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ISSUE 30 : The Recursive Days of Learning
Thousand Islands: The 4th Arkipel International Documentary & Experimental Film Festival
December 20th, 2016Type: Opinion
Author: Rikey Tenn Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: 《藝術家》no.499
Note: Marginal Matters, the very first curatorial program presented by TCAC at the ARKIPEL Festival, selectively incorporates the works of the five artists, Singing Chen, Yu-Hsien Su, Chi-Yu Wu, Kuang-Yu Tsui, and Jun-Honn Kao. ARKIPEL Festival, which takes its name from "archipelago" which refers to "thousand islands"(Nusantara) in Indonesian, is ​built​ on the communal cultural base (Gotong Royong)​, and subsequently reaches out for discussions such as the techniques, the forms,​ and the material conditions of non-mainstream cinema.
Festival Forum, Panel 3; photo:
Esther Lu, Marginal Matters; photo:
The Pig; photo courtesy of artist(s)
Tu-di Temple; photo courtesy of artist
Otty Widasari, Park Lanes: Small Simulation in Big Room; photo: