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A One and A Two: Edward Yang Retrospective

A One and A Two: Edward Yang Retrospective

Edward Yang's Exclusive Article Included
Language: Chinese.English

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Co-organized by the TFAM and the Taiwan Film and Audiovisual Institute (TFAI), A One and A Two: Edward Yang Retrospective is co-curated by the TFAM Director Wang Jun-Jieh and Professor Sing Song-Yong at the Taipei National University of the Arts. The exhibition will feature Yang’s manuscripts, documents and archives organized and well-researched during the past three years. Comprising seven sections thematically translated from the central topics in Yang’s creative work, the exhibition embodies the director’s unique aesthetics and spirit. The exhibition also incorporates precious relics and archives from the deceased director, which will be shown to the public for the first time. As one of the pioneers spearheading the Taiwan New Cinema movement, Yang’s oeuvre demonstrates insights and critical visions ahead of his time in terms of urban representation, gender power, political reflection, historical violence, and social change, forming an irreplaceable legacy to the Taiwanese cinema. To showcase Yang’s cinematic world in the museum is to give synchronic audiovisual forms to his reputed works, and enables the audience to be immersed in this cinematic world, opening themselves up to audiovisual perceptions. 

5 Introduction Text by Jun-Jieh Wang, Song-Yong Sing
6 Edward Yang’s English Diary While Staying in the United States* 1979–1980
12 The Green Ray—The Dazzling and Pure Magic of Éric Rohmer ca. 1987
16 Lifting the Overindulgence of Nanny Policy for Cultural and Educational Development 1988
19 Competitiveness of Taiwanese Cinema in the International Market* 1989
23 Color Elixir and Identical Potion 1989
28 Development Philosophy of “Edward Yang’s Films” 1990
30 Film & Architecture, and Others* ca. 1991–1993
35 Thoughts on Likely Consequence 1992
37 Discussing “Creativity” Through Osamu Tezuka’s Manga— Fundamental Expression of Respecting Life 1993
43 Written Before the Shooting of A Confucian Confusion 1993
46 Films, Directors and Actors* 1994
50 The New Way of Writing 1994
54 Regarding the Comic Representation of “Taiwanese Spirit”* 1996
56 The Taiwan Film Industry Has a Joke “I Don’t Dare Tell You” 1997

Editor’s note:
All transcriptions and reproductions follow the original content, with corrections made only for missing, incorrect, simplified and variant characters.
*The original text had no title, thus this title is given by the curatorial team.

Sources:Taipei Fine Arts Museum
ISBN: 9786267381014
Publish: 2023-10
Publisher: Taipei Fine Arts Museum|Taiwan Film and Audiovisual Institute
Language: Chinese.English
Cover: Hardcover
Pages: 364
Size:28.5 x 23.7 x 3.2 cm

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