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Undefined・Five New Talents in Taiwanese Visual Art


WORLD CONTEMPORARY GRAPHIC DESIGN


October 27, 2021

Taiwan's openness and diversity not only accommodate the freedom of development of local artists, but also attract artists from other parts of Asia to study, exchange and build careers. In Taiwan's visual industry, where American and Japanese thinkings are the mainstream, they engage in a creative practice driven by inspirations native to their own backgrounds

In this seminar, TPadd assoc., chairman Hsing-Kai Peng introduced five visual workers at ages 24 to 28 active in the field of art and literature in Taiwan with a background from Taiwan, Indonesia, and Macau. He shared how they, through ways that are raw and avant-garde, inherited the cultural codes of Taiwan in the 70s and 80s and developed the blueprint of Taiwan’s contemporary visual culture. Hsing-Kai Peng anchored London artist Jesse Kanda as the new starting point of contemporary graphic art, and elaborated on how “religiousness” in art works has gone through a decentralizing transformation after the switch of subjectivity between artists and works.

Interviewed artists:
Dorairolg (Macau)
Felix Onorato (Indonesia)
Yaode JN (Taiwan)
Han-Yu Feng (Taiwan)
Kaynken Chen (Taiwan)

Planned and co-organized by tuanco.︎︎︎.
Published: October 27, 2021. Last Updated: August 16, 2022.



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