Multispecies Clouds
2022.12.27-2023.4.16
Exhibition
2023.01.14
Multispecies Clouds: Curatorial Essay

Like a "species multiplier", "multispecies clouds" brew ambiguous borders within them, in which species mix, mutate and regenerate, and thus acquire the forms of their uncertain future.

Meshwork
2023.01.14
Bo Yang:Cordyceps Sinensis and Botanical Studies in Anthropology

In conjunction with the exhibition Multispecies Clouds at Mecalline Art Center, the special public program Meshwork is honored to invite Bo Yang, PhD candidate in anthropology from the Human Ecology Research Group at University College London, to present a theoretical discussion on ontology, multispecies ethnography and botanical study in anthropology in the context of his fieldwork on Cordyceps Sinensis in Kham area of Tibet.

Meshwork
2023.01.07
Wang Xiyan:Burmese Python, From Wartime Delicacy to Today's Environmental Sentinels

As the first session of the special public program “Meshwork” accompanying the exhibition “Multispecies Clouds“ at Macalline Art Center, we are honored to have Dr. Wang Xiyan, anthropologist, tell us a legend about Burmese pythons in the Kinmen region, and explore the field practice of the "multi-species ethnography" method.
 

Meshwork
2022.12.27
Special Public Program: “Meshwork”

“Meshwork” is a special public program throughout the course of “Multispecies Clouds,” consisting of forums, lectures, conversations, podcasts, screenings and book clubs.We will invite practitioners from various fields to participate in this “entanglement” and to work together to create new indeterminate networks. 

Exhibition
2022.12.27
Multispecies Clouds

“Multispecies Clouds” marks the first chapter of a three-part research-based curatorial project, “Who Owns Nature?” forthcoming at the Macalline Art Center. In this exhibition, we seek to present a metaphor for new interspecies relationships.

Vortex
2023.02.11
Vortex
2023.01.06
He Zike:Before the Fireplace Goes Out, a Dream Drops by Air

Now, we will return to this old parlor again for another late-winter evening gathering, diving into the passage of the medium from between light and shadow, pixels and words, revisiting 1930 almost a century ago, and the old dreams of this lady annihilated in the dust of time and drops by air.

Exhibition
2022.09.25
I Imagine Angels

Perhaps no image is richer and more attuned to the symptoms of modernity than that of angels.

Macalline Art Center is a practice-oriented site focused on contemporary visual inventions. The Center engages with artists and art groups by building physical and online communities through events and research. The Center is guided by the working processes of artists, constantly re-defining and testing itself and renewing perceptual and cognitive systems in contemporary situations and contexts.