“Traversing the Fantasy II,” 2010. Exhibition view at TheCube Project Space, Taipei. Courtesy TheCube Project Space
TheCube Project Space is an independent art space devoted to the research, production, and presentation of contemporary art. Located in a forty-year-old apartment building on a bustling alley next to a traditional market in south Taipei, TheCube has held programs since its opening in August 2010, including curatorial art projects, development of individual and collective works, public forums, screenings, and publications.
Founded by independent curator Amy Cheng and music critic Jeph Lo, TheCube aims to explore local culture in depth, connect people from diverse backgrounds, establish long-term relationships with artists and participants, and promote cultural exchanges between Taiwan and the international community. This has also led to an evolving and ongoing series of talks and workshops given by musicians, artists, cultural activists, and critics.