WHAT DOES HYBRIDITY MEAN FOR ASIAN ART TODAY? – TAASA Review March 2008
John Clark DR ue to globalisation, hybridity may no longer be a condition that artists of â€˜Asianâ€™ origin choose in undertaking their work.
Hybridity has become a much more generalised feature of cultural and hermeneutic identification, and may have even become one of the basic conditions of both.
It now appears to be a notion that encompasses the amalgamation, or mixing, of differently constituted or differently originating cultural elements as a condition for modernity in art...