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Subconscious Restaurant No.4

Subconscious Restaurant No.4

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《潛意識餐廳Vol.2》由發跡自台中的當代前衛藝術雜誌《白木耳》獨立出版。

《白木耳》雜誌聚焦全球,《潛意識餐廳》雜誌則專注於台灣本土。台灣身為一個地理與政治位置特殊的小海島,有著不輸給別國,豐富的藝術與文化。我們認為藉由雜誌平台報導關於這塊土地上年輕的藝術家及現正發生的事情。幫助這裡滋長、使這個地方與過往的歷史與批判更有連結性。促進這裡的發展,推動當代本土人文藝術,同樣地我們也需要讓外國的人可以更加了解台灣,認識台灣有那麼多美好且難得可貴的文化。

The fourth issue of the Hansons’ Subconscious Restaurant comprises solely of New Zealand content. For the first time, some of the rich currents of New Zealand music and literature are available for readers in Chinese. The publication includes the first three chapters of Vivienne Plumb’s new “long” short story “Forthcoming”, and an article by Murdoch Stephens explaining the origins of his project dealing with displaced refugees “Doing Our Bit” which was exhibited at Pataka and Waikato Museum. The issue includes a history of New Zealand DIY music by Bruce Russell, tracing a trajectory which encounters composers as distinctive and diverse as Douglas Lilburn and Chris Knox. Controversial Nelson conceptual artist Tao Wells writes about the founding of the nation. The issue contains an in-depth history article about Chew Chong, who immigrated from China to New Zealand in the 19th century and helped pioneer the Taranaki dairy industry.

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