Newsletter 06：2019 年末問候與展望
Published by: Taipei Fine Art Museum 臺北市立美術館
Editor: Ｗu Chuan-Lun 吳權倫, Wen-An Ho 何文安
Art Direction: Shauba Chang 章芷珩
2019 was a very exciting and fruitful year in my career. The solo exhibition “No Country for Canine” at the Taipei Fine Art Museum was accomplished and receiving delight responses, including the quarter nomination for the 18th Taishin Arts Award. The project book for the show has published as well. This year, I was participating in several collaborative exhibitions, the “An Opera for Animals” at the Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai in June, the “Li Yuan-chia and Homages To” at Each Modern in February, the “Relocating Divinity: Being an Atheist Theist” at Waley Art in November. Lastly, a short but enrich visiting to Penang, Malaysia as year’s final event, thanks to the support of No Man’s Land.
Looking ahead, after the show “No Country for Canine”, the ongoing research project “The Shepherd Dogs” will refocus the sight from Europe and Taiwan to the range of Asia, as a preliminary, some interesting materials from Korea and Vietnam has risen my intention. Related to the other undergoing project “The World Is Not Your Potato”, a historical object will be included as a new thread - the oldest existing terrestrial globe in the world, which now collected in Nuremberg, Germany. All carry on with year to come.
Best wishes for a wonderful holiday and a happy New Year.
An Opera for Animals 百物曲｜Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai 上海外灘美術館｜2019
展望明年，在『馴國』展覽之後，進行中的<牧羊犬>研究計畫，將把關注的視野從台灣與歐洲轉往亞洲範圍，初步已在韓國與越南這兩地發現一些有趣的材料。關於另一個發展中的計畫<The World Is Not Your Potato>，將納入一個新的歷史物件線索——典藏於德國紐倫堡，世界現存最古老的地球儀。希冀於未來逐步落實。
Whitest White 最白的白 (from No Country for Canine 馴國)｜Taipei Fine Art Museum 臺北市立美術館｜2019