Southerly is a platform for art writing and criticism. The journal aims to track the currency and intensities of ideas and practice in Taiwan and the Asia Pacific. From short and long-form criticism, essays and reviews to dialogues, commentary and experimental prose, Southerly prospects the shifting landscape of art and exhibitions in the region. The journal is interested in possible approaches, persuasions and trajectories in art and curating and the complex ecologies that they inhabit and engender. The name of the journal signifies both place and orientation. It registers a distinctive site and locus of creativity and exchange, a reflexive mode of inquiry and the varied pathways, connections and entry points in art and exhibition-making in Taiwan and beyond.
Issue 1, 2021
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