Based on ongoing fieldwork, the exhibition Altering Nativism explores Taiwan’s various post-war sound culture movements by presenting historical documentation, audiovisual archives, and artworks.
TheCube Project Space is delighted to host A Journal of the Plague Year’s first touring stop in Asia. The exhibition curated by Cosmin Costinas(Director of Para Site, HongKong) and Curator Into Guerrero. Taiwan and Hong Kong share many chapters of their history. This exhibition wants to serve as a start for a reflection on this shared historical background and rhetoric narratives between the two regions facing a tumultuous present and an uncertain future under the same specter.
The exhibition presents documentation from the early period of Wang’s career, including publications, cassette tapes and CDs produced by Wang’s experimental music label NOISE founded in 1993.
Living As Form is a research-based audio-visual documentation exhibition, curated by chief curator of Creative Time of New York, Nato Thompson. It surveys more than 100 projects in the past 20 years that blur the line between art and everyday life, and that emphasize participation, dialogue, and community engagement.
Guest curated by Beijing curator Dong Bingfeng, 60-min Cinema: People’s Park opened at TheCube Project Space on April 27 and runs through June 16. The exhibition presents four videos by artists Yang Fudong, Cao Fei, Yang Jun and Zhao Liang under the theme of dislocation in Chinese public life.
Project 35, curated by ICI (Independent Curators International) is a program of single-channel videos selected by 35 international curators who have each chosen one work by an artist that they think is important for audiences around the world to experience today.
Curated by Amy Cheng, Traversing the Fantasy is an exhibition that includes the work of French artist Julien Prévieux, the art team of Allora and Calzadilla from the US and Cuba, the Danish art collective Superflex, Taiwanese video artist Tsui Goang-yu, Wu Chang-jung and photographer Liu Ho-jang.