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ISSUE 32 : Art and Commitment
The Impossibility of Redistribution: Review on Rosa’s Wound
May 3rd, 2017Type: Image
Author: Enkaryon Ang
Note: Rosa’s Wound, curated by Hsiang Ning Huang, is inspired By Paul Celan's poem “Coagula," of which the background sets in the discontinuity of the carriers of collective memories. Against this background, the alchemy of this poet does not chime with Asia’s. The impossibility of Cold War’s redistribution is much the same as the creatures, technological distinctiveness in physics, and modes of life created respectively by the similar bureaucratic systems; as for the wound of Asia’s, it is never about memory, but fabricated through the blockage of linguistic (technical) system by the bureaucracy. This logic functions as the relations between passion and testimony referred by Jacques Derrida.
百武轍吾, Hirohito; courtesy of artist
Belit Sağ, Ayhan and Me; courtesy of artist
Fx Harsono, Memorandum of Inhumane Acts No 3; courtesy of artist
陳界仁, 推移者; courtesy of artist