本會榮譽會員阮圓教授參加”Peripheral Modernism in the Global Context: Art and Society in Taiwan” 2021 UCLA-NTNU, Taiwan Studies Initiative Conference，相關資訊如下，歡迎有興趣的會員及藝文朋友於台灣時間5月8日（六）上午6:30至11:55加入Zoom連線即可線上參與。
| 阮圓教授參加場次 |
🕰2021/05/08(Sat.) 6:15–7:15 pm(台灣時間）
🔔Panel 3: Siting Taiwan
🎤主持人Moderator: Hui-shu Lee, UCLA
👩🏻阮圓Aida Yuen Wong (Brandeis University)
✍🏼發表題目：Hung Ken-shen (b. 1946) ‘s Shamo: Kill Ink and the Marginality of Kaohsiung
Organized by Hui-shu Lee (Professor of Art History, UCLA) and Shu-mei Shih (Edward W. Said Professor of Comparative Literature, Asian Languages and Cultures, and Asian American Studies, UCLA)
This conference is presented as part of the UCLA-NTNU Taiwan Studies Initiative, a partnership of UCLA and National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) that aims to create research synergies to promote cutting-edge research in Taiwan studies.
When modernism was considered a Western artistic movement, non-Western modernisms were considered derivative or belated. When modernism was considered a global movement, non-Western modernisms acquire meaning only through their relationship, whether historical or discursive, with Western modernism. Whether we take the “multiple modernisms” approach (that there are many different modernisms around the world), or “one modernism” approach (that there is one global modernism with multiple participants from different parts of the world), non-Western modernism is routinely peripheralized or pushed into insignificance. For a Pacific island country such as Taiwan, which is a nation-state without an UN-recognized state status since 1971, peripheralization of its modernist art has been its enduring and persistent fate. This conference takes stock of Taiwan’s modernist art in the global context, not only in terms of the unique role it played in Asia historically, but in terms of its participation in the interconnected global art world as a co-producer of that world.
UCLA-NTNU Annual Conference
Online via Zoom Webinar
Friday, May 7, 2021 – Saturday, May 8, 2021