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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 ninth issue opens with a history article about Chew Chong, who migrated to New Zealand from Hoiping, China in the 1860s to join the Otago Gold Rush. Chong would start a successful business exporting tree fungus to his homeland, a product which was not recognized as having any value by the other colonial settlers. He would later help launch the Taranaki dairy industry. The issue includes an in-depth interview with sound artist Annea Lockwood who discusses her river works among many other topics; an excerpt in which Lockwood discusses “piano burnings” was republished in the Utne Reader: The Best of the Alternative Press. There is a comic by Tim Bollinger, drawings by Yao Jui-chung, artworks by Richard Killeen and Tao Wells, and poems by Chinese poet Gue Xie and New York poet Anne Fiero. There is an interview with Australian noise / performance artist Justice Yeldham who makes visceral music with mic-ed up sheets of glass. There are articles about John Wiese, The Dead C, Greg Malcolm, and Manuel Gottsching.   

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