International forum of Mediating Asia
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International forum of Mediating Asia

Session Information

Number of Sessions Registration Period Attendance Limit
7/31(Sun.) 2022/07/11 14:00
~ 2022/07/30 15:00
150

Event Details

“Mediating Asia” features works of 14 artists/artist groups from Korea, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, China, Vietnam, and Taiwan, exploring the development of technology art in Asia from the perspective of 12 Asian countries/regions. In the unique context of their home cultures, artists open up imaginations toward technology, learning and contemplating their relationship with technology and how art and society are shaped by technology, inspiring a new perspective in a time when people have become compliant amid the ease and comfort provided by technology when getting to know the technological world that we have become accustomed to.

The forum invites curator Gunalan Nadarajan and Raqs Media Collective as keynote speakers to share their observations on Asian technology and art. At the same time, through the sharing of the six artists, they will discuss the historical, social, cultural and artistic context and how they conceived technology with their art creation.

Time

Lth.

Content

09:30-09:40

10′

Welcome Remarks: Ren-Yi LIAO, Director, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

Session 1

Moderator:Yu-Chuan TSENG (Curator)

09:40-10:30

50′

Keynote Speech 1: Gunalan NADARAJAN (Curator) (Online)

10:30-10:50

20′

Artist Sharing: Chi-Wei LIN (Taiwan)

10:50-11:00

10′

Break

11:00-11:20

20′

Artist Sharing: Ying MIAO (China) (Online)

11:20-12:00

40′

Panel Discussion and Q&A

Panelists: Speaker and Artists of this session 

12:00-13:00

60′

Lunch

Session 2

Moderator:Chih-Yung Aaron CHIU (Professor, Interdisciplinary Program of Technology and Art in College of Arts, National Tsing Hua University)

13:00-13:50

50′

Keynote Speech 2: Raqs Media Collective (India) (Online)

13:50-14:10

20′

Artist Sharing: Ruey-Shiann SHYU (Taiwan)

14:10~14:30

20′

Artist Sharing: Joo Young OH (Korea)

14:30~14:50

20′

Artist Sharing: Tzu-Tung LEE (Taiwan)

14:50-15:00

10′

Break

15:00-15:20

20′

Artist Sharing: Tad ERMITAÑO (Philippine) (Online)

15:20-16:00

40′

Panel Discussion and Q&A

Panelists: Speaker and Artists of this session

16:00~

 

Closing

Registration Information

*Chinese-English simultaneous interpretation will be offered in this forum. Relevant equipment will be available for the visitors with valid identification.

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