Alumni Events

REWOVEN: Innovative Fiber Art

March 16, 2017 - June 20, 2017

Rewoven: Innovative Fiber Art is a collaboration between the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan, Taiwanese American Arts Council, New York, the Godwin-Ternbach Museum, Queens Colleege and the QCC Art Gallery / CUNY. The exhibition showcases twenty-four artists whose extraordinary creativity and commitment to nature, environmental, and social issues are addressed in a convergence of painted, woven, netted, sewn, assembled and installed artworks. 

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Exhibition / Taiwan

You are the Sunshine of my Life - 2017 Treasure Hill Light Festival

March 25, 2017 - May 14, 2017

Coming from the concept of love and relationship, I invited ten pairs of lovers - who also are artists - to collaborate. Many decades ago, there were a group of people decided to build their homes at Treasure Hill, and they lived here with their loved ones. Treasure Hill was actually a living space, and now it is an ocean for artists to create.

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Grantee: Wu Dar-Kuen

Exhibition / Taiwan

STUPIN.ORG Kuo I-Chen Solo Exhibition

February 18, 2017 - April 15, 2017

STUPIN.ORG, Kuo's solo exhibition at TKG+ Projects, is the first embodiment of the studio-swap residency. In converting the gallery space into an artist's studio, and bringing together the cradle for art, the finished work, and the commercial end, Kuo investigates the relationship between the artist, the work, and the space it occupies. For this exhibition, Kuo swaps studios with Portuguese artist Filipe Cortez, who works across such mediums as performance, oil painting, sculpture, and installation in surveying the ephemeral landscape of memory, time, and the city through his site-specific work. Cortez and Kuo will continue their respective practices in each other's hometown — Cortez in Taipei, Taiwan and Kuo in Porto, Portugal — and connect the two cities through their experiences of cultural exchange and networking.
On the platform of STUPIN, every artist's studio is a residence, and every artist can be a local cultural guide. Through the act of sharing, every city can be a studio for you. The pronunciation of "STUPIN" is similar to that of "stupid," which echoes the foolishness of an artist absorbed in art making; the same foolishness that leads to unexpected outcomes. Hence the STUPIN philosophy: to face the future with an open mind, to keep moving forward into the unknown. Be STUPIN! Be smart!   
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Grantee: Kuo I-Chen

Exhibition / Taiwan


February 18, 2017 - April 9, 2017

新時代的來臨,西部的進步帶來生活的矛盾與價值牴觸,使得島嶼東部出現另一種可能。壯闊的大地、無情的自然、簡單的人文,必定有它的意義。康德(I.Kant)在他的《判斷力批判》(The Critique of Judgment)中提及崇高與壯美,他說由於自然對象的巨大體積或力量超過想像力所能掌握時,於是在人心中會喚起一種要求對對象予以整體把握的「理性理念」來掌握和戰勝對象,從而對對象的恐懼、畏避的痛苦,轉化為對自身(即人)尊嚴、勇敢的肯定而生快感。這種審美特質在於它不是和諧優美那種,而是在愉快中包含痛苦,痛苦中又含有愉快。



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Grantee: Losin Idas


March 30, 2017 - April 2, 2017

FreeSteps is the project launched by Su Wei-chia of HORSE Dance Theatre in 2013, aiming to explore the most primitive status of dance and to re-develop the possibilities of dancing. The latest production follows the creative theme of the project, that is, creating various possible imaginations through the dancers’ figures, dancing steps, movements, emotions and rhythms so as to explore the human feelings, status, roles and relations. Presented by two experienced Taiwanese dancers, Chen Wu-kang and Chou Shu-Yi, FreeSteps brings to you the most refreshed feelings toward the bodies.

3/30-4/1 19:30; 4/2 14:30

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Exhibition / Taiwan


February 18, 2017 - March 26, 2017


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Grantee: Yao Jui-Chung

Exhibition / Hong Kong


February 15, 2017 - March 14, 2017

世界畫廊(Galerie du Monde)呈獻台灣藝術家吳季璁(1981年生於台灣台北)的首次香港個展《憬》,展期自2017年2月16日至3月14日。吳季璁熱衷於對影像的解讀與創作,其作品透過不同的媒材如攝影、錄像與裝置,挑戰觀者對真實及自然世界的固有概念。《憬》以豐富的創作系列全面介紹藝術家十年中的藝術發展脈絡。世界畫廊(Galerie du Monde)首次呈獻吳季璁從未公開展出過的全新作品系列《布紋習作》(2014-2017年)、近期錄像作品。同時展出的亦有藝術家具標誌性的氰版攝影作品,以及大型場地特定裝置作品《水晶城市007》。

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Grantee: Wu Chi-Tsung

3-Legged Dog – Huang Yi & Kuka

March 2, 2017

Huang Yi & Kuka is a film shot in 2D and 3D that attempts to capture the unique performance and relationship between choreographer, media artist and dancer Huang Yi and an eight foot tall Kuka industrial robot. Filmed over eight days with twelve cameras, 3LD attempted to capture the film inside out and directed, produced, and edited the film as part of 3LD’s cross platform production program 3LD/3D+.

3-Legged Dog exists to produce new, original works in theatre, performance, dance, media and hybrid forms. 3LD’s mission is to explore narrative possibilities created by digital technology; to foster self-expression and skill in artists through training initiatives; and to provide an open environment free of censorship for our artists to create new tools and modes of expression so that they can excel across a range of disciplines.

From their home, 3LD Art & Technology Center in Lower Manhattan, 3-Legged Dog has built an unrivaled talent magnet, drawing artists from throughout our urban community and around the globe to create large-scale, immersive and technology-driven art projects in New York City.

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