Wan Wansui, a video installation by Yao Jui-chung, is among the artworks exhibited at “Visiting No.15 Liumagou”, the first ever Green Island Human Rights Art Festival, in Taiwan. Wan Wansui, a video installation by Yao Jui-chung, is among the artworks exhibited at “Visiting No.15 Liumagou”, the first ever Green Island Human Rights Art Festival, in Taiwan.
Wan Wansui, a video installation by Yao Jui-chung, is among the artworks exhibited at “Visiting No.15 Liumagou”, the first ever Green Island Human Rights Art Festival, in Taiwan.

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Taiwan’s brutal White Terror period revisited on Green Island: confronting demons inside a former prison

  • Thousands of political prisoners were incarcerated in a notorious prison under Chiang Kai-shek’s rule
  • The Human Rights Art Festival at the former penitentiary is helping Taiwan reconcile its past

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Wan Wansui, a video installation by Yao Jui-chung, is among the artworks exhibited at “Visiting No.15 Liumagou”, the first ever Green Island Human Rights Art Festival, in Taiwan. Wan Wansui, a video installation by Yao Jui-chung, is among the artworks exhibited at “Visiting No.15 Liumagou”, the first ever Green Island Human Rights Art Festival, in Taiwan.
Wan Wansui, a video installation by Yao Jui-chung, is among the artworks exhibited at “Visiting No.15 Liumagou”, the first ever Green Island Human Rights Art Festival, in Taiwan.
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