Symposium|Reality in its Double Bind

TheCube Project Space is honored to present the symposium Reality in its Double Bind: Emotional Signifiers in the Undercurrents of History in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Curated by Hsu Fang-Tze, this three-day symposium marks the second phase of the curatorial project Towards Mysterious Realities, launched in Taipei, 2016.



The Ocean After Nature considers the ocean as a site reflecting the ecological, cultural, political, and economic realities of a globalized world through the work of twenty artists and collectives. These internationally established and emerging artists explore new ways of representing the seascape as a means to identify and critique the various interrelated and chaotic systems of power, such as land-sea divides, the circulation of people and goods, and the vulnerabilities of our ecosystems.

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Night of Multitude

The event is a part of of the ongoing exhibition Till We Have Faces – Creating Disturbances, both performances welcome all audience to join and interact with the performers.


Till We Have Faces—Creating Disturbances

This exhibition in itself represents the achievements of two projects, namely the thematic lecture series at the 2016 Praxis School and Till We Have Faces, both were led by Huang Sun-Quan, a renowned social activist and cultural researcher.


2017 Praxis School: History and Body, Network and Society

The 2017 Praxis School invites four social practitioners/cultural researchers to serve as the lecturers in three thematic sessions. Po-Wei Chen, the founding leader of the former Black Hand Nakasi – Workers’ Band, leads the first session Body, Space and Memory (incl. three workshops), followed by The Historical Context in the Cold-War Structure (incl. three lectures) that small-theater director and cultural critic Mo-Lin Wang curated as the second. Organized by cultural researcher Sun-Quan Huang and Internet activist Shih-Chieh Ilya Li, the third session Network and Society (incl. six lectures/workshops) is scheduled for launch in the second half of 2017.


TENG Chao-Ming: After All These Years,

TheCube Project Space is pleased to present artist TENG Chao-Ming’s solo exhibition After All These Years, an installation developed by TENG Chao-Ming from his previous piece To Sing or Not to Sing (2014) that was commissioned by TheCube and the exhibition ALTERing-NATIVism: Sound Cultures in Post-War Taiwan.

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The Fourth White Man Film Festival

Welcome to the fourth edition of the White Man Film Festival, where we focus on films and videos for, by, and about the white man.
The White Man Film Festival is not simply a festival or simply about film, it is more importantly an idea – an idea to contemplate, to consider, and to mourn.
The White Man Film Festival celebrates the diversity of the white man as he treads between knowledge and ignorance.
This festival is not one based on intolerance or bigotry of any sort, nor is it based on love or generosity.
Our theme for the fourth edition of the White Man Film Festival is: