In response to the rapid development of the global art scene, curators and video artists selected by Asia Curator Network collaborate on an exhibition that marks the future of moving image in Asia. Photographs from the exhibition accompany the text, as well as essays by artistic directors, curators, and educators. Artist statements and biographies included.  

Participating non-Asian artists include: 
Peter Alwast, Daniel Crooks, Ryszard Dabek, Sue Dodd, Benjamin Ducroz, Sophie Ernst, Shaun Gladwell, Matthew Griffin, Silvana Mangano, Gabriella Mangano, Angelica Mesiti, Tess Milne, Arlo Mountford, Ana Prvacki, Dominic Redfern, Van Sowerwine, Asli Sungu, and Kellie Wells.
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Onsite

Location code EX.KOR.MOA.2012
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2012

No of pages

544

ISBN / ISSN

9788996338932

No of copies

1

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
Introduction
Art Works & Statements 2004-2012
Forum—Time Flowing into the Pacific from the Amur 2012
Mulling over the Social Role of the Korean Moving Image: Moving Images, Expecting the Images that Moves Society

- CHOI Dooeun

How Films in the 21st Century Respond and Adapt to the Digital Era: Two Doors—a Transmedia Documentary

- Soyoung KIM

Towards a Social Role for Korean Moving Image: a Proposal Towards a Political and Aesthetic Korean Alternative Visual Culture

- KIM JANG Yeunho, 김장윤호

Digital Heterotopias: Historical 'Elsewhere' in Korean Video Art of the 2000s

- SEO Hyunsuk, 서현석

Expansion of the Cognitive Sense in the Digital Era of the 21st Century

- SUH Jinsuk, 서진석

Media Art in Korea: Issues and Counter-Issues

- YU Jinsang, 유진상

FRAMES OF REFERENCE: Moving Image Arts in Australia

- Alessio CAVALLARO

Digital Obesity: Public Greed for Moving Images

- Ade DARMAWAN

The Moving Image as Incident of Disappearance

- Patrick D. FLORES

State Ideology vs. The Rise of Small Narratives: Discourse of Moving Images in 21st Century Thailand

- Gridthiya GAWEEWONG, กฤติยา กาวีวงศ์

How to Self-Construct: The Primary Facts and Narration about Moving Image in China

- GUO Xiaoyan, 郭曉彥

Extreme Sensibility: Taiwanese Contemporary Video Art

- LIU Changhan Charles, 劉昌漢

Discourse on the Moving Image in Vietnam in the 21st Century

- NGUYEN Trinh Thai

The Discourse of Moving Images in Hong Kong in the 21st Century

- Ellen PAU, 鮑藹倫

Moving Images in the 21st Century in Indian Video Art and Beyond

- Johan PIJNAPPEL

Contemporary Japanese Video Artists

- Fumihiko SUMITOMO, 住友文彥

SEA STATE: Notes on Video Art in Singapore

- David TEH

Moving Image in 21st Century Malaysia

- Lian Heng YEOH

Now and Future of Asian Moving Images through 4 Artists
Recommender Essay on Apichatpong Weerasethakul

- Gridthiya GAWEEWONG, กฤติยา กาวีวงศ์

The Self Reflected upon the Other: Works of Yang Fudong

- KIM Baikgyun, 김백균

Song Dong, the Epitome of Existential Art, His Life and Art

- LEE Jinmyung, 이진명

Upon The Cloud of Unknowing

- June YAP, 葉又丹

Move On Asia 2004-2010
A New Sphere for Public Discourse and Media Art

- SUH Jinsuk, 서진석

Artists of Global Village Generation

- Ann Youngro YEE

Why Video Art Preservation Requires Special Handling?

- Howard BESSER

Picturing Life

- Biljana CIRIC

Do We Need a Youtube for Video Art?

- Ross HARLEY

Art Forms in Video Making

- Liz HUGHES, Caroline FARMER

The Days of Confused Values

- KANG Euna, 강은아

The Work of Art in Our Global Age: What Can It Globalize and for Whom?

- Jyotsna KAPUR

Seeking the Possibilities of Image Expressions: What is the Identity of Video Art?

- LEE Yonguk

Clash and Network

- Simon MAIDMENT, Vikki MCINNES

Performance, Gesture, Ritual

- Simon MAIDMENT, Vikki MCINNES

Imagining the Future of Video Art Distribution

- Abina MANNING

The Materialistic Approach to the Changing of Media-Formats

- Yasuhiro NISHIMURA

I Love My India

- Johan PIJNAPPEL

Move On Asia

- Johan PIJNAPPEL

The Never Ending End of Video Art

- Johan PIJNAPPEL

Beyond the Limits of Video Art

- SEO Hyunsuk, 서현석

A World New Order?

- Fumihiko SUMITOMO, 住友文彥

Video, the Most Significant Medium in Contemporary Art

- SUNG Yonghee, 성용희

Rethinking Video Art

- Kentaro TAKI, 瀧健太郎

Korean Video Art and Shamanism

- YI Wonkon, 이원곤

Moving on Asia 2012
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