Catalogue published by IT Park, on the occasion of Taiwan's participation in the 2002 Gwangju Biennale. The alternative space IT Park of Taipei was reconsturcted in the Biennale in an attempt to carry out a dialogue with other 'alternative spaces' in the world. With text by Jason Chi about the history and background of IT Park, and the reconstruction of the space in Gwangju by architect Chi Tinan. The catalogue also features works and biographical notes of the eight participating Taiwanese artists.
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