Ephemera No.1, No.2 and No.3
- Fri 2520:00-21:00
Ephemera is a quasi-biological audio-visual that is operated by a real-time program. Use sound recorded in the local as a sample, calculating a kind of natural model by the algorithm, and controlling the quasi-biological’s body, calling, and the dynamic of moving back and forth. Based on an environmental element, to re-analogy the natural form through the computer program. In the opposite way to think about the relationship between civilization and nature. The origin of life may be regarded as some kind of the most cutting-edge technology, and technological progress may only try to approach some kind of original nature.
Wu Siuo-Ming (TW)
Wu Siou Ming is a Kaohsiung-based media artist. His multi-disciplinary works in sound, digital video, installation and electronic music have been widely presented across Taiwan. Ming’s site-specific projects explore phenomenology and human perception along with social issues facing urban spaces in his hometown: economic injustice, youth protest and unsustainable environmental practices. His installations and performances have won him numerous awards from prestigious organizations. And his artworks have been presented in U.S, U.K, Europe and Asia.