Tate Modern Conference

Current research into contemporary East-Asian visual culture Art–Design–Film–Photography

A one-day conference at Tate Modern for post-graduate research students and early career researchers.

In recent decades, contemporary East-Asian visual culture has become increasingly prominent on the international stage. While there has been a long-standing interest in contemporary Japanese visual culture as part of debates on the significance of modernism and postmodernism, growing attention is now being paid to contemporary visual culture in the People’s Republic of China, Taiwan and South Korea as well that relating to East-Asian diasporas around the world.

The aim of this one-day conference at Tate Modern is to showcase current research into contemporary East-Asian visual culture set against the background of major social, cultural, economic and political shifts that have taken place as a result of globalisation. It is hoped that new perspectives can be opened up on shared outlooks and differences within contemporary East-Asian visual culture as well as on the impact of that culture within local and international settings.

Organisation

Marko Daniel – Tate Modern
Michael White – University of York
Sally Lai – Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester
Paul Gladston – University of Nottingham

Further resources

Tate Modern

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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Date & Time

9 June 2012 at 10.30–17.30

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Current research into contemporary East-Asian visual culture audio recordings

Audio recordings of past Tate Modern conference on Current Research into Contemporary East-Asian Visual Culture: Art–Design–Film–Photography