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【台北機電人2.0訊息瘟疫 | 張碩尹、鄭先喻、Dino】

  • 展期

    日期:2020-09-19 ~ 2020-11-01

  • 地點

    台北市羅斯福路四段136巷1弄13號2樓

  • 參展藝術家

    張碩尹、鄭先喻、Dino

  • ===For English Please Scroll Down===

    @立方計劃空間
    開幕:9/19(六),4pm-7pm
    表演:9/19(六)3-4pm、9/25(五)7-8pm
    展覽:9/19 - 11/1,週三~週日,2-8pm

    @龍泉市場
    展覽:9/16 - 9/23,6 - 11pm


    《台北機電人2.0:訊息瘟疫》為張碩尹、鄭先喻、廖銘和(Dino)的合作計劃,其利用數位科技將網路酸文與假資訊等「垃圾訊息」回收再利用,成為驅動機械裝置與噪音表演的創作材料,並在立方計劃空間與龍泉市場舉行系列展覽與表演活動,探討在疫情時代下資訊如何被製造、加工、生產、交換、循環與傳播。

    自武漢市華南海鮮市場到世界各地,菜市場(濕市場)為全球疫情路徑圖的起始點,在這個生鮮與腐敗、生命與死亡、人與動物共存的平台上,病毒、寄生蟲、細菌得以在血液與油脂之間跨物種傳播。濕市場也是網際網路的隱喻,在數位科技架構的虛擬空間中,意義、語言、文字、圖像如同病毒,傳染力強並且傳播快速的訊息瘟疫(infodemic)形塑了當代政治。從被刻意扭曲資訊所影響的2016年英國公投、遭網軍攻擊的法國2017年大選、到台海兩岸角力的資訊戰場,大量生產的偏頗訊息構築了一真假難解的後真實世界。而在疫情期間所流傳的5G傳病論、注射漂白水殺毒論、疫苗陰謀論,假訊息更構成大眾公共衛生威脅。

    《台北機電人2.0:訊息瘟疫》以鄭先喻的網路裝置為起始點,其即時擷取網路酸文與假資訊等「垃圾訊息」,將其回收轉碼,成為連結立方計劃空間與龍泉市場等兩個場域的資訊串。

    龍泉市場位於台電大樓站,為一晨間營業的傳統市場。藝術家利用其夜間休業時間,舉行為期一週(九月十六至九月二十三日)的展覽。「垃圾訊息」將驅動藝術家與LFP香料香水實驗室共同製作的「氣味裝置」,其將跟隨著訊號的波動釋放多種特製香料,並結合燈光、聲音與影像,將市場轉化為一大型現地裝置,並透過嗅覺、聽覺與視覺改變觀者的空間感知。

    在立方計劃空間的展覽中,「垃圾訊息」則成為轉化為樂符,驅動張碩尹以電子廢料與菜市場生鮮蔬果所製作的機械裝置。這些「樂器」相互碰撞,彼此導電,創造音場,並和廖銘和(Dino)的噪音表演時而合奏、時而干擾,創造一訊號、廢料、食物之間的不協調音場。


    === 關於藝術家===

    ● 張碩尹
    為旅居西班牙台灣藝術家,國立政治大學學士,倫敦大學金匠學院 (Goldsmiths, University of London) 藝術碩士畢。其創作媒材跨及裝置、繪畫、表演與錄像,並結合科學、生物學、生物動力學等不同知識領域,反應人與科技、社會的關係。他的近期個展於德國萊比錫Kunstkraftwerk藝術中心、倫敦亞洲藝術中心、台北市立美術館、立方計畫空間舉行;並參與台北雙年展、廣州三年展、薩奇藝廊、 Compton Verney美術館、惠康基金會之群展與委託案。近期獲獎包括英國皇家雕塑學會獎、香港Art Central新晉菁英大獎。作品受台北市立美術館、巴西駐英大使館、韓國Noblesse Collection、墨西哥JM SR Collection典藏,與亞洲歐洲私人收藏。

    ● 鄭先喻�
    現職藝術家、軟體與機械開發人員。創作以電子裝置、軟體、生物能源實驗裝置為主,內容多在探討人類行為、情感、軟體與機械之間的關係,試圖以詼諧的方式去賦予作品某種生命象徵或是存在意義,藉此隱喻自身對於周遭環境的體會。其目前專注於生物學、電子、軟體等相關研究以及聲響、創作工具軟硬體的開發與創作,曾獲荷蘭YoungTalent入選、 台北數位藝術獎首獎、高雄獎新媒體類優選、銅鐘藝術獎。

    ● 廖銘和(DINO)
    為臺灣90年代噪音第二波代表人物,曾為知名團體「夾子」樂隊成員。他的創作標識著九零年代後半期臺北噪音運動在技術上走向純類比電子,在內涵上建立獨立美學之里程碑。DINO的電子音響來自於極其簡陋的模擬器材,利用線路雜音、靜電或麥克風回饋建立迴圈回路,在無音源的狀況下創造「買空賣空」的「再生音樂」(Recycle Music)。近年來DINO參與實驗電影、小劇場現場配樂製作,曾獲臺北電影節最佳音效獎。DINO對於英倫龐克文化及中國古典文化研究著力甚深,這些影響當可見於其作品之中。



