Fight For Justice is a film focusing on prominent activist lawyers who have recently emerged in Taiwan, following the lives of several such lawyers through some of Taiwan’s high-profile legal cases in recent years
Taiwanese sound art pioneer Wang Fujui’s solo exhibition at Project Fulfill Art Space, “Transparent Imagery of Sounds”, largely consists of meditations on the influence of random chance in art and intermediality
The firing of Taiwanese actress Irene Chen from the cast of the upcoming Chinese film GF Vending Machine for pro-Sunflower movement political views would be nothing new, regarding identity struggles in the Sinophone entertainment industry
The International Design House Exhibition caps off Taipei’s time as World Design Capital 2016, but ultimately presents a vision of the city as an aestheticized consumer capital through an overemphasis on designer consumer products
A recent debate about Taiwanese literature that took place largely on social media in September is illustrative of the unification/independence divide in Taiwanese literature circles and academia. But in this debate, can we also see a shared logic between the pro-unification Left and KMT apologists?
Not exactly a documentary nor exactly a historical film, recently released experimental film Le Moulin hones in on the lives of Le Moulin Poetry Society, a group of Taiwanese poets active during the Japanese colonial period who were influenced by French surrealism