Photography image© Geng Jianyi

Since the beginning of the 1990s, Jeanne has been photographing China, recording China’s rapid changes over the past decades. It is not only the image itself that interests her, but also what it presents and represents, and what it can mean.

Her photographic work illustrates many books and articles, including all materials for Cultural Quantum and for ChinaConduct®. Her photo blog shows an image of China as she perceives it.

Photoblog

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Photograph Publications

Books

Jeanne Boden, ‘Can the West learn from China?’ In: Wynants Marleen, Engelen Sara Ed. We Can Change the Weather. 100 Energy Efficiency Cases to Start Doing So Crosstalks. Academic & Scientific Publishers/ASP 2010

Chen, Orum, Paulsen, Introduction to Cities. How place and space shape human experience
Wiley-Blackwell, 2012

Magazines

Yu Haiqing, Governing and Representing HIV/AIDS in China
IJAPS, Vol 8, No.1 (January 2012)

De nieuwe grens, Knack (3 November 2010)

Modern China sterk geworteld in oeroude tradities
China Nu (September 2010)

Animamix: 21st Century Aesthetics, 世界艺术
World Art, Beijing January 2010

Animamix: de nieuwe esthetiek van de 21ste eeuw
<H>art, januari 2010

Xinjiang in noord-west China, een smeltkroes van culturen aan het eind van de wereld
Knack 60 items on Xinjiang, December 2009 – March 2010

MM Maria Magdalena Book
Wayn Traub, Toneelhuis, 2009

Shanghai Biennale: TransLocalMotion
<H>art, nr 42 (2008)

Kashgar. De westhoek van China. De Chinezen kwamen met de trein
Knack 38 nr 34 (2008)

Peking 8/8/8 om 8 uur
Knack 38 nr 2 (2008)

Reclame in China: de nieuwe cultuur
PUB Vakblad voor reclame, marketing en media (2006)