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. In using art as a common response to reality, and visual image as the communal presentation, both shows the representation of art is an extension from our daily perspectives and directions. It re-situate in a relationship of art-as-reality. In retelling of current living conditions, it expresses a view of contemporary world. Our society might exist in a methodology of constant re-interpretation layering. Medium of our mental extension angles on times of change and flow, and the shifting forms and mediums in art-making. Some recent artworks also often show trends for document and documentation, such as in Yi Jen-Jen photography, document files, or objects. It points to a journey, a documentation, an environment or an event, etc.. In these series of practices, constructions or relations, they re-form a way of reflecting reality. The responses in Post Document presented here describe the process of a series of signs in genetics happenings.


  • 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...

  • 1999 06/16 - 1999 07/30

    Art Base - New Form I

    This is the first curated show as part of the OCAC series, in 1999. The new generation artists’ works presented in this show is not only to understand the plastic art subject in the field of arts, but also to connect the internet practices in their everyday living conditions. This condition is immersed in their everyday lives and ways to think, and at the same time formed in their art practices.

  • 2001 06/02 - 2001 06/30

    Ground Floor

    Ground Floor has been the first exhibition since the OCAC gallery was officially founded. As the third presentation in a series of New Force in Art Base, which was renamed as Open-Contemporary Series during the third  display, it’s organizers invited 36 artists to execute the designs for the physical exhibit space...