ARTISTS： HISANO Shino , KASHIMI Nanako , YU Ya-Lan , HSIEH Yi-Ju
2014.05.24 - 2014.06.28
In reminiscence, upon a hill, we overlooked a colourful field. Our splendid smile, inclusive conversation by the side of a mirrored image of cloud and skylight on the surface of lake, together, life was like a sweet song with beautiful melody circling around flowers and woods. That space was actually a projected image twinkling.
Reality is somewhere out there / Somewhere is there on string – Exhibition concept
The concept of the dual exhibition
When comes to think about what we know about this universe and all the being within it are projections, and the reality of these existence is actually somewhere else, we seem enter an invented world all of a sudden. This world probably exists in an indefinite memory, where nothing is certain or actual, and our most wonderful imagination may happen. Yet by imagining the look of the other side, how can we be sure that this somewhere, which projects the illusion of our universe, is a genuine actuality but not another projection? The place that is so difficult to imagine is just like a string that can be seen as path by ants. For human, a string is one-dimension that requires practice and talent to walk on. However, for ants, a string is a two-dimensional surface that they can stroll on without any problem.
- Referenced and excerpt from ‘Are we living in a HOLOGRAM? Physicists believe our universe could just be a projection of another cosmos’, published 12 December 2013, Mail Online,
, on 16 May 2014.
Written by TSAI Ming-Jiun
To be continued with…
Somewhere is there on string
ARTISTS： CHEN I-Chun , CHANG Ting-Ya , YANG Yi-Shiang , CHAO Lu-Chia
2014.07.05 - 2014.08.09
In memory, into the universe, we self-reflectively projected a gloomy image. Our shadowy nightmare and paradoxically stern thoughts deconstructed space and time in some place obscure. Existence was like a resentful comedy, and our imagination roamed and stalked in-between scenes of tales. That world sincerely explored its prototype shimmering.