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ISSUE 23 : Space As Archive II
Moving Image Industry in the UK, and Its Anti-Culture Origin
November 25th, 2015Type: Art Production
Author: Chou, Yu-ling Editor: Rikey Tenn
Note: The relation between moving images and archives has been one of the most discussed topics in art world recently. Also, In Taipei Kuandu Fine Art Museums an exhibition called Rewind: Video Art in Taiwan 1984-1999 unfolds the historiography associated with the visibility of video art; it rediscovers the origin of Taiwan’s video art history by showing rare video works in the 1980s. Chou Yu-Ling introduces LUX as the example for UK's moving images industry and reveals dynamic relationships among institution, archives, history and distribution.
配合高重黎個展「高重黎:持放映機的人」,5月14日與LUX合辦沙龍「高重黎與實驗電影在台灣」的放映座談, 邀周郁齡、張世倫、George Clark座談。