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The “New Friends” exhibition symbolizes the birth of the New Taipei City Art Museum and a new local cultural community. Through the newly developed immersive interactive game ID and the six family-friendly installations co-created by seven artists, we invite the public to make new friends through games and experiences, and to create a new model for micro-communities in the digital era.
The New Taipei City Art Museum(NTCAM) launches the project “NTCAM On the Move” and stages the exhibition “Sensing Nature” in collaboration with the Tamsui Historical Museum and the 435 Art Zone this year, seeking to explore Tamsui, Banqiao and Pinglin along the river and trace the history of the city in the company of the river through art.
This exhibition attempts to situate YAO Jui-Chung’s Roaming Around the Ruins Series─The Civilization Built by Skeleton (1991-2005), a collection of New Taipei City Art Museum (NTCAM), as a centerpiece, where a dialogue transcending time and space is facilitated with the works of three other groups of contemporary artists, including LI Tzi-Mei, LIU Yu and Meuko! Meuko! X NAXS Corp. YAO’s work also encourages audiences further readings of the other nine works from NTCAM collection.
The exhibition To Martian Anthropologists invokes the imaginary future scenes from In the Name of Art by the Belgic art critic, Thierry de Duve, and invites the artists to leave, both in cyberspace and in the physical venue, all kinds of clues for the martian anthropologists who might land on Earth someday to launch a field research on the human civilizations.
Yingge is one of many regions in New Taipei with a deep cultural heritage. It was once the center of Taiwan’s ceramic art and mining industries, and the impact of that history on the natural environment and handicraft industry imbues the town with a unique artistic and cultural feel.
Lee Shi-chi, a master of contemporary Taiwanese art, created a wide range of diverse avant-garde pieces in a creative career that lasted over 60 years, making him one of the most influential artists in the post-war period promoting the development of contemporary art in Taiwan.
San Ying Community Cocreation Project
NTCAM School Partnerships