Je participe à l’exposition “La terre parle : donner une voix au papier” avec mon oeuvre “Enracine moi”
Biennale Internationnale d’Art de la Fibre Papier à Taiwan. IBPFA 2023/24 International Biennial for Paper Fibre Art.
L’eposition a pour thème, EARTH SPEAK: Giving Voice to Paper, La terre parle, donner voix au papier.
Du 2 novembre 2023 au 31 mars 2024 à Taipei au Craft Design Hall of the National Taiwan, puis à Nantou au Craft Research and Development Center in Caotun.
2023/24 International Biennial for paper Fibre Art－”EARTH SPEAK: Giving Voice to Paper”
For more than a decade, the International Biennial for Paper Fibre Art (IBPFA) has evolved into an important new forum for contemporary paper art. Founded and organized by Jan Fairbairn-Edwards with the Association Chaîne de Papier (originally in France) the Biennial is the result of a unique partnership with the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute (NTCRI).
Building on the success of subsequent exhibitions, the NTCRI carries the event into the next phase with Fairbairn-Edwards’ blessings: “The biennial was inspired by the strong traditions from different cultures all over the world and our goal has always been to bring together the traditional and modern by pushing the medium to the forefront of modern art practice.”
Keeping to its commitment of illuminating the strong connections between paper art and na-ture, while also cultivating environmental themes, this year’s exhibition EARTH SPEAK: Giving Voice to Paper represents artists from 18 countries. Curator Amy Richard worked closely with co-jurors Jan Fairbairn-Edwards and Jen-Kuan Yau (with the NTCRI) and Taiwan artist Wei-Lin Yang. As Richard describes, the exhibition is a “grateful acknowledgement to paper as a powerful creative medium and the artists who choose to work with it. We are quite excit-ed about the works, which collectively provide us with a greater understanding of what is at stake at this moment in time as we experience much larger natural forces throughout the globe.”
Reflecting the excitement about the exhibition, the NTCRI has organized the work to be exhib-ited in two venues in Taiwan, beginning with the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in the capital city of Taipei, from November 2-14. Soon after it will be moved to the NTCRI Craft Design Hall within the Taiwan’s Craft Culture Park in Caotun Township, Nantou County where it will be on view until March 31, 2024.
For more information: ibpfa.org email@example.com
- Taipei exhibition period
Exhibition date: November 2 (Thursday) to November 14(Tuesday), 2023
Opening Reception Day: November 3, 2023 (Friday)
Location: Exhibition Hall 1, National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
Opening hours : 9:00-18:00 Mon-Sun
- Nantou Exhibition Period
Exhibition date: December 8, 2023 (Friday) to March 31, 2024 (Sunday)
Exhibition location: National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Center (NTCRI), Craft Design Hall
Opening hours :9:00-17:00 Tue-Sun
14, 10, 2023