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Rikey Tenn
Tenn, Bun-ki

He was once a freelance translator of critical essays. Founder of No Man's Land Project. Currently being a corresponding author in LEAP(藝術界) and ARTCO (典藏今藝術). An amateur astrologer interested in all mysticisms.


NANSHIN 南進 From 1939 to 1940, the propaganda film released by the Government of Formosa, “Southward Expansion to Taiwan”(註1), was made to promote the ...
Project Glocal: Transi(en)t is an experimenting project co-organized by the independent curator Dayang Yraola and No Man’s Land in early 2014. This pr...
Rikey Tenn: The Nusantara Archive tends to invite artists from different countries. You have been to Taiwan four times yet this is our first interview...
I. PETAMU Project and Nusantara Archive The word “PETAMU” is taken from the colloquial use of “your map” (peta kamu) in the Malay language...
Hoo Fan Chon: Since I was little, and growing up in predominantly Chinese neighbourhood, I was puzzled by the concepts of “motherland” and “mother ton...