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Permeate
2002
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Chen Chun-Ming
Permeate
2002
Video Installation
Permeate
2002
Video Installation
Permeate
2002
Video Installation
Permeate
2002
Video Installation
Permeate
2002
Video Installation
Permeate
2002
Video Installation
Permeate
2002
Video Installation
Permeate
2002
Video Installation
Permeate
2002
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A penetrable wall destroys the absolute existence. In a chaotic space with ambiguous relationships, borders should be redefined.

It is a world of fluidity – a world of interpermeation, where inside, outside, illusion, reality, man, woman, brightness, darkness, happiness, or sadness permeates into each other. The warning sound for metro door closing encourages people to follow the arrow of time to rush into the penetrated area with sparkling light. The new energy is created, allowing ideologies to elaborate and expand after penetrating the wall. The energy gathers at the central trampoline stage. Starting from that point, the permeating energy promises the new world with a future with greater freedom and better possibilities.

Organized and performed by Jelly Fish Bloc, with participation of Mia Hsieh from A Moving Sound and Scott Prairie in the earlier stage, Permeate explores the future possibilities of art through new concepts and practices.

ARTISTS
11 artworks / 32 exhibition
Installation Art
Chen is the vice professor of Department of Cultural Industry, Taipei Municipal University of Education. In the beginning Chen devoted to painting. From 1997 to 1999, he studied art in New York and changed his style and medium into multimed ...
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