Emerging Taiwanese sound artist addresses environmental issues – interview with Hsu Yen-Ting


Taiwanese sound artist Hsu Yen-Ting discusses her latest project, inspired by the Cheng Long wetlands of Taiwan, the importance of active listening and whether art can be used to raise awareness of pressing societal issues.

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Palais de Tokyo expands: More room for international contemporary art


Eleven Asian artists have been included in the inaugural edition of La Triennale, which was launched at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris on 20 April 2012.

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Stripping ‘Ophelia’ and more: 3 young Taiwanese new media artists in Hong Kong


Hong Kong-based gallery Input/Output (I/O) featured Taiwanese new media artists Yao Chung-Han, Lin Guan-Ming, and Chang Li-Ren in their show “Made in Taiwan”, which closed April 2012.

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How magic was the Yokohama Triennale 2011? Highlights round up


After the terrible disasters that befell Japan this year, Art Radar looks at the works that made The Yokohama Triennale 2011 live up to its theme “OUR MAGIC HOUR”.

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Multiplicity of media in :mentalKLINIK Istanbul survey show


“That’s Fucking Awesome”, an exhibition of Turkish artist duo, :mentalKLINIK, was on view at the Haskoy Yarn Factory through October 2011.

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4 Russian artists to watch: Turku Biennial 2011 selection


We explore the work of four Russian contemporary artists – Tatiana Akhmetgalieva, Alexander Gurko, Elena Gubanova and Ivan Govorkov – as shown in Turku.

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Brazilian Ricardo O’Nascimento combines sound and textile in Taiwan artist residency


Brazilian new media artist Ricardo O’Nascimento was artist in residence at the Taipei Artist Village from May to June 2011. Read about how the city influenced his art.

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Asian pavilions at the 54th Venice Biennale – first critic response


ART HK 11 is over and as art world attention moves back to Europe, we take a look at what pavilions from the Asian region are offering viewers at the 54th Venice Biennale.

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