Check out the article published today in Art Radar Asia about my most recent curatorial project in Taiwan. Here is the link:
http://artradarjournal.com/2015/06/26/taiwans-ecological-art-revolution/

I was interviewed recently by Art Radar writer Michele Chan, and she wrote an article featuring the new international eco-art project I curated this year at the National Museum of Marine Science & Technology in in Keelung, Taiwan.

Michael & Anna Rofka's artwork titled "House of the Sea", one of 9 sculpture installations in the 2015 NMMST environmental art project

Michael & Anna Rofka’s artwork titled “House of the Sea”, one of 9 sculpture installations in the 2015 NMMST environmental art project

My previous posts on May 31 and June 2 in this Blog give more information about this environmental art project. Also, you can see more on the Museum’s website at http://artproject2015.nmmst.gov.tw/en.html

The exhibition features site-specific sculpture installations by Ashish Ghosh, Firman Djamal, Michael & Anna Rofka, Sarah Havilland, Sue Bamford, Rudi Punzo, Yi-chun Lo, Chris Lee and Hung Wei Lin.  The artworks remain on view in Keelung, Taiwan through 8/31/2015.

This article also mentions the Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project (http://artproject4wetland.wordpress.com )
in Cheng Long, Yunlin County, Taiwan, that I have been curating each year since 2010.  The 2015 Cheng Long Wetlands art project featured site specific environmental artworks by 5 international artists:  Chao-chang Lee, Roger Rigorth, Maris Merlin, Tsuneo Sekiguchi, and Chris Varady-Szabo.

"Water Core" by Roger Rigorth at the 2015 Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project

“Water Core” by Roger Rigorth at the 2015 Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project

Art Radar Asia also had an article about the Cheng Long eco-art project in Taiwan back in April, 2015.

It is great that Taiwan is being recognized as a leader in environmental art in Asia!

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