"In recent years, globalization has been widely critiqued for promoting unfair labor practices and destroying local identities, values and environments.
At the same time, international artists, curators and gallerists are pursuing innovative practices that both celebrate the possibilities of global production and subvert assumptions that, despite the best advances in modern media, the world can be understood from an absolute or universally shared perspective. Globalization, strangely, has been a tremendous catalyst in showing us just how diverse and varying human sensibilities and values can be. While the 21st century confronts us with unprecedented moral, ethical and cultural dilemmas, it is also proving, in its early stages, to be intensely stimulating as old conventions give way to unique points of view. Indeed, nowhere has this been more evident than in the world of art, where the past decade alone has seen tremendous change."

Elaine W. Ng, ArtAsiaPacific, nº 55, Setembro/Outubro 2007