Boundaries on the Move

Boundaries on the Move | A Cross-Cultural Dialogue

Curators: Fang-Wei Chang, Dalia Levin
May 18, 2012 - Aug. 11, 2012

An exhibition in collaboration with the Taipei Fine Arts Museum

The most obvious contextual concept of the boundary is linked to that of the nation-state. Often associated with the territory or borders of countries, boundaries also change over time. Throughout human history, nations have repeatedly gone to war over border disputes; consequently, people have migrated across borders for cultural, political, socioeconomic and other reasons, first as refugees and eventually as new inhabitants or citizens.

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