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台灣月✕微波國際新媒體藝術節2020:後實錄
Taiwan Arts Festival ✕ Microwave International New Media Arts Festival 2020: Sharp Chronicles

2020-09-17

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藝術節開幕

日期時間:30.10.2020 18:30-21:00

主題展覽

日期時間:31.10-8.11.2020 12:00-20:00

地點:香港大會堂低座展覽廳

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實驗L場:生死牆

日期:1.11-15.11.2020

時間:
星期三-星期五 14:00-20:00
星期六-星期日 11:00-18:00

地點:Cabinet of Stories
中環士丹頓街15號一樓

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節目簡介

今年策展主題以媒體藝術出發探討藝術在社會上的角色,從而追蹤及尋找「真相」,並以此手段導向追尋烏托邦的精神。主題展請來不同國家的藝術家、科學家及科技人員合作。其中參展的台灣媒體藝術家陶亞倫,將展出其著名的虛擬實景之作《科技威權》和《徘徊的幽靈No.5》,作品中充滿濃厚的哲學性反思與辯証。

今年的Project Room 實驗L場展出四位台港兩地的創作人(台:方序中、吳仲倫,港:鄺佳玲、趙浩權)聯手合作的超媒體節目《生死牆》-以文學連動媒體一起說故事,把人文社會上重要的命題透過媒體平台發佈,遊走線上線下,讓觀眾穿梭於故事之中,思考生命的價值。


藝術家簡介

陶亞倫 (台灣)

現任國立政治大學傳播學院教授,為台灣新媒體藝術的先鋒。曾獲馬德里現代數位科技影音藝術節「最佳新媒體藝術裝置獎」及台灣當代藝術最具代表性的獎項。陶氏曾多次受邀為歐美及香港等地的駐場藝術家及舉辦大型個展。

方序中 (台灣)

究方社負責人、小花計劃發起人、跨界設計師

吳仲倫 (台灣)

導演、攝影師、視覺藝術家

鄺佳玲 (香港)

微波國際藝術節節目總監、媒體藝術策展人及顧問、專欄作家

趙浩權 (香港)

音樂人、聲音藝術家及唱片監製



Festival Grand Opening

Date/Time:30 OCT Fri 2020 18:30-21:00

Main Exhibition

Date/Time:31 OCT Sat - 8 NOV Sun 2020 12:00-20:00

Venue:Exhibition Hall, Low Block, Hong Kong City Hall

Free admission

Project Room Exhibition: About Life & Death

Date:1 NOV Sun - 15 NOV Sun 2020

Time:
Wed-Fri 14:00-20:00
Sat-Sun 11:00-18:00

Venue:Cabinet of Stories
1/F, 15 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong

Free admission

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About the programme

In Microwave 2020, the curatorial direction will be focused on how media technologies and creations enhanced “investigation” of “new truth” in this post-truth era. Collaborating with Taiwan Arts Festival, media artist Tao Ya-lun is invited to present his VR installations “Technological Totalitarianism” and “Ubiquitous Ghosts No.5” in the main exhibition; his work brims with dialectical logic and philosophical reflection that are intended to provoke viewers’ thoughts.

For Project Room Exhibition, four creatives (Taiwan: Joe Fang , Wu Chung-lun; Hong Kong: Joel Kwong and Edward Chiu) will join force together producing a Transmedia Storytelling Project entitled “About Life & Death”-audience could experience an immersive online to offline journey through this installation.


About the artist

Tao Ya-lun (Taiwan)

Pioneering new media artist in Taiwan, Tao is serving as a full-time faculty member at College of Communication of National Chengchi University. He was invited to the 9th Contemporary Audio-Visual & New Media Arts Festival (MADATAC) in Madrid, Spain, and won the New Media Art Installation Award. He was also granted by Taiwan Fellowship Program of Asian Cultural Council to visit the United States as exchange scholar, invited to be the artist-in-residency by Headland Center of the Arts in San Francisco and sponsored by Hong Kong Arts Development Council to be the first artist-in-residency at 1a space.

Joe Fang (Taiwan)

Founder of Joe Fang Studio, Project Initiator of Where have the Flowers Gone & Cross-media Designer

Wu Chung-lun (Taiwan)

Director, Photographer & Visual Artist

Joel Kwong (Hong Kong)

Programme Director of Microwave Festival, Media Art Curator & Consultant, and Columnist

Edward Chiu (Hong Kong)

Musician, Sound Artist & Record Producer