The exhibition 'X Beyond O: Calligraphy-Sign-Space' at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei is the culmination of a collaboration between the well-known Taiwanese calligrapher Yang-Tze Tong with architects and designers from Taiwan and Hong Kong. Centred on the notions of nothingness and substance as suggested by its Chinese title 'Out of Nothing, Something Arises', the exhibition transcends traditional calligraphy to show how it can be merged with contemporary culture and spatial design. Catalogue includes artist biographies and list of exhibited works.

Other artists/artist groups: Rainbow Team+Industrial Technology Research Institute
Alternative title

wu zhong sheng you shu fa fu hao kong jian

Access level

Onsite

Location code EX.TAI.XBO
Language

Chinese - Traditional, 

English

Publication/Creation date

2009

No of pages

128

ISBN / ISSN

9789868529410

No of copies

1

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
A Look at 'X Beyond O: Calligraphy-Sign-Space'

- HAN Paoteh, 漢寶德

'Calligraphy is dangerous.' Yang-Tze Tong, after viewing 'X Beyond O: Calligraphy-Sign-Space'

- HSU Huichih, 許悔之

Embracing Calligraphy/Caressing Culture

- J.J. SHIH, 石瑞仁, LIN Yuchieh, 林羽婕

X Beyond O: Calligraphy-Sign-Space
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