'Move on Asia: Single Channel Video Art Festival 2006' consists of an exhibition of video works by 22 artists from 6 countries and the international symposium Clash and Network, which aims to offer an analytic scope on various aspects of today's globalised culture and arts. This catalogue provides a compilation of papers presented at the symposium by scholars, cultural workers, artists and curators (including AAA researcher for Korea Iris Moon). With images of works, selected biographies of artists, curators and speakers.
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Onsite

Location code EX.KOR.MOA.2006
Language

English, 

Korean

Publication/Creation date

2006

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

No of copies

2

Content type

catalogue, 

conference proceedings

Chapter headings
Beyond the Limits of Video Art

- SEO Hyunsuk, 서현석

A New Sphere for Public Discourse and Media Art

- SUH Jinsuk, 서진석

The Symposium
Artists of Global Village Generation

- Ann Youngro YEE

Ruangrupa / OK. Video

- Ade DARMAWAN

'live it, love it'...Case History of a City

- Vanalyne GREEN

Busting the Tube: A Brief History of Video Art

- Kate HORSFIELD

The Work of Art in Our Global Age - What can it Globalise and for Whom?

- Jyotsna KAPUR

The Asia Art Archive

- Iris MOON

Making Art and Money Worthwhile

- Iris MOON

High Fidelity - Retaining New Media

- Mike STUBBS

Rethinking Video Art

- Kentaro TAKI, 瀧健太郎

The Curators
Picturing Life

- Biljana CIRIC

Franchise and Useless Invention

- Ade DARMAWAN

The Aftermath of Clash

- Nobuyuki HIRAMATSU, 平松伸之

The Days of Confused Values

- KANG Euna, 강은아

Clash and Network

- Simon MAIDMENT, Vikki MCINNES

Move on Asia: Clash and Network, Single Channel Video Art Festival 2006
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