At the end of 2018, one of the ten votes requested from the Taiwanese people concerned about the inclusion of gender theory into the constitution and education programs. The work of the three women artists chosen this year for Focus Taiwan in Arles reflects this question: Isa Ho, raised conservatively in the heritage of the image of women highlighted in traditional Chinese opera, now sees young women unleashing themselves in K-Pop, a global phenomenon. Her video work immediately raises the question of the artist’s identity of the body and is widely read for her generation, torn between these two images of women […]
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