This publication is published on the occasion of Taiwanese artist Chou Yu-Cheng at Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts from October 2014 to January 2015. 

To the artist this exhibition is experimental in nature, in the sense that it differs from the conventional museum exhibition setting to put tangible art object on display but to exhibit intangible works. In twelve works curated by independent curator Xu Jianyu, including an automatic piano playing compositions by Liszt, a security guard booth with a radio broadcasting local radio programmes, the exhibition showcases various aspects of the artist's life, for example his parents (his fathering being a security guard). The politics elicited from Chou's works point to a non-utopian realism that directly looks into how artists survive in the contemporary mechanism of art. This superficiality, according to the curator, corresponds to Chou's satire which creates an anti-critical, anti-depth space for the spectator, who is left behind in the large exhibition space filled only with a few objects to postulate the open question (not answer) asked by Chou.

Includes a biography of the artist. 

Alternative title

(Wu) guan yu yi shu huo li si te yu __ /

Access level

Onsite

Location code MON.CYC6
Language

Chinese - Traditional, 

English

Publication/Creation date

2015

No of pages

108

ISBN / ISSN

9789860438796

No of copies

2

Content type

anthology, 

artist monograph, 

catalogue

Chapter headings
From Chou Yu-Cheng to Liszt: A Seven Year Profile of a Friend | 從周育正到李斯特:一個朋友的七年側寫

- XU Jianyu, 徐建宇

On Things Irrelevant to Art | 無關藝術的描述

- YANG Chichuan, 楊季涓

On Things Relevant to Art | 關於藝術的描述

- XU Jianyu, 徐建宇

Reading the Figural from Chou Yu-Cheng's Project, Liszt: Some Contemporary Variations on Aesthetic Discussion | 關於「形象」的幾重當代美學思考:從從周育正的<李斯特>計劃談起

- Esther LU, 呂岱如

On Things Ir(Relevant) to Art of Liszt, and __.
分享
引用
Rights statements

In Copyright

What does this mean?

This item is covered by one or more copyrights. It is available for research only or use within Hong Kong’s fair dealing rules. Please do not copy, re-use or reproduce this item without the permission of the copyright holder.

On Things Ir(Relevant) to Art of Liszt, and __., (無) 關於藝術 或 李斯特與 __ /