Pub_2012 Moving on Asia




2012 Moving on Asia


2012 Moving on Asia

Superviser_ Alternative Space LOOP

Director_ Jinsuk SUH
Curator_ Jihye KIM

Date of Issue_ 2012. 8. 31


04 Introduction
12 Art Works & Statements 2004-2012
336 FORUM – Time Flowing into the Pacific from Amur 2012
338 Mulling over the social role of the Korean Moving Image
Moving Images, expecting the images that moves society – Dooeun CHOI
344 How Films in the 21st century respond and adapt to the digital era
Two Doors – a Transmedia Documentary – Soyoung KIM
348 Towards a social role for Korean moving image: a proposal towards a political and aesthetic Korean alternative visual culture – Yeunho KIM JANG
356 Digital Heterotopias: Historical ‘Elsewhere’ in Korean video art of the 2000s – Hyunsuk SEO
366 Expansion of the Cognitive Sense in the digital Era of the 21st century – Jinsuk SUH
368 Media art in Korea: Issues and Counter-Issues – Jinsang YOO

372 FRAMES OF REFERENCE: Moving image arts in Australia – Alessio CAVALLARO
378 Digital Obesity: Public greed for moving images – Ade DARMAWAN
382 The moving image as incident of Disappearance – Patrick D. FLORES
386 State Ideology vs. the rise of Small Narrative: Discourse of Moving images on 21st century Thiland – Gridthiya GAWEEWONG
392 How to self-Construct: The primary facts and narration about moving images in China – GUO Xiaoyan
406 Extreme Sensibility: Taiwanese contemporary video art – Charle LIU
412 Discourse on the moving image in Vietnam in the 21st century – NGUYEN Trinh Thi
418 The discourse of moving images in Hong Kong in the 21st century – Ellen PAU
426 Moving images in the 21st century in Indian video art and beyond – Johan PIJNAPPEL
434 Contemporary Japanese Video Artists – Fumihiko SUMITOMO
438 SEA STATE: Notes on video art in Singapore – David THE
444 Moving image in 21st century Malaysia – Lian Heng YEOH

450 Now and Future of Asian Moving Images through 4 Artists
452 Recommender Essay on Apichatpong WEERASETHAKUL – Grithiya GAWEEWONG
456 The self reflected upon the other: Works of YANG Fudong – Baikgyun KIM
462 SONG Dong, The epitome of existential art, His life and art – Jinmyung LEE
466 Upon The Cloud of Unknowing – June YAP

472 Move on Asia 2004-2010
474 A new sphere for public discourse and media art – Jinsuk SUH
479 Artists of global village generation – Youngro ANN YEE
480 Why video art preservation requires special handling? – Howard BESSER
484 Picturing Life – Biljana CIRIC
488 Do we need a YouTube for video art? – Ross HARLEY
494 Art forms in video making – Liz HUGHES/Caroline FARMER
496 The days of confused values – Euna KANG
498 The work of art in our global age: What can it globalize and for whom? – Jyotsna KAPUR
506 Seeking the possibilities of image expressions: what is the identity of video art? – Yonguk LEE
508 Clash and network – Simon MAIDMENT/Vikki MCINNES
512 Imagining the future of video art distribution – Abina MANNING
518 The materialistic approach to the changing of media formats – Yasuhiro NISHIMURA
520 I Love My India – Johan PIJNAPPEL
524 Move on Asia – Johan PIJNAPPEL
526 The never ending end of video art – Johan PIJNAPPEL
528 Beyond the limits of video art – Hyunsuk SEO
533 A world new order? – Fumihiko SUMITOMO
534 Video, the most significant medium in contemporary art – Yonghee SUNG
537 Rethinking Video Art – Kentaro TAKI
538 Korean Video Art and Shamanism – Wonkon YI