(In)visible: The Spiritual World of Taiwan through Contemporary Art explores how traditional and religious beliefs and modern values are integrated in this vibrant country. The exhibition features works by seven contemporary Taiwanese artists, who express and visualize religious beliefs, myths and the spiritual world with modern sensitivities.
Join us for special programs that further explore the themes of the exhibition.
Artist In Residence
Li Jiun-Yang will be in residence at MOA from November 3-21. We invite you to drop by the Textile Research Room in the Multiversity Galleries and watch the creative making process as Li Jiun-Yang creates a unique bamboo puppet.
Li Jiun-Yang grew up in a family of movie billboard painters. His work draws on a wide range of media, including painting, wood carving, wire sculpture, installation, performance, graffiti, puppet theatre production, and experimental theatre. He draws inspiration from the local handmade arts to express the intangible ideals of Taiwan’s folk culture.
About Spotlight Taiwan
MOA launched its Spotlight Taiwan Project in 2014, a new initiative that focuses on Taiwan’s complex and multicultural identity. MOA is now poised to host a highly anticipated exhibition of contemporary art from Taiwan, (In)visible: The Spiritual World of Taiwan through Contemporary Art.
2014 年，加拿大不列顛哥倫比亞大學人類學博物館 (MOA) 發起「台灣文化光點計畫」，該計畫是專門研討台灣複雜多元文化認同的創舉。 MOA即將舉辦期待已久的台灣當代藝術展：《形(無)形: 台灣當代藝術的靈性世界》。