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MAZES BY BAPTISTE TAVERNIER / IN THE MOOD FOR ART

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  Statement Baptiste Tavernier is a French artist who has lived more than a decade in Japan, where he studied extensively traditional Japanese arts & crafts and martial arts. His artworks all share the common theme of mazes & labyrinths. The labyrinth has served throughout centuries as a symbol marking the centre of the world and a [...]

ZERO / IN THE MOOD FOR ART

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Zero by Wu Tsan-Cheng   Between 9 July 2016 and 6 August 2016, for the first time in almost three years, Wu Tsan-Cheng staged his solo exhibition Zero at VT Artsalon in Taipei. Wu has made himself seen as a “sound artist” through his Taiwan SoundMap Project, which keeps showing us Taiwan’s everyday soundscapes. Nonetheless, this solo exh[...]

Charwei Tsai / IN THE MOOD FOR ART

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Manifesting the Buddhist concept of Emptiness   Charwei Tsai Born in Taipei, 1980, Charwei Tsai currently lives and works in Taipei and Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in Industrial Design and Art & Architectural History (2002), and the postgraduate research program La Seine at L’École Nation[...]

專題藝術 / Records of the Hongmaogang Village Relocation

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Home: Records of the Hongmaogang Village Relocation  Hongmaogan Village (1624-2008), a historic village in the southwest of Taiwan, was wiped off the map by a government relocation scheme. This relocation project had taken the longest time (38 years from planning to completion), involving the largest scale of households (11,237), affecting the highest numbe[...]