“Walking the Crack” Metaphors of Contemporary Life, Odysseys in Linearity

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“Walking the Crack” takes place on the 2nd floor galleries of Taipei Fine Arts Museum, from Sept. 8, 2022 to Jan. 8, 2023. Curated by TFAM senior curator Fang-Wei Chang, it brings together 28 artists and art collectives from both Taiwan and abroad, spanning different generations since the 1960s, in a rumination on movement, lines, and the quest to overcome humanity’s dilemmas. Featuring a wide variety of media, objects and texts, it seeks to be a “walking (doing) exhibition,” opening up a conver

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