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Changing Class Tastes in Snail Trail – Chang En-Man’s Snail Series
張恩滿蝸牛系列之探究:爬行痕跡中的階級品味
March 10th, 2019Type: Art Production
Author: Chang, En-Man Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: 群島資料庫Nusantara Archive
Chang En-Man, "Snail Dishes Interview Program: Highway No. 9."; photo courtesy of artist
Chang En-Man, "Snail Paradise mapping by Chang En-Man", photo courtesy of artist
Chang En-Man, “Body and Food” (現打蝸牛, performance); image courtesy of artist
Chang En-Man, "春膳"; photo courtesy of artist
Chang En-Man, "Turn East onto Road 68-1 at 423km, Highway No. 9." (Kalesekes Ljakadjaljavan); photo courtesy of artist
Chang En-Man, "Snail Dishes Interview Program: Highway No. 9." (Chen Jhih-Wei); photo courtesy of artist
Shimabuku Michihiro, "My Teacher Tortoise"; photo courtesy of Taipei Biennial 2014
Hoo Fan Chon + Tseng Zi-Yi, "My Earthy Taste", music video (2018)
Hoo Fan Chon, "I Feed the Masses while the Masses Provide for Me", PETAMU Project; photo: Chen Chia-jen
Footnote
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[5] Patrice Bonnewitz, trans. Sung Chih-chi, Premieres lecons sur La sociologie de Pierre Bourdieu(布赫迪厄社會學的第一課), Taipei: 麥田, p27.
[6] Ibid, p50.
[7] Ibid, p13.
[8] Ibid, p100.
[9] Between Aug 6, 2009, and Aug 10, 2009, Typhoon Morakot had brought about unprecedented rainfall and flooding across Taiwan. The incidents surrounding Typhoon Morakot are known as the Eight-Eight Flood (八八水災). Typhoon Morakot is most remembered for the destruction of Siaolin Village in Jiasian, Kaohsiung. According to the government, 681 people died and 18 people went missing due to the typhoon.
[10] ”邱志傑評黃永砯:藝術可以有方向嗎?“, REAR01.COM (2019/1/4).
[11] Hoo Fan Chon, ”Hoo Fan Chon: How to cook Asam Laksa with Tilapia", No Man's Land.
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[13] See: Patrice Bonnewitz, trans. Sung Chih-chi, Premieres lecons sur La sociologie de Pierre Bourdieu, pp141-142.