Daphne Chu

Su Yu Hsien

TKG+

July 2017

Two large video projections occupy opposite ends of the main space of this venue, together making up the two-channel work Prophet, (all works 2016). One projection shows layers of red curtains towed by pulleys, never revealing the stage, … READ ON

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Joyce Ho

IT PARK 伊通公園

June 2017

Joyce Ho’s current exhibition opens with Pull me up softly, 2017, a pair of red rain boots rising with the assistance of chains and a motor, and then—once having ascended, swoosh—free-falling back onto the carpeted wooden platform below before… READ ON

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Charwei Tsai

Charwei Tsai speaks about her current exhibition in Taipei

October 2016

Charwei Tsai is an artist based in Taipei and Saigon whose works, grounded in impermanence, often use writing as a medium for meditation. In addition to her artmaking, Tsai also publishes the journal Lovely Daze. Here, she speaks about the … READ ON

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Chen Po-I

Beyond Gallery 非畫廊

September 2016

In this exhibition, Chen Po-I presents a collection of photographs created in the aftermath of Typhoon Morakot in 2009 in the most severely damaged area of Taiwan, between the Bo-lai and Fu-xing villages of Laonong River. The series includes… READ ON

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Yuko Mohri

Project Fulfill Art Space 就在藝術空間

June 2016

Inspired by John Cage’s performance piece Musicircus, 1967, which invites musicians of different genres to perform together, Yuko Mohri, in her latest exhibition, simulates Cage’s multi-ring conception of the circus. The piece I/O – Circus … READ ON

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Liu Xiaodong

ESLITE GALLERY 誠品畫廊

May 2016

“Liu Xiaodong in South Africa” presents a collection of fifty works commissioned for Louis Vuitton’s “Travel Book” series, which led the artist to take a trip to the country in August 2014. The exhibition emphasizes the impossibility of … READ ON

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Wei-Li Yeh

TKG+

January 2016

Three Places for Marguerite Duras, 2003–2006, consists of seven photographs taken by Wei-Li Yeh in an abandoned house next to his residence. The series documents four consecutive years, with every sequential photo captured from the same angle,… READ ON

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Chen Chieh-Jen

TheCube Project Space

December 2015

Chen Chieh-Jen’s The Bianwen Book—riffs on a literary form popular in the Tang dynasty, which Chen envisions here as a spatialized book that the audience can walk through. The central work in this show, Realm of Reverberations, 2014, is a … READ ON

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