Arts and Culture
The article derives from the case study of increasing wave of art events by Taiwanese, and indigenous ethnic groups, which take participatory art as commoning practice after the Sunflower Movement. With the raising awareness of Taiwan and indigenous independency, these participatory art projects serves as a platform for political transformation. This paper is a self-reflection of the artist’s critical engagement with theories and political ends of decolonization, anti-Sinocentrism, reshaping indigeneity and constructing epistemological justice in her practice-led research. The sensory turns of art through commoning practice will also be explored in greater detail.