近期影音 Recent Video

2018 Where the People Are... Workshop on People's Theatre in Inter-Asian Society - Documantary


近期出版 Recent Publication

2018-2019 Year Book


Lecture Series: Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen

2019-05-24 - 2019-05-27

Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen
丹麥哥本哈根大學藝術與文化研究系所教授,他是丹麥年輕一代的藝術史與政治理論批判學者,專研前衛藝術的政治性與歷史。同時深入研究情境主義國際(Situationist International),反資本主義的激進理論。他的英文著作After the Great Refusal 與Trump’s Counter-Revolution引起國際學界關注。

Topic:Trump's Counter-Revolution
Date:5/24 (Fri.) 14:00-17:00 (Room 106, HA Building 2, NCTU)
Moderator:Alain Brossat
*This lecture is in English. English to Chinese interpreters will be available

In Trump's Counter-Revolution, Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen looks behind the craziness of Donald Trump to decipher the formation of a new kind of fascism, late-capitalist fascism, that is intent on preventing any kind of real social change. Trump projects an image of America as threatened, but capable of re-creating itself as a united, white and patriarchal community: "Make America great again.” After forty years of extreme, uneven development in the US, Trump's late-capitalist fascism fuses popular culture and ultra-nationalism in an attempt to renew the old alliance between the white working class and the capitalist class, preventing the coming into being of an anti-capitalist alliance between Occupy and Black Lives Matter.

Topic:Insolvency: The avant-garde after the end of modernism and the end of the working class movement in the West
Date:5/27(Mon.) 15:00-17:30 (Room 106, HA Building 2, NCTU)
Moderator:Joyce C.H. Liu

Within art historical scholarship it is customary to argue that the avant-garde disappeared with World War Two or at the latest in the 1960’s. As Rosalind Krauss writes in her influential essay “The Originality of the Avant-Garde: The historical period that the avant-garde shared with modernism is over.” I will engage in a critical re-reading of the notion of avant-garde in art and propose a new, historical materialist reading of the disappearance of the avant-garde.


近期活動 Recent Activities

September and October Academic Activities at ICCS

2019-09-01 - 2019-10-31



2019-10-08 - 2019-11-28


How do films make us think?

2019-10-14 - 2019-11-18

HA Building2 106A