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Culture Movie

Modeling Taiwan

Open Exhibition and more ( Taipei 2000)

All medias  of Taipei were suddenly concerning arts. Reporters from all sort of news agents came in venue. The opening thus began.

First, an independent rock band named “Xiaodao”(little Knife) took the lead to warm up mood, marking out theme. Surrounded by live music, representatives of “the Public Right” enjoyed  first-handed creative content and  vanguard art house film.

With the introduction from Nana Bee, the attendees came forward one by one to experience different view point on the film.

The film, which had took five years to make, scheduled to project 14 runs in this unfinished Huashan art district, giving the general public an opportunity to get out of normal life and enjoy what art can offer.

The protagonists, nude art models, were arranged to do performance art at scene to solicit public window opened a little bit wider,  offering alternatives to people no matter    believer or not.

Latter, the director was interviewed by reporters, talking stories about what he had been through.

Finally, before viewers getting bored, the film was projected on screen. A film that spoke for the contemporary arts of Taiwan was showcased as an independent production, trying to earn the world acceptance with sincerely hearty gift.


Modeling Taiwan(Trailer)

Format: 16mm Film

In a form of documentary, it presented stories  of real life and humanity in context of contemporary art,   models of nudity in art society of Taiwan.

In order to record the true nature of life, the filmmaker spent five years following the tails of seven nude models after their living world. This 78-minute film  based on realism  depicting an surrealistic vibes outside conventional social system.

Louis Wang and Nanabee curated this film in a decommissioned beer factory(now known as Hwaishan Art District in Taipei).