Public Taiwan

 

The moment I saw video art installations in the immigration area at the international airport, I had a good feeling about this country. Streamlined public transport system in Taipei and Taichung, great range of  food, fold-able bicycles, friendly  people, and free entry to most of  the great art museums.

The best part of Taiwan was seeing hand painted hazard lines on just about everything. It has become an addiction of mine to document street signs and hand-made contraptions I encounter in my travels.

 

 

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About Michael Meneghetti

The little personal details can often be overlooked in the hustle of the city, but somewhere on the edge I always manage to stumble upon a little bit of visual gold! When I can, I make performances that explore a state of masculinity and curate video art for public spaces.

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