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LONG LIVE K-PUNK: Mark FISHER in conversation with NERO, summer 2014
This interview, originally appeared on NERO in 2015 and published in 2018, is with the cultural theorist Mark FISHER (aka k-punk) to talk about the idea of the future itself in present-day society.
DATE2021.11.10
K-PunkfuturismvaporwaveHauntology
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A Modern Prometheus
The article is about the history of Processing by Casey REAS and Ben FRY, who were the founders of Processing Foundation.
DATE2021.10.11
codeProcessingMIT Media Lab
Encounter
A Hometown Seen as an Adopted Country, a Homecoming Akin to Taking up Residence. Does Your Mother Know You’re Messing about?
Whether it’s an art residence or art residency, there will always be gazes exchanged and experiences shared, leading on to self-discovery and self-acceptance. At this point, what are the possibilities of imagination towards art residences?
DATE2021.08.05
art practiceart festivalWalking Grass Agriculture
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We Engage in Poetry-based Dialogues with Migrant Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic
The poetry workshop was as much a new experiment as an opportunity to co-create and dialogue with migrant workers. As long as the pandemic continues and inequality persists, we will keep supporting and paying attention to migrant workers, and meanwhile teach them using different media to question the Taiwanese society and make their voices heard.
DATE2021.07.16
Trans/Voices Projectmigrant workerTaiwan Literature Award for Migrants poetry
sketch
YANG Ye: An Unofficial Cultural Historian like Me
Always enthusiastic to take to the mountains in search of the next artifact, YANG Ye has devoted 30 odd years to his line of cultural history studies, making it his life’s work.
DATE2021.06.09
Beitou-yaki cultural history studies cultural artifact
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What can we summon from the “Re” standpoint? On the polyphonic scene and reenactment strategy of “Re: Play”
Re: Play proposes a Benjaminist issue for us to consider: If “live scene” is the battlefield to write history, then every past that cannot reconcile with itself is in danger of disappearing forever.
DATE2021.06.04
Re: PlayLive Artcuratorial practices