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白木耳雜誌 No.1 / White Fungus

白木耳雜誌 No.1 / White Fungus

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《白木耳》雜誌是一本源自於台中的當代前衛藝術雜誌,以英文及部份中文發行。內容詳細介紹來自世界各地的前衛音樂、歷史、政治、原創作品、詩、短篇小說 與漫畫。《白木耳》是一個社群媒體藝術的實驗記錄。當這些實驗性的孢子逐漸成熟而散落,創刊者十分期待風會將這些孢子傳遞到某處。關於未來,充滿了新的生機與各種可能性。《白木耳》堅持「在地出發,宏觀全球」的理念。

The first issue of White Fungus was published in Wellington, New Zealand in October, 2004. The publication began as an intended one-off political zine protesting the building of an inner-city “bypass” which would subsequently rip through the heart of the city’s arts district, displacing artists from their studios and demolishing or removing heritage buildings. The first issue was released during Wellington’s local-body election. It was produced on a photocopier and copies were wrapped in Christmas paper and hurled anonymously through the entrances of businesses and cultural organizations throughout the city. The first issue of White Fungus is locally specific. It includes a history of Wellington’s Cuba Street, named after the ship Cuba, the second ship of the colonizing New Zealand Company to land there. There is a profile of many groups or collectives of artists which had been evicted from their studios due to inner-city development. There are also articles about the election and the history of resistance to the building of the bypass which dated back more than 40 years. It was first devised in 1961 by an American engineering firm after it had been tasked to create a comprehensive transportation plan for Wellington.

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