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The Development Of New Media Art In Taiwan | Genevieve Trail

This interactive timeline chronicles the key events in the development of new media art in Taiwan from 1983 to the present. 


1. Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Rewind: Video Art in Taiwan 1983 - 1999, 2 October - 6 December 2015

2. ‘How History Was Wounded: An Exclusive Report on Taiwanese Media’, Paper Tiger TV, May 18 2017, https://vimeo.com/218032580

3. ‘BRANDON, 1998-1999’, Guggenheim, https://brandon.guggenheim.org/shuleaWORKS/brandon.html

Figure List

1. Kuo I-Fen, The Last Party, 1983/2015, two single-channel videos (black and white, mute), monitors, chairs, tables and cups, dimensions variable. Rewind: Video Art in Taiwan, 1983 - 1999, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, 2 October - 6 December 2015.

2. Hung Su-Chen 洪素珍, East/West, 1984/1997, single-channel video (colour, sound), 3 min. 31 sec.

3. Kuo I-Fen, ‘The World of Video Art: The Expansion of Visual Environments’ 《錄影藝術的世界 - 視覺環境的擴大》, Lion Art 雄獅美術, no. 164 (1984): 30-33.

4. Exposition D’art Video Français 《法國 VIDEO 藝術聯展》, poster, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 1984. Photo: Genevieve Trail.

5. Wang Jun-Jieh 王俊傑, Image, Repeat, Image, 1986, mixed media, dimensions variable. Photo: Genevieve Trail.

6. Green Team 綠色小組, Green TV's Inaugural Film, 1989, single-channel video (colour, sound), 11 min. 57 sec. Courtesy of Green Team.

7. Experimental Art – Action Space 《實驗藝術 -- 行為與空間展》, poster, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 1987. Photo: Genevieve Trail.

8. Kuo I-Fen 盧明德 and Lu Ming-Te 盧明德, Silent Body, performance, Taipei Fine Arts Museum/Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, 1987/2015. Rewind: Video Art in Taiwan, 1983-1999, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, 2 October-6 December 2015.

9. ‘Special Issue on Video Art’, Taipei Fine Arts Museum Quarterly, v. 14, 1987.

10. Hung Su-Chen, Sweet Red-2, 1986/1987, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York.

11. Wang Jun-Jieh and Shu Lea Cheang, How Was History Wounded, 1989, single channel video, 24 min.

12. IMAGO, fin de siècle in dutch contemporary art《荷蘭當代錄影藝術展》, exhibition catalogue – cover, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 1993.

13. Lee Kuang-Wei, Symbiosis, 1993/2015, CRT monitor, speaker driver, cabinet and rack, dimensions variable. Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Rewind: Video Art in Taiwan 1983 - 1999, 2 October - 6 December 2015.

14. Wang Jun-Jieh 王俊傑, Neon Urlaub, 1997, mixed media installation, dimensions variable. Cities on the Move Exhibition Archive. Courtesy of Wang Jun-Jieh and Asia Art Archive.

15. Shu Lea-Cheang, Brandon, 1998-99, internet artwork, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Collection.

16. Singing Chen 陳芯宜, The Man Who Couldn't Leave, 2022, 360° video, 35 min.

17. Oasis: Going Meta, Asia Art Centre, Taipei, 2022, installation view.

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