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Art Project and Exhibition Analysis of Arts and Culture Foundations – A Study of Xintomicho : A Spot of Culinary Creations
New Media Art
Xin Fu Market
Jut Foundation for Arts and Architecture
In the end of 1980s, Taiwan’s economy climbed to a peak. As the mobility of money flow increased, indirectly driving the development of art industry, government and civil organizations began to explore art field and promote art education vigorously. In particular, many enterprises established private foundations to show their greatest supports in the area of arts and culture. Non-profit organizations execute multiple actives and events in a long term, which effectively create dialogues between the general public and the arts, demolishing the idea of arts has an unreachable high wall. This study focus on Taiwan ‘s foundations’ art administration and project management by taking Jut Foundation for Arts and Architecture and its past projects as examples, which mainly discuss a new media art project/exhibition called Xintomicho: A Spot of Culinary Creations. I use content analysis, action research, observational study, and interview for research methods, along with personal experience of participated in the art project. Case studies include Turner Contemporary in England, Setouchi Triennial in Japan, and Taiwan International Video Art Exhibition by Hong-gah Museum in Taiwan, exploring the operation system and local connections of private arts and culture foundations. Later, this thesis goes deep into analyzing artworks, engaged situation, and exhibition feedbacks of Xintomicho: A Spot of Culinary Creations. The essence of the exhibition is to provoke collective memories and to agglomerate Genius Loci through artistic communication. Xin Fu Market, where the exhibition held, is a place combine with new and old culture. It brings contemporary arts into conventional field and communicates with the locals with different context and signs. In conclusion, I sum up the advantages and objectives of art foundations, collaboration situation educational promotion between organizations and locals, and also the communication relationship forms by engaged art projects. I then include my personal experience of involving in the art making process. Through close observation and art making experience, I understand that different community has different attitude towards the exhibition. Last but not least, this thesis concludes the influences and effects cause by the exhibition, Xintomicho: A Spot of Culinary Creations.
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