This is a video recording of a talk by Taiwanese artist and activist Tang Huang-Chen at Asia Art Archive on 14 April 2011, co-presented by Woofer Ten. She discusses issues related to setting up an art creators trade union, from social movement models, identity issues, and ideological definitions of art creators; and shares challenges she encountered in establishing such a union, as well as the social and cultural impact she believes it can generate.

In Mandarin.

Video by AAA: Janet Chan
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Chinese - Simplified

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2011

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1:55:00

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DVD

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1

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The Social Significance of Establishing an Art Creators Trade Union: The Possibility of Cultural Movements, 藝術創作者以工會途徑突圍對於社會的積極意義 ─ 一種文化運動的可能性

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