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Forged in Purgatory

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David Ben Kay

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David is a 20-year resident of Beijing, having begun his study of China over 35 years ago in the U.S. After his tenure as Microsoft's Anti-piracy Czar, he decided to create a space where art and technology can come together.
Yuanfen~Flow Business Incubator, Chairman

A lawyer who specialized in intellectual property, David was able to expand his interests in the creative world when he entered Microsoft to lead the company’s endeavors to spread the value of creativity and innovation to both the government and the general public. At the same time, David deepened his exploration of his own creative side, moving into a space at 798 where he designed and created a unique loft which has now metamorphosed into the Yuanfen New Media Art Space. David says, “To be able to provide the platform for art and technology to come together in this space is a dream come true for me. My passion for both art and technology has found a home. I know firsthand that art and technology can both, individually, change our lives – and when you bring them together, new worlds are created.”


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