This is a feature on the exhibition Tech/No/Zone - Contemporary Media art, held at MOCA, Taipei, with the following objective:

'Technology appears revolutionary and progressive - but sometimes it can be restrictive, often instilling uncertainty and fear. Because of this "double-bind", the title TECH/NO/ZONE emerged as an appropriate encapsulation for an exhibition based on contemporary media art - not only in terms of methods of production but as a way of drawing attention to important and challenging concerns.'

Asian artists, Lin Jiunting and Kao Chungli, were among the participating artists.
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David FRAZIER

Location code CLP.02.10.27
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English

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multimedia art

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27 Oct 2002

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Taipei Times, 27 Oct 2002, p. 19

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Finding the humanity in modern technology