    主辦單位|立方計劃空間
    協力單位|LFP香料香水實驗室、板橋435藝文特區
    贊助單位|中華民國文化部、台北市文化局
    設備贊助|洪建全教育文化基金會、Panasonic
    * 立方計劃空間由國藝會、台北市文化局、RC文化藝術基金會及陳泊文先生贊助營運

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    TAIPEI ROBOT MAN 2.0: INFODEMIC
    —Ting-Tong Chang, Hsien-Yu Cheng and Dino


    @The Cube Project Space:
    Opening:19th September, 2020, 4-7pm
    Performance:
    1. 19th September, 2020, 3-4pm
    2. 25th September, 7-8pm
    Exhibition: 19th September-1st November, 2020 (Wednesday-Sunday 2-8pm)

    @Longquang Market:
    Exhibition: 16th September - 23rd September, 2020, 6-11pm

    "Taipei Robot Man 2.0: Infodemic" is a collaborative project between Ting-Tong Chang, Hsien-Yu Cheng and Dino. It utilises digital technologies to transform online trolls and fake news into creative materials for kinetic sculptures and noise music. Aiming to explore how information is produced, processed, circulated and disseminated in the era of the pandemic, the project consists of a series of exhibitions and performances that take place in the Cube Project Space and Longquan wet market.
    From Wuhan South China Seafood Wholesale Market to many parts of the world, the global pandemic is believed to have originated from the wet market. Wet markets are platforms of coexistence between humans and animals, the living and the dead, the fresh and the decay. The intermingling of blood and excrement allows interspecies transmission among viruses, parasites and bacterias. Wet markets are also a metaphor for the global digital culture—memes, ideas, customs, fashions, behaviours that spread through the internet. The infectious infodemic has shaped modern democracies. Mass misinformation campaigns promote deceptive, biased and inflammatory messages, often using bots or fake social media accounts. Computational propaganda is widely adapted as tactics during elections in Taiwan and elsewhere. From the 5G conspiracy theory, bleach injection to anti-vaccination, false information about the origin and treatment of the disease have also contributed to the current global health crisis.
    Central to "Taipei Robot Man 2.0: Infodemic" is Hsien-Yu Cheng’s piece of programming that captures and transcodes online trolls and fake news into a live data stream.
    In Longquan Market, a wet morning market located in Taipower Building Station, a one-week-exhibition is held using the off-business hours in the evening (2020/09/16-2020/09/23, 6 pm-11 pm). Working with LFP Perfume and Perfume Laboratory, the artists create a series of light installations and ‘scent devices’ that transform the market into a multisensory environment. Systemised by the data stream, it alters spectators’ perception of space through smell, colour and sound.
    In the Cube Project Space, the live data stream becomes ‘musical notes’ for Ting-Tong Chang’s kinetic instruments. Made of electronic waste and organic materials from the market, the instruments rotate, vibrate and conduct electricity. They form a musical ensemble with Dino's noise performance, and create an acoustic environment that synchronizes waste, food and electric signals.


    ABOUT THE ARTISTS

    Ting-Tong Chang
    Ting-Tong Chang is a Taiwanese artist based in Spain. He received his MFA at Goldsmiths, University of London, and has exhibited internationally, with solo exhibitions at Kunstkraftwerk Leipzig, Asia House London and Taipei Fine Arts Museum. He has participated in group shows and commissioned projects in Guangzhou Triennial, Taipei Biennial, Saatchi Gallery, Compton Verney Art Gallery and Wellcome Trust. Chang’s major awards include RBS Bursary Award 2015, RISE Award 2016 and VIA Arts Prize 2016. His works can be found in the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Embassy of Brazil London, Noblesse Collection Seoul, JM SR Collection Mexico and private collections in Europe and Asia.

    Hsien-Yu Cheng
    1984 born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Artist & Software developer based in Taipei now.
 Most of Cheng's works are electronic installations, software, experimental bio-electronic devices. His works are concerned with the relationship between human behavior, emotion, software and machine. He tries to bring out the meaning of life through his works that are filled with his own observation and feelings toward society & environment in a humorous way. He currently focuses on bioelectronic researches, such as free-energy, intelligent sound and developing creative art tools (software and hardware).

    Dino
    Once a member of the well-known band “The Clippers”, Dino is a representative of the Taiwanese second noise wave in the 90s’. His works demonstrate the noise movement in Taipei from the second half of the 90s, technically a transition towards pure analog electronic sound, a milestone to establish an independent aesthetics.
    Dino uses extremely simple analog equipment to create electronic sound, loop were generated from circuitry noise, static, or microphone feedback, a sort of “Recycle Music”.
    In recent years, Dino participates in experimental films and live music production for theater. He was awarded Best Sound Effects in Taipei Film Festival. Dino is particularly fond of British punk subculture and traditional Chinese classics, of which the influence can be found from his works.


    Organizer | the Cube Project Space
    Co-organizer | LFP Laboratory of Fragrance & Perfume and 435 Art Zone
    Sponsor | Ministry of Culture and Taipei Department of Cultural Affairs
    Multimedia equipment sponsor | Hong’s Foundation and Panasonic

    * TheCube Project Space is supported by National Culture and Arts Foundation, Department of Culture Affairs, Taipei City Government, RC Culture and Arts Foundation and Dr. Chen Po-Wen.

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