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ISSUE 25 : Whose Party Is It Anyway?
Online exhibition – Relocation of “Small Things”
January 3rd, 2016Type: Residency
Author: Rikey Tenn Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: 台灣數位藝術知識與創作流通平台「線上藝廊」
Note: Quotes are hence the best excuse of not being plagiarism; yet still producing words. But why do we always quote someone else's word? What kind of role does it play in the writing? In this exhibition, I play the idea of ”things" and use it to explain the Internet "ready-made": it is everywhere online, easy to access and relocate. Therefore, "to relocate" can be interpreted as inviting readers to change the order of the quotes and create their own curation statement.
Waste Management, Tyler Coburn (Installation view of Never odd or eveN curated by Esther Lu)
桃樂絲墜落, Kao, Ya-ting
Smoke Gate, Wang, Ding-yeh
Belle of Penang: Rhizome, Lo, Shih-tung
Qualia, Wu, I-yeh
曾經有一棵樹, Sheng, Shen-po