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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