Lee Mingwei and His Relations

Lee Mingwei and His Relations

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The Art of Participation── Seeing, Conversing, Gift-giving, Writing, Dining and Getting Connected to the World

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In May this year, the Taipei Fine Arts Museum and the Mori Art Museum in Japan will jointly organize and present the exhibition “Lee Mingwei and His Relations: The Art of Participation.” touring in Asia and curated by the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo in 2014. Born in Taichung, Taiwan in 1964 and now based in New York, Lee Mingwei is a world-renowned artist. He creates different participatory art projects to highlight the “public” and “social” aspects of art. Turning viewers silently looking at works into participants intervening in the artist’s projects, Lee Mingwei’s participatory art creates subtle emotional connections among people, and attempts to build a kind of micro social relations.
Source: Taipei Fine Arts Museum

007 Foreword∣Director of the Taipei Fine Art Museum
009 Foreword∣Director of the Mori Art Museum

025 Value of Invisible Threads: Lee Mingwei and His Relations∣Mami Kataoka
053 An Art of Social Studies∣Harvey Molotch and Glenn Wharton
075 The Gray Area of Viewer Participation–On “Lee Mingwei and His Relations” ∣Kuangyi Chen
091 Works I. Thinking Relations, Connections and In-between Spaces
093 The Mending Project
101 Nu Wa Project
104 Between Going and Staying
107 Stone Journey
112 Through Master’s Eyes
125 II. Walking, Dining and Sleeping – Rethinking Everyday Actions
127 The Moving Garden
132 The Dining Project
141 The Sleeping Project
146 100 Days with Lily
156 Sonic Blossom
158 Our Labyrinth
169 III. Thinking Connections of History, Culture, Society through Personal Memories
170 Fabric of Memory
179 The Letter Writing Project
185 Guernica in Sand
193 The Living Room
198 Family Album and Personal Memories
205 Works for Relationality
208 Hakuin
210 D. T. Suzuki
212 Yves Klein
220 John Cage
229 Allan Kaprow
241 Rirkrit Tiravanija
243 Wu Mali
246 Michael Lin
250 Jun Yang
253 Wu Chien-Ying

258 List of Works
268 Biography
272 Selected Bibliography
277 Acknowledgements

ISBN: 9789860460124
Publish: 2015-09
Author: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Artist: Lee Ming-wei
Publisher: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Language: Chinese.English
Cover: Hardcover
Page: 277
Size: 19.5 x 24.5 x 3.88 cm

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