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Mythification of national discourses in Poster Design: rethinking expressions of Chineseness in the globalized world

WONG, Wendy Siuyi;

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This paper takes the position of post-colonial and cultural studies theories, with particular focus on Rey Chow’s (1998) discussion of Chineseness. The author borrows Chow’s critiques, along with other works on the studies of Chineseness, as a framework to interpret the different identities projected in posters by designers from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan awarded in Hong Kong International Poster Triennial, from 2001 to 2010.

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Palavras-chave: Poster Design, Chineseness studies, National identity, Postcolonial studies, Cultural studies,

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DOI: 10.5151/design-icdhs-089

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WONG, Wendy Siuyi; "Mythification of national discourses in Poster Design: rethinking expressions of Chineseness in the globalized world", p. 402-407 . In: Farias, Priscila Lena; Calvera, Anna; Braga, Marcos da Costa & Schincariol, Zuleica (Eds.). Design frontiers: territories, concepts, technologies [=ICDHS 2012 - 8th Conference of the International Committee for Design History & Design Studies]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2012. São Paulo: Blucher, 2014.
ISSN 2318-6968, ISBN: 978-85-212-0692-7
DOI 10.5151/design-icdhs-089

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