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TSUYOSHI TANE: PT I

ARCHITECTURE IN NAME AND DEED by Andrew Maerkle
— “Since the 20th century we have produced a huge quantity of spaces, but we have lost our sense of place. Place is a singular point. You cannot reproduce or replicate it. You cannot replace one place with another place.”

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HSU CHIA-WEI: PT II

“Hou Hsiao-hsien comes from the generation who were dealing with the experiences that their parents lived through, which they heard about as they were growing up. That meant they were very close to the history. But what I’m dealing with is more remote . . . I can jump from doing a 13th-century Noh play to something that happened 40 million years ago to something from the colonial period.”

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HSU CHIA-WEI: PT I

NOT ONLY BLACK-AND-WHITE by Andrew Maerkle
—“The fact is there is no true history. History is always written from a specific position or perspective. This is one of the key issues I address in my works. My works question history and the way that these ideologies are constructed.”

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