The exhibition allows visitors to experience the antarctic journey through AR, internet digital technology, bodily sensations, recreated scenes of polar day and polar night, adventure forums, and the shooting of documentaries to create a comprehensive adventure of ice, snow, and rocks on our subtropical island.
「Pingtung Thing」- inspired by the movements of the sun, rising from the east and setting in the west, signifying the daily schedules and routines of the attentive Pingtung farmers. From humble tradition to exquisite curation.
The Chinese film industry has seen better days and the film awards ceremony wants to reaffirm not only its position as a prestigious film awards in the Chinese speaking world but to encourage and motivate all filmmakers to strive on regardless of the social or political issues that they face.
The 30th Golden Melody Awards is a milestone. Apart from being a celebration of the achievements so far, it is a chance to motivate and encourage the new generation of artists. There should be a touch of glamour but not so regal that it feels too polished and unreal. The awards ceremony hopes to capture more of the younger audience in the Chinese speaking region.
Culture is the philosophy of livings; to Taitung, it is truly experience. 2019 Taiwan Creative Expo – Taitung Pavilion is themed as Authentic Experience for Living Philosophy, which is the core concept of curation. With daily objects collection and music of life’s pulsing rhythm, the exhibition will lead visitors to feel lands on this island and endless ocean, as if living of Taitung is vivid in front of your eyes.
Titled Déjà vu: Re-Envisioning Market/Place, the exhibition revolves around the U-mkt’s development and cooperates with artists from different fields. This exhibition employs diverse techniques of survey and documentation to capture and portray the mysterious sense of déjà vu, whereby the soul of and a blueprint for next-generation markets can be outlined.
RETHINK Kaohsiung Design Big City’s visual integration concepts find their roots in the imagery of Kaohsiung as a port city. Within the city’s harbors, ideas and goods are collected and then redistributed in all directions, much like a Rubik’s cube being turned in several directions at once. With regard to the design process, we started from observation and understanding, followed up by acts of translation and editing to then establish a language of design.
A return to the original power source—hydroelectricity. Among the clear, flowing rivers, a reservoir reflects a web of power lines. We are reminded of the relationship between nature, electricity, and society—as well as the efforts of those whom have successfully girded these connections.
A song, a story; an album, an exhibition. Multiple musicians and artists were invited to gently remind everyone to value the things that are gradually leaving us. While the exhibition takes place at MOCA Taipei, the musical pieces have also been compiled into a resoundingly successful album.
The focus of this exhibition was on the creation of a series of public connections throughout Taichung’s historical center, as well as on the use of design perspectives to see new possibilities for Gateway Taichung’s cultural resources. This exhibition had its origins in Repair (of cultural sites) as it worked to Reconnect (the public with those sites) and finally introducing the concept of Reuse (i.e. integrating Gateway Taichung’s historical sites among the spheres of daily life).
Butterflies hover among flowers in a stretch of space without clear boundaries. Akihisa Hirata believes that the interface between human and architecture may be able to mingle and intertwine. Wandering in the all-white space vast as the sea and among the display islands, it is here that man, space, and the artworks converge, mingle, and encounter a new manmade nature.
Tracing Taiwan’s terrain in the design field, “ONE MAP —— Taiwan Design Arts Exhibition” explores the birth of emerging brands and aesthetics pursuit. Through multi-sensory immersion, it charts the unified cultural landscape and creative map of modern Taiwanese design and lifestyle. With the endeavour to inspire indigenous resources harness that is irreplaceable, the chosen designs seek to demonstrate an organic creative prowess to be reckoned with.
The four exhibition areas are designed by integrating the local condition of Pintung, based on the concept of introduction, elucidation, transition, and sum. Through physical pictures and digital multimedia installations, visitors experience a deep journey with touching stories and vicissitudes of life.
Monopoly Waterworks is an interactive theatre developed with level design commonly used in the video game industry. We blend sound, theatre, interface and game design into a black box. Audiences are surrounded by audio-visuals with stage lighting effects of an imaginary water department. Their only mission is to maintain the water supply of the city and overcome emergency situations together with Mr. Monopoly.
The Hz Museum was established by Vivo Creative Design Studio. The purpose is to allow “sound” to be communicated in a more primitive way through the exhibition experience and theme curation. “Soundscape” connotation in the exhibition space through cultural creation, experience and listening, shaping various co-creation aspects.