THE 8TH ASIA PACIFIC TRIENNIAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART – TAASA Review June 2005
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This article was originally found in the June 2005 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 14, Issue 2, Page 4).
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Tarun Nagesh C ontemporary art practices in the AsiaPacific continue to grow, adapt and change at a rapid rate, reflecting not only the most recent artistic trends, but the political, economic and social structures from which they emerge.
The Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT) has represented the art of the region since 1993, and this November marks the eighth instalment of the exhibition.
This iteration presents over 80 projects from a region that extends from Samoa to Turkey, along with a diaspora and production methodologies that traverse the world...