Off-site Art Exhibitions as a Practice of “Taiwanization” in the 1990s
Volume 9, Number 5, September/October 2010
by Lu Pei-Yi
The lifting of martial law in 1987 was the most significant event in recent Taiwanese history, and it triggered dramatic social and political changes in
the 1990s. How did these sociopolitical changes influence the characteristics of off-site art in Taiwan? Lu Pei-Yi's article attempts to answer this question and explores the relationship between the sociopolitical changes and the emergence of and boom in off-site art exhibitions during the 1990s.
off-site art, taiwanization, martial law, site-specificity, locality, great china idealism
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