radical collectives


Kunstuni Campus
Hauptplatz 6

05/09 | 11am—10pm
06—09/09 | 11am—8pm 
10/09 | 11am—6pm

When we look at our planet from the geological perspective of the Anthropocene, we see it as an ecosystem shaped by human activity, in which the layers of existence are closely interconnected and subject to vibrations. Epicentrum, an exhibition

of electronics, reveals how organic and inorganic matter are interwoven and set in motion. Through the lens of media art, the exhibition explores how media art in Taiwan is becoming a node where vibrations occur. Amidst a tense global situation, Taiwan is proving to be an epicenter of oscillations. Geologically located at the convergence of tectonic plates, its unique historical and geopolitical complexity has made it a contested territory. Questions of identity and sovereignty are fraught with complicated notions and the question of whether democracy can evolve or even be sustained is also an ongoing challenge. If art and technology remove the original barriers and bridge the boundaries between different realms, we can reshape the connections between ourselves and the environment and its vibrations.


Jia-Ming Day, Lien-Cheng Wang, Yen-Ju Lin


2ENTER (Cheng-Wei Chen, Chieh-Yi Chui, En-Chi Chuang, Ji-Rong Liou), Chang-En Ding, Zhe-Zhi Lin, Cheng-Hao Tsai, Chih-Yang Chen, Chu-Hsun Hsieh, Anchi Lin (Ciwas Tahos), Hsin-Yu Chang, Kun-Han Ho, Ssu-Chi Hou, Tso-Yu Chiang, Yueh-Jie Chen, Yun-Jieh Wu New Media Art Faculty | Chun-Chi Lin, Der-Lor Way, Fujui Wang, Goang-Ming Yuan, Jia-Ming Day, Lien- Cheng Wang, Jun-Jieh Wang, Shih-Wei Sun, Shu-Yu Lin, Yu-Hsiung Huang


Hsin-Yu Chang, Ting-Hao Yeh, Tsung-Yun Lai


Supported by National Culture and Arts Foundation (TAIWAN)