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Modeling Taiwan

Modeling Taiwan(Trailer)

Genre:Documentary
Format: 16mm Film
Length:78‘
Year:2000

In the form of documentary film, it shows the real life story and human nature.
The film presents the original context of contemporary art. The director filmed seven art models who were engaged in nudity modeling.

In order to record the true nature of life, the drector spent as long as five years to finish filming. This 78-minute film is based on realistic theme and  depth of thinking historically.

Louis Wang and Nanabee curated the film in 2000.

Report:
All medias  of Taipei were suddenly concerning about arts. Reporters from all sort of news agents came in the venue. The opening was about to begin.

First, an independent rock band named “Xiaodao” took the lead to warm up mood, marking out theme. Surrounded by live music, representatives of “the Public Right” enjoyed  first-handed creative cultural and  vanguard art house film.

With the introduction from Nana Bee, the attendees came forward one by one to experience different view point on the film.

The film, which had took five years to make, scheduled to project 14 times in this unfinished Huashan art district, giving the general public an opportunity to get out of normal life and enjoy the art.

The main character of this films, nude art models, were also arranged to do performance art to make the window of public open a little bit wider,  offering the people who believe or not believe a chance to choose.

Latter, the director was interviewed by reporters, talking stories with confidence.

After all, the film began to be shown. A film that spoke for the contemporary arts of Taiwan was showcased as an independent production, trying to make the public accepting this sincerely hearty gift.

Taipei Exhibition,2000