This issue features edited versions of transcripts of 8 the papers at the the sympoisum entitled, Mutations<>Connections: Cultural (Ex)Changes in Asian Diasporas, held from June 4 to 5 2004 at the Emily Carr Institute of Art, Design and Media in Vancouver, Canada>

There are essays on individual artists: Zhu Wei, Zhang O, Wang Mai and Ya Fudong (interview).

Information of the Shanghai Biennale 2004 and Taipei Biennale can be found in the back of the magazine.

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Onsite

editor

Keith WALLACE

Location code PER.YIS
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2004

Publication status

In print

ISBN / ISSN

16833082

No of copies

1

Content type

magazine/journal/newspaper

Chapter headings
Intersection: An Exhibition of Contemporary Chinese Photography and Oil Painting

- WU Hung, 巫鴻

Eccentric Notes on Dissent: The Art of Zhu Wei

- Xenia TETMAJER VON PRZERWA, 梅瑞婷

Zhang O: In Transit

- Patricia EICHENBAUM KARETZKY

Mutations<>Connections Symposium (Transcripts of 8 papers delivered in the Symposium):
Mutations<>Connections: Cultural (Ex)Changes in Asian Diaspora. An Introduction

- Alice Mingwai JIM, 詹明慧

Different Homes/ Different Diasporas: Strategies of Survival for Chinese Overseas Artists

- Melissa CHIU, 招穎思

Full Circle: Redefining Contemporary Asian Art and the Institution

- Pauline J. YAO, 姚嘉善

Ticking the Boxes: Definition and Categorization in the Work of Chinese Artists in the UK

- Sally LAI, 賴婉兒

Representation of Asian Canadian Identities in the Twenty-First Century

- Eleanor TY, 鄭綺寧

Hyphen-Nation: Building Multicultural Narratives in the Classroom

- Ming TIAMPO, 蔡宇鳴

Retraining Tongues for Eyes: Food Exchanges in the Asian Diaspora

- Sneja GUNEW

Diasporic Becomings, Or How I Learned to Desire Contingency and Discontinuous Regeneration

- Randy LEE CUTLER

Notes on Planetarity and Curatorial Practice

- Rajdeep SINGH GILL

An Interview with Yang Fudong: The Uncertain Feeling. An Estranged Paradise

- ZHANG Yaxuan, 張亞璇

The Way and Its Demons: Art, Politics, and Denial in Lyon

- Philip TINARI, 田霏宇

Situating the Inaugural Beijing Dashanzi Art Festival: The Gateway of Infinite Wonders in Wang Mai's Work

- David TUNG, 董道茲

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Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art (Vol. 3, No. 3; Fall/Sep 2004), 典藏國際版 (第3卷, 第3期)