PROGRAM X-SITE 2018 Exhibition VI
for Taipei Fine Arts Museum

X-site計畫」以美術館戶外廣場為基地,從「建築裝置」尋找其他多元語意或美學的可能性,透過每年公開徵件,選出一件臨時性建築裝置,作為結合建築與藝術事件(Event)所形構的體驗式空間,激發民眾對環境關係的重新感知和關注。

OO》以鷹架、浪板作為構造主體和擬人化的泡泡動力裝置,將日常工務的視覺經驗精煉提升至藝術層次,賦予不可見的氣流運作為一個可見的形式,為我們帶來突破以往的身體經驗,為理所當然開放或公共性,注入一股叛逆、一個提問,或者一個對於本屆命題:「關於工務所的行動研究(In Progress)」以及美術館空調修繕事件相對精確的回應。

展覽時間. 2018.06.02 – 07.29
展覽地點. 臺北市立美術館 Taipei Fine Arts Museum​ 

Program X-Site seeks to expand the syntax and aesthetics of architecture by presenting an architecturally themed installation in the Museum’s outdoor plaza. Work for this limited engagement, experiential event is acquired through a public call for entries and blends art and architecture to encourage new perceptions of spatial relations.

OO is a dynamic installation primarily constructed of scaffolding and corrugated fiber-reinforced plastic board, and includes three bubble machines that are anthropomorphized with human names. A construction site is raised to the level of art, and invisible air currents are given visible form. The installation encourages us to reconsider past bodily experiences, to inject some rebellion or doubt into what is assumed to be open or public, and is an accurate response to the theme of In Progress or the renovations at the Museum.

. Exhibition Identity : O.OO
. Client: Taipei Fine Art Museum
. Year: 2018

PROGRAM X-SITE 2018 Exhibition Digital file
for Taipei Fine Arts Museum

X-site計畫」以美術館戶外廣場為基地,從「建築裝置」尋找其他多元語意或美學的可能性,透過每年公開徵件,選出一件臨時性建築裝置,作為結合建築與藝術事件(Event)所形構的體驗式空間,激發民眾對環境關係的重新感知和關注。

OO》以鷹架、浪板作為構造主體和擬人化的泡泡動力裝置,將日常工務的視覺經驗精煉提升至藝術層次,賦予不可見的氣流運作為一個可見的形式,為我們帶來突破以往的身體經驗,為理所當然開放或公共性,注入一股叛逆、一個提問,或者一個對於本屆命題:「關於工務所的行動研究(In Progress)」以及美術館空調修繕事件相對精確的回應。

展覽時間. 2018.06.02 – 07.29
展覽地點. 臺北市立美術館 Taipei Fine Arts Museum​ 

Program X-Site seeks to expand the syntax and aesthetics of architecture by presenting an architecturally themed installation in the Museum’s outdoor plaza. Work for this limited engagement, experiential event is acquired through a public call for entries and blends art and architecture to encourage new perceptions of spatial relations.

OO is a dynamic installation primarily constructed of scaffolding and corrugated fiber-reinforced plastic board, and includes three bubble machines that are anthropomorphized with human names. A construction site is raised to the level of art, and invisible air currents are given visible form. The installation encourages us to reconsider past bodily experiences, to inject some rebellion or doubt into what is assumed to be open or public, and is an accurate response to the theme of In Progress or the renovations at the Museum.

. Exhibition Identity : O.OO
. Client: Taipei Fine Art Museum
. Year: 2018

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