THE XENOPHOBIA OF TIME?

I am currently working on the curatorial project “The Xenophobia of Time?” – a week-long exhibition exploring the pertinent issues of migration. Works by the artists Edwin Mingard, Nele Vos, Shao-Jie Lin and Ting-Ting Cheng examine the intricacies of a particularly uncertain future created by the processes of obtaining entry to a state, renewing a visa or gaining citizenship.

More information is coming soon!

Featured image: Nele Vos, The Citizenshop/ship: Exploring the multidimensional means of citizenship in a neoliberal world, 2016, Mixed media. ©Nele Vos

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Ying-Hsuan Tai 戴映萱

藝評、獨立策展人,畢業於英國倫敦大學金匠學院(Goldsmiths, University of London)策展研究所。曾任英國人權組織「國際警戒」(International Alert)三十週年慶展覽《創造敘利亞》總策展人。現為藝術人權組織「Between Borders」的創意空間策展人,持續以策展實踐關注移民與國際移動議題。同時為台灣《藝術家》雜誌的倫敦特約作者,評論文章聚焦國際藝壇動向。目前居住、工作於倫敦。 Ying-Hsuan Tai is a Taiwanese independent curator and writer based in London. She was educated at Goldsmiths, University of London in MFA Curating. Her most recent curatorial experience is “Create Syria: The Future Constellation” – a joint project by International Alert, the British Council and Ettijahat – Independent Culture. This exhibition was part of the Talking Peace Festival 2016 which aimed to support dialogue and resilience between refugees and communities across Lebanon. Tai has been writing for The Artist Mag, ELLE Taiwan, PASSAGE as art journalist since 2013, and currently works for the humanitarian organisation “Between Border” as the project coordinator and the chief curator on Creative Space and the inaugural festival in 2017.Contact: yinghsuantai@gmail.com

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