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Mata Nusantara: On the Retreat of Southbound Taiwan
群島之眼:《南進臺灣》的轉向
June 28th, 2019Type: Opinion
Author: Rikey Tenn Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: 《藝術認證》No.85
Note: With the 3 guiding principles of “imperial subjectification (kōminka), industrialization, and the Southern Expansion Doctorine” as tenants for his rule over Taiwan in 1936, Governor-General Seizō Kobayashi declared Taiwan to be a base for the execution of the Southern Expansion Doctrine. “Southern expansion” became a main axis of official policy for the Japanese Empire in their governance of Taiwan as the propaganda film Southbound Taiwan was presented. Nusantara Archive project attempts to set Malay Archipelago as a framework and method for decolonizing art history. Through a comparative reading of shared histories within the region, the archive can be concatenated in the collective imagination of “the rest” and in the nationalist vision. Local/ regional art practitioners are invited to collaborate in writing/ proposing to inquiry the pre-nationalist approaches that transcend the visions of the nation-state.
The propaganda film "Southbound Taiwan" (1939-1940)
The propaganda film "Southbound Taiwan" (1939-1940)
The propaganda film "Southbound Taiwan" (1939-1940)
Hoo Fan Chon, "I Feed the Masses while the Masses Provide for Me", PETAUMU Project (2018); photo: Chen Chia-Jen
Jeffrey Lim, " KANTA Portraits Taiwan", PETAMU Project (2018); photo: Chen Chia-Jen
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See Also
Sea-change: Reflections on Co-curating SUNSHOWER ,Ong Jo-Lene