James T. Hong is a filmmaker and artist based in Taiwan. He has produced works about Heidegger, Spinoza, Japanese biological warfare, the Opium Wars, and racism and most recently completed a documentary about nationalism and disputed territory in the East China Sea. He is currently researching the concept of morality in East Asia and recently presented a new experimental work about Nietzsche and metempsychosis, Nietzsche Reincarnated as a Chinese Woman, at the 2016 Taipei Biennial. In New York, his Terra Nullius or: How to Be a Nationalist (2015) screens at UnionDocs on February 16 at 7:30 pm and at the Guggenheim Museum (News Corporation New Media Theater, Sackler Center for Arts Education) on February 17 and 18 at 1pm as part of its Tales of Our Time exhibition.