This book argues that the value of Off-Site Art lies in the fact that art should not be confined to a gallery; instead, art manifests its power in everyday life. Further argues that a specific approach to curating, Off-Site Art Curating, is required. The task of Off-Site Art Curating is to create a support system that mediates between the diverse forces in operation in order to ensure that art is valued as art itself rather than merely playing a subsidiary role serving political, economic or another purposes. As a distinct mode of art production, Off-Site Art refers to works in temporary exhibitions which are held away from traditional gallery spaces and create their own time-space on site, usually being ‘site-specific'', ‘context-sensitive'' and ‘audience participation''. Several cases in Taiwan (1987-2007) are taken to examine four primary aspects: Off-Site Art Curating and Politics; Off-Site Art Curating and Business; Off-Site Art Curating and Urban Regeneration; Off-Site Art Curating and the Community.