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13th Gwangju Biennale
Pavilion Project 《Double Echoing》

Curated by Wu Dar-Kuen, the senior curator of Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab, the collaborative project Double Echoing uses art to explore the democratic developments and pursuit of human rights, freedom and universal values in both Taiwan and South Korea. Double Echoing examines the development of the two East Asian democracies, whose histories bear close resemblances. Fourteen Taiwanese and Korean artists, in eight groups dedicated to human rights, political art and other universal issues, will share the stage at Gwangju’s ACC Creation Space 5. A highlight of the exhibition is the onsite display of pieces from the Green Island Human Rights Art Festival, a joint commission with the NHRM. 

13th Gwangju Biennale<br>Pavilion Project 《Double Echoing》
  • Date2021.2.26(Fri) ~ 5.9(Sun)
  • Time10:00 - 18:00
  • PlaceACC Creation Space 5
  • Age LimitAll ages
  • Price Free
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About
13th Gwangju Biennale- Pavilion Project
Double Echoing
At the invitation of Gwangju Biennale Foundation, Taiwan Contemporary Cultural Lab (C-LAB) together with the National Human Rights Museum (NHRM) and Taipei Performing Arts Center (TPAC) explore through art the democratic developments and pursuit of human rights, freedom and universal values in Taiwan and South Korea.

Themed Double Echoing, the exhibition examines the contemporary histories of Taiwan and South Korea, two Asian democracies bearing twin-like resemblance. Through the ages, the two countries both experienced war, colonization, separation and repressive rule, before taking similar paths to democracy after World War II and the Korean War. Fourteen Taiwanese and Korean artists in 8 groups dedicated to human rights, political art and other universal issues will share the stage at Gwangju’s Asia Culture Center from February 24 to May, 2021. Another highlight of the show is the onsite display of pieces from the Green Island Human Rights Art Festival, a joint commission with the NHRM.

Through the multiple echoing of “body/sound” in space and time, Double Echoing is an attempt to create a multi-level immersive experience for the body, looking into similar happenings across contemporary Asia, particularly in South Korea and Taiwan. With their unique perspectives, participating artists take us to reinterpret and redefine the boundaries between body politics and collective consciousness. In addition to physical mirroring, " Double Echoing " has the referential meaning of multiple reflections of sound waves, and it also extends to the multi-level reflective thinking of humans on many historical events. Just like the sound wave/consciousness reverberation, it has been lingering in our bodies and minds, lingering. While some artists decide, by revisiting history, to decolonize the past and shed light on how the state apparatus imposed social constraints on the public, others compose songs to speak the minds of the people. Every revisit echoes with the mind. As we stand on the fringe of time knee-deep in a struggle forward, we open up conscious space for thought.

After the 40th anniversary of the Gwangju Uprising, we hope to make peace with the past by the power of art. Once again, let’s be brave and celebrate freedom.
Hosts and Organizers
  • HostsGwangju Biennale Foundation, Gwangju Metropolitan City
  • OrganizerTaiwan Contemporary Culture Lab(C-Lab)
  • CuratorDar-Kuen WU (Senior Curator, Taiwan Contemporary of Culture Lab)
  • Co-OrganizersNational Human Rights Museum, Taipei Performing Arts Center
  • SupportAsia Culture Center, Asia Culture Institute
  • SupervisorMinistry Culture, Taiwan
Featured Artists
Teng Chao-Ming, Val Lee, Lin Yi-Chi, Hsu Chia-Wei, Wang Ding-Yeh, Jung Yeondoo, Chang Li-Ren & Cheng, Yuan & Rui Lan-Xin, The Libera Work-Gang (Li Jia-Hung, Lin Tzu-Ning, Lin Chuan-Kai, Hsin Pei-Yi, Hung Wei-Ling)
Featured Works
WANG Ding-Yeh
사진
After All These Years (2017 / 2020) Mixed Media Installation with sound, Dimension Variable
The Libera Work-Gang
사진
The Monument Made of the Body – The White Scars and Repercussions During the Cold War (2021)  Print, Video, Dimension Variable
JUNG Yeondoo
사진
Noise Quartet (2019) 4-Channel Video with Sound
HSU Chia-Wei
사진
Search for Shipwrecks(2020) 3D Printing Model, Customised Showcase, Single-Channel Video Installation
CHANG Li-Ren & CHENG Yuan & RUI Lan- Xin
사진
FM 100.8. (2019) Video Installation Dimension Variable
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ACC Creation, ACC Creation Space 5

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