Subzoology: 2020 Taiwan Biennial at The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA)

"Subzoology: 2020 Taiwan Biennial" was held from October 2020 to February 2021 at The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA) . The exhibition was about to enter the final countdown. Thank you for your concerted promotion of this exhibition.
"Subzoology: 2020 Taiwan Biennial", curated by Taiwanese artist Yao Jui-Chung, revolves around the idea of “Buddhist path of reincarnation into animals”. The Biennial reflects upon the long-term human plunder of and dominance over natural creatures, as well as modes of co-existence between humans and other sentient beings in the post-pandemic era. Examining human-animal relationships from the angle of science, art, and philosophy, “Subzoology” echoes and extends the study of ecological and environmental issues in the Anthropocene spotlighted at many international biennials.
【2020 Taiwan Art Biennale-Official Website】
The exhibition video presents interviews between the curator and participating artists on their curatorial philosophy, creative thinking, and the meanings of their artworks. Additional, the video shows the story of the “2020 Taiwan Biennial exhibition” such as the artist's installation process and opening event performance.
【2020 Taiwan Art Biennale-Exhibition Documentary】
Online exhibition hall provides a 3D panoramic viewing experience, a complete record of all artists’ works
【2020 Taiwan Art Biennale-Online Exhibition Hall】
We would like to invite you to experience "Subzoology: 2020 Taiwan Biennial" through the online exhibition hall.