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Afterimage | Genevieve Trail

Afterimage is a collection of newly commissioned essays and archival materials gathered around the exhibition Afterimage: New Media Art in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan held at Arts West Gallery, University of Melbourne in 2023, curated by Duncan Caillard and Genevieve Trail. Afterimage documents histories of video and new media art in the Sinosphere, alongside a series of responses to the exhibition by scholars working in this field. 

Mediating uncertainties
Rupture, or Rapture
The Concrete Flux of Cao Fei's 'Cosplayers'
All Scenes Are Unfinished: Excerpts
The Development of New Media Art in China
The development of new media art in Taiwan
The development of new media art in Hong Kong
Afterimage Reading List

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