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Asian Art Festival series 3 – After the Moon Jae-in’s Berlin Doctrine
November 26th, 2018TYPE: Event

“In 2017 July, President Moon Jae-in proclaimed a vision for peace of the Korean Peninsula during his visit in Berlin, the capital city of reunited Germany. Under the development of international situation, the vision for peace is now also known as ‘Berlin Doctrine’, and is becoming a historical fact to the South and North Korea. The theme ‘Divided We Stand’ of this year’s Busan Biennale not only reflected the current condition of the Peninsula, but also reframed the historical narratives for the destination of this ‘Division System’.  About the discussion on the Cold War, most artworks which focused on this subject were displayed in the main exhibition venue, MoCA Busan, with the implications of these works referred to the return of Cold War in present time. While artworks involved technical thinkings were exhibited in the Former Bank of Korea in Busan, such as IM Youngzoo’s ‘Guest Star’ (2018), which is a video installation with the history of the cosmos, responding to the alternative imagination of the Korea history during the Cold War and post Cold War. Taking the termination of the ‘international’ Cold War and the Berlin model for instance, the Biennale opened the dialogue on possible ways for the Korean Peninsula and the surrounding countries in East Asia. Also, I will examine the phenomenon of the division and its deficiency.”



Enkaryon Ang, a poet and critic, has published two poetry collections, Rorschach Inkblot (2009), and Hedgehog (2014). His poems were also collected in the anthologies, Post-80 poets of Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan (2013) and Evidences of Living (2014). He is one of the editors of the magazine for literature critics, Secret Reader.




Host 印卡 (Enkaryon)
Date December 19th, 2018 19:30-21:00