Artist Talk: In Conversation
Wu Chi-Yu, Zian Chen and Lin-chin Tsai
- Available On Demand
- 120 mins
Pailang Museum of Settler Colonialism (2022–), or, The Pailang Museum, is a Sinophone media collective that commissions speculative writing, screening programs and decolonial guided tours along with experimental film production. The word pailang is Chinese-Hokkein pronunciation of “villains” commonly used by Taiwanese indigenous groups to refer to their settler counterpart: Chinese-Formosan. With our aim to experiment with a denaturalized presentation of criminal evidence, The Pailang Museum invites children of both friends and foes to narrate a plethora of ways in which settler colonial subjects organize land and, as it were, its species.
- Speakers - Wu Chi-Yu, Zian Chen, Lin-chin Tsai
- Presented by Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei as part of BLEED 2022.
BLEED (Biennial Live Event in the Everyday Digital) was conceived by Campbelltown City Council through Campbelltown Arts Centre, and the City of Melbourne through Arts House. BLEED 2022 is produced and presented by Campbelltown City Council through Campbelltown Arts Centre, and the City of Melbourne through Arts House, Taipei Performing Arts Center and Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei. BLEED has been supported by the Taiwan Ministry of Culture and Cultural Division, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Sydney.