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Decriminalization of Taiwanese Indigenous Hunting Rifles
2014
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2014
Single-channel video
31'40"
2014
Single-channel video
31'40"
2014
Single-channel video
31'40"
2014
Single-channel video
31'40"
2014
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The term “decriminalization” refers to a situation where a previously illegal activity or action is designated legal. When legal behavior is suddenly reclassified as illegal, that is called “criminalization.” In a civilized society, how is it that the traditional hunting of indigenous peoples results in them being subject to the legal system of a different culture? In the past, hunters were the pride of the tribe, but they are now labeled criminals by the legal system because the prevailing political-economic system declines to respect cultural diversity. By focusing on one example and creating a work , the artist identifies this phenomenon and highlights the contradictory nature of existing law. ( Translation by TB2014)

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