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Travel with Artists Encounter Local Wonder

Walking the Crack

Walking the Crack

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Walking creates paths, which may be shortcuts or perhaps detours. A path may start from tracking others or following in their footsteps. Sometimes people march in line. Sometimes they pace back and forth. Sometimes they walk a perilous road (for instance, we speak of risky affairs as “walking a tightrope”). These many different walking paths form lines, some running parallel to each other, others intersecting, all of them ultimately interweaving into a surface and forming a network. This is also how the exhibition connects art with daily life, artists with viewers, artworks with spaces. The viewing and reading of the exhibition are drawn together into a cycle, which implies the cycle of birth and perishing that encompasses the universe and all things.
Sources: Taipei Fine Arts Museum

Jun-Jieh Wang, Director of Taipei Fine Arts Museum
專文 Essay
行走 / 線條 / 夾縫 / 影子:
Walking / Lines / Cracks / Shadows:
Some Thoughts on Walking the Crack
Fang-Wei Chang, Curator
(依中文筆畫排序 Listed by the number of Chinese strokes)
中西夏之 Natsuyuki Nakanishi
王淑鈴 Suling Wang
白雙全 Pak Sheung Chuen
石晉華 Jin-Hua Shi
耳石小組 The Otolith Group
何德來 Te-Lai Ho
李華生 Li Huasheng
周代焌 Tai-Chun Chou
威廉.肯特里奇 William Kentridge
洪東祿 Tung-Lu Hung
珍妮.安東尼 Janine Antoni
倪灝 Ni Hao
郝經芳+王令杰 Jingfang Hao & Lingjie Wang
高松次郎 Jiro Takamatsu
崔廣宇 Kuang-Yu Tsui
莫娜.哈同 Mona Hatoum
陳其寬 Chi-Kwan Chen
陳昭宏 Hilo Chen
彭弘智 Hung-Chih Peng
黃麗絹 Li-Juan Huang
奧馬.菲斯特 Omer Fast
葉世強 Shih-Chiang Yeh
劉玗 Liu Yu
劉瀚之 Han-Chih Liu
鄧堯鴻 Yau-Horng Deng
盧奇歐.封塔納 Lucio Fontana
諾米.馬奎茲 Noemi Marquez
謝德慶 Tehching Hsieh
展覽研究Exhibition Research
A Guide to Roaming and Thinking
Li-Chun Lee

ISBN: 9786267250990
Publish: 2023-09
Publisher: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Language: Chinese.English
Cover: Paperback
Pages: 238
Size:25 x 17.6 x 1.5 cm

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