2004 01/01 - 2004 12/31

Non - Nationalisme

Would it be possible that the school training manipulates the thinking in creating art of those who accept academic education? Non-Nationalisme discusses no issue about races in nationalism. It bases on the art education to meditate how life experiences from different backgrounds influence people’s sense of beauty, rituals and attitudes when they are creating art. Besides, it also leads us to rethink about more possible art critiques under the Western-art-dominant education system.

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  • 2004 05/11 - 2004 05/23

    Innocence Solo - Huang Chun-Chen Solo Exhibition

    In her art practice, she continue to explore art-making on site; view the site as an existing structure to the work, practice forms of senses in her physical labour. In the use of mediated (mirrored) object, sense and logic are co-constructed in the form of plastic art; thus transfer the focus to the reflective possibilities of human and site.

  • 2004 01/01 - 2008 01/01

    OCAC Lecture

    Introduction to The Contemporary Lecture Room The Contemporary Lecture Room is one of the academic activities of Open-Contemporary Art Center that focuses on essential lessons concerning the visual arts. The majority of the lectures are given by OCAC members.

  • 2006 12/10 - 2006 12/31

    Post Document

    In 2006, a new generation of artists tried to develop a new language that can be part of our every-day living, rather than restricted by unchangeable classical procedures. The clues of these can be tracked in the previous Taipei Biennials, like Great Theatre of the World, Do You Believe in Reality?, and also Dirty Yoga in 2006.