Art in Translation (Edinburgh, 28-29 Oct 17)

The West Court Lecture Theatre, Main Building, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh. 74 Lauriston Place, Edinburgh EH3 9DF, October 28 - 29, 2017
Registration deadline: Oct 26, 2017

Art and Translation: Taiwan, Hong Kong and Korea
International Symposium

Free Admissions. Please RSVP by 26 Oct with Dr Li-Heng Hsu (L.Hsued.ac.uk)


PROGRAM

Saturday, 28 October 2017

10:00 – 12:00
Taiwan Academy Lecture
Mali Wu (吳瑪悧), Artist and Professor, National Kaohsiung Normal University
From The Concept Of Social Sculpture To The Public Art In Taiwan: My Artistic Journey
Chaired by Marko Daniel, Tate Modern


Panel 1: Reposition Of Art History

13:00
Yunchiahn C. Sena, Trinity College, USA
Global As Local: Eclectic Architectural Themes In Colonial Taiwan
13:30
Colin Brady, University of Edinburgh, UK
Yamanaka Rises: Exploiting The Boxer Uprising To Introduce A New Chinese Art To The West
14:00
Su-Hsing Lin, Tainan National University of The Arts, Taiwan
Rebuilding Legitimacy: The Development Of Traditional Chinese Painting In Post-War Taiwan

14:30 Discussant: Rosina Buckland, National Museum of Scotland


Panel 2: Crossing Currents

15:20
Josh Yiu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Found In Translation: Lui Shou-Kwan's Reading Of Post-War American Art
15:50
Mia Liu, Bate College, USA
On Fragments: Topography, Location, And Iconography In Landscape Photography Of Lang Jingshan
16:20
Chia-Ling Yang, University of Edinburgh, UK
Never Mind The Translation: Ink Art Of Tong Yang-Tze In Dialogical Perspective

16:50 Discussant: Sabrina Rastelli, University of Venice


Sunday, 29 October 2017

Panel 3: Translation And Corporeality

10:00
Yu-Chieh Li, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Performativity And Asian Artistic Networks In 1980s New York
10:30
Nicola Foster, Open University, UK
Three Contemporary "Translations" Of Nüshu: Dance, Music And Visual Art
11:00
Tzu-Ning Wu, National Taitung University, Taiwan
Millennials Incubation: The Posthuman Body In Taiwan's Contemporary Art

11:30 Discussant: Lucy Weir, University of Edinburgh, UK


Panel 4: Margins And Geo-Identities

13:00
Aida Yuen Wong, Brandeis University, USA
Yuan Jai's Deconstructive Paintings And Craft Aesthetic
13:30
Vivian Kuang Sheng, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Nikki Lee's The Young Japanese Project: Fabricating "Infantile Citizenship" And
East Asian Identity
14:00 Discussant: Mary Ginsberg, The British Museum, UK


15:00 – 15:40
Closing Lecture
Junghee Moon (文貞姬), Centre For Art Studies, Korea
Today's Ink Painting In Korea And Taiwan
Chaired by Li-Heng Hsu

15:40 Round-Up Discussion and Drink


Any questions, please contact the symposium organisers, Dr Chia-Ling Yang (C.Yanged.ac.uk) and Dr Li-Heng Hsu (L.Hsued.ac.uk), School of History of Art, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh

Taiwan Academy in Scotland Website: http://www.taiwan-academy.eca.ed.ac.uk

Reference:
CONF: Art in Translation (Edinburgh, 28-29 Oct 17). In: ArtHist.net, Oct 16, 2017 (accessed Aug 23, 2019), <https://arthist.net/archive/16477>.

Contributor: Chia-Ling Yang, University of Edinburgh

Contribution published: Oct 16, 2017

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