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ISSUE 30 : The Recursive Days of Learning
2016 Taipei Biennial: The Emancipative and Resonant Curating Method
January 5th, 2017Type: Opinion
Author: Wu, Yi-hua Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: 《典藏今藝術》no.289
Note: WU, Yi-hua reveals that 2016 Taipei Biennial, Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future, manifests various historicity-based creations which were plastically archived, to form a fractal genealogy structure dynamically between the local-global connections. The author articulates that the context of curating method as an interrogation for the spectator, how to behold with ours tense regards artistically and politically behind the illusion and the significance of history.
Wang, Hong-kai, 不肖之徒; photo courtesy of TFAM
Hsu, Chia-wei, 神靈的閱讀; photo courtesy of artist
Saâdane Afif, 噴泉檔案; image courtesy of TFAM