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ISSUE #625
"Fever Genesis," a contemporary art exhibition curated by the Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab, features a collection of experimental and innovative artwork by six talented Taiwanese contemporary artists in various forms, such as installation, photography, and video art.
Collaborative artworks of Taiwanese artists, Hsu Chia-wei, Chang Ting-tong, and Cheng Hsien-yu, are displayed at the Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media as part of an exhibition that drew its inspiration from the artwork titled "Crystal Seeding," which was created using Huwei Sugar Factory in Yunlin County as a research field.
Taiwanese indigenous artist Eleng Luluan was invited to create an on-site artwork titled "Ngialibalibade - To the Lost Myth." It is currently on display at the Princes Dock in Liverpool. Eleng Luluan's work draws inspiration from her own background as a member of the Rukai indigenous tribe.
Ministry Updates
The 34th Golden Melody Awards took place at Taipei Arena on July 1. Commended as the top honor of Chinese-language pop music award, the GMA is a multi-event musical celebration featuring mainly the Golden Melody Awards and the Golden Melody Festival.
"Collected Treasures," a new collection space at the National Taiwan Museum (NTM) Nanmen Branch that houses and preserves the cultural assets of the museum, won two gold London Design Awards for its interior design under the sub-categories of "Exhibits, Pavilions & Exhibitions" and "Museum."
Master of abstract art Hsiao Chin passed away on June 30 at the age of 90. Upon hearing the news of Hsiao's death, Culture Minister Shih Che expressed his condolences and commended the tireless artist for his dedication of over 60 years to the art community.
Cultural Features
Wang Ding-yeh, who specializes in video installation and painting, currently serves as an associate professor in the Department of Fine Arts at the Chinese Culture University. His recent works contemplate collaborations with different families, reorganizing their histories, initiating new collective memories and dialogues, and reconstructing various aspects of grand history from micro-histories of different families.
Eye Catching Circus is dedicated to creating a new generation of circus performances and fostering the idea of contemporary circus art. It was founded in 2015 by Max Li, who graduated from the National Taiwan College of Performing Arts, specializing in stunts and circus performances. Li brought together a group of enthusiastic individuals to create this circus performing group.
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