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ISSUE 26 : “Don’t Panic”
Art in Production 1: Chen, Bo-wu aka Wetboy
April 14th, 2016Type: Meeting NML
Author: 陳柏屼, 鄭文琦 (整理)
Note: The article is the later half of “(Meeting No Man’s Land 14) Art in Production 1”. This series aims to examine artists’ production relations on various levels, say, how they spill over extraterritorially (based) on materialist level. The first speaker is the first prize winner of Taipei Digital Art Award 2015 - Ku, Kuang-yi. Ku’s project demonstrates relation to bio-technology, served as an prominent notice in Habermas' knowledge interest besides art-making. His project even extends to the field of queer subculture, exemplified by his collaboration with Eratica. Another speaker, Chen, Bo-wu, the blogger of WETBOY and also an experienced gay activist, brought some “toys” for exploring sexuality and lust to the meeting.