Exhibitions

MAM Screen 012: Chen Chieh-Jen

2019.11.19 [Tue] - 2020.3.29 [Sun]

Chen Chieh-Jen (b. 1960 in Taiwan) produces video works based on historical memories that continue to dwell in abandoned industrial complexes. His works attempt to critically rewrite Taiwan's tumultuous history from its martial law era to contemporary period governed by neo-liberalism - by interlacing present day images of former workers and archival footages. MAM Screen 012 presents Chen's oeuvre, largely drawn from the museum collection.

Chen Chieh-Jen
Chen Chieh-Jen
Factory
2003
Super 16mm transferred to DVD, color, silent
31 min. 9 sec. (loop)
Chen Chieh-Jen
Chen Chieh-Jen
Factory
2003
Super 16mm transferred to DVD, color, silent
31 min. 9 sec. (loop)
Chen Chieh-Jen
Chen Chieh-Jen
Factory
2003
Super 16mm transferred to DVD, color, silent
31 min. 9 sec. (loop)
Chen Chieh-Jen
Chen Chieh-Jen
Factory
2003
Super 16mm transferred to DVD, color, silent
31 min. 9 sec. (loop)
Chen Chieh-Jen
Chen Chieh-Jen
Factory
2003
Super 16mm transferred to DVD, color, silent
31 min. 9 sec. (loop)
Chen Chieh-Jen
Chen Chieh-Jen
Factory
2003
Super 16mm transferred to DVD, color, silent
31 min. 9 sec. (loop)
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MAM Screen 012: Chen Chieh-Jen


About “MAM Screen”

The development of video art, which first appeared in the 1960s, has progressed in leaps and bounds alongside innovations in video technology. As the number of video installations combining multiple media also grows, under the “MAM Screen” program single-channel video works from around the world will be screened daily over the period of the relevant exhibition. This program enables visitors to view works on video in concentrated fashion, and at their leisure.

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