayehu through his modeling and acting or the character he plays, called Double Q, where he introduces Chinese language and culture with funny bilingual skits, often with himself.

His dream is to one day play football professionally. I hope you will check in with us periodically to watch us along this fascinating journey.

Join the Double Q Fan Club!

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Born on the island of the sun.
Raised in the eye of the eagle.
Now in the heart of the dragon.

This portfolio reflects my interest in the female body politic as an immigrant to the US from the Caribbean island of Barbados and now living in China. These explorations all aim at bridging cultures and deconstructing stereotypes.

New paintings, sculptures and live art coming soon.

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Mother Sally-Brother Buddha

Laughing Brother Sally November 1st-November 11th at the China Art Museum in Shanghai. Visual arts show “Magic and Reality”, part of the “Tour of the World” Exhibition. Pieces include oil painting, collage and watercolor, and the performance art piece “Mother Sally-Brother Buddha”.