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URS127 to Hold Dadaocheng Impression Exhibitions for Tua-Tiu-Tiann International Festival of Arts

URS127 to Hold Dadaocheng Impression Exhibitions for Tua-Tiu-Tiann International Festival of Arts

The 2017 Tua Tiu Tiann International Festival of Arts will kick off on October 1. As part of the festival, the URS127 Art Factory will present a series of “Dadaocheng Impression” exhibitions to celebrate the theme of the event -- Together We Roar – throughout October.

The activities span various themes, from “Tua-Tiu-Tiann through a Foreign Lens” exhibition, “Weave-Rob-Sound-Process-Roam” audio art exhibition, “Why Street Photography” symposium, to “Searching for Dadaocheng Impression” raffle.

The works of TC Lin will showcase Dadaocheng’s historical buildings and traditional architecture through the lens of the Taiwanese photographer. Sound artists Nigel Brown, Chang Hui-sheng, and Yannick Dauby, are invited to wander around Dadaocheng, creating artworks using sounds recorded at the historic block. Street photographer Ethan Chiang will share with participants the theory and charisma of street photography.

To encourage visitors to get involved in the exhibition and feel the vibes of Dadaocheng, URS127 invites the public to explore the objects in the pictures on display and take photos with them. Those who upload the photos to the URS127’s Facebook page and leave their comments will be able to take part in a raffle for prizes!

The band –The Muddy Basin Ramblers – will bring impromptu music performances to enliven the opening event for the exhibitions at the ground floor of URS127 at 2:30 PM on October 1.

Visit URS127 Art Factory’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/urs127artfactory/)(Chinese) or Village Taipei (http://www.urstaipei.net/)(Chinese) to learn more about the event.

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  • Updated: 2017/9/28 17:33
  • Reviewed: 2017/10/2 15:18

  • Source: Department of Information Technology, Taipei City Government