2001 01/01 - 2001 12/31

The Sculpture Realm of Tomorrow

Another feature topic in the exhibit is the first Taiwan Contemporary Sculpture Exhibition. It discusses the problem about the art performance and the education in Taiwan’s contemporary sculpture. Various forms of art works are demonstrated in the exhibit; they are of metals, soft sculptures, mechanical powers, ready-made, paintings, devices, motion pictures, performance art, etcetera. Based on separate crossheads, the nomenclature of the exhibit, The Sculpture Realm of Tomorrow, discusses the concept of the term, SCULPTURE, in art history. It debates the gap between the middle and the young age, and meanwhile reasons the notions and the definitions of sculpture.

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