Re-Re: Reshaping the Notion of Resistance is a series of programmes accompanying the exhibition, A Hundred Years of Shame – Songs of Resistance and Scenarios for Chinese Nations, on view at Para Site in 2015. The series consists of three events, each exploring from different perspectives the appropriate attitudes of artistic creation and cultural production in the face of nationalism.
The final event in the public programme series accompanying the exhibition includes a concert from the Guangdong-based indie folk bandand Hong Kong-based . Preceding the performances is a conversation between cultural critic to discuss the development of independent bands in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, as well as the formation of the fictional record label “Xi Kang Records,” which was established especially for A Hundred Years of Shame. Named after the subversive scholar and musician of the Three Kingdoms period, Xi Kang (223–262 CE), the label represents a wide variety of recording artists who produce music of discontent from across the Chinese-speaking world, selected by , in addition to sound culture and independent music researchers and curators and independent musicians
The Real Imagination of “Xi Kang Records”
5:30pm – 7:00pm
Speakers: Moderator: The session will be conducted in Mandarin.
Xi Kang Records presents Re-Re Concert
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