About the part that art plays in a globalising society

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Chien-Hung Huang

Chien-Hung Huang is a Professor at the Taipei National University of Arts in the Institute of Trans- disciplinary Art. He has published numerous books, including COQ (2009), An Independent Discourse (2010), Trans-Plex Agenda (2011), EMU (2012) and Smile of Montage (2013). Huang is also a film critic and a critic of contemporary art and the spectacle. He has translated books by G. Deleuze, J. Baudrillard and J. Rancière.

Since 2007, Huang has been also working as a curator. He has curated shows such as Ex.ception (2007), S-HOMO at K’s Art (2009), POST.O at Taipei MoCA (2009), Look by the cinema in OCAT Shenzhen (2010), TRANS-PLex and Solarium (2011), Chim.Pom’s Beautiful World and Crush on EMU (2012), Schizophrenia Taiwan 2.0 (2013) and Post-Movement (2014), Dicordant Harmony (2015-2016), Trans-Archiving (2017), Trans-Justice: Paracolonial@technology (2018); DemoStream: Co-Sensus in Democratizations (2020).


Online Roundtable: Curating Against Oblivion
A public program exploring curating as a form of resistance and remembrance