The Jut Art Museum, located in the heart of Taipei, is also where the Jut Foundation's debut exhibition of "Museum of Tomorrow" is held. After ten years of circuit shows across the city, the exhibition is now back to where it all started, becoming a showpiece in the heartland of the city and urban inhabitation.
As an up-and-coming art establishment, JAM serves to explore what our future might hold, and transdisciplinary issues. The curation process of JAM is three-pronged: future, urban architecture, and contemporary art.
Japanese architect Jun Aoki is tasked with spacing designs of JAM. The identification system is developed by Atsuki Kikuchi. This is their first museum collaboration project in Taiwan. JAM – a statement of both sophistication yet cutting-edge conception – is downtown's new architectural and art landmark; and it is poised at remaking and bringing new energy into Taipei's cityscape.