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OCEANIC SIGNAL
2007
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Yao Chung-Han
OCEANIC SIGNAL
2007
Single-channel video , ,
02’04’’
OCEANIC SIGNAL
2007
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"The ink is slowly flowing, the light is partially glistening and the sound is clamorously rumbling"

The flowing ink divides many sections in the water.The lights from different directions are used to augment the events happening in these sections. Ink, light and sound form a sea- and mountain-like flowing scenery. The most intriguing part of this work is that except the slowly flowing ink, other variables all undergo radical changes. The contrast constructed by these two enables me to notice how the ink slowly forms an abstract scene.

I used video-shooting device to extend the space concept emphasized in the work of sound to the media of images; that is, to use a computer program to analyze the figure of the sound frequency and then to convert this figure into the parameter used to control the lighting at the shooting scene.

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9 artworks / 90 exhibition
New Media Art
YAO Chung-Han hold an MFA in Technological and Art from Taipei National University of the Arts. He employs the corresponding and contrasting relations of light and sound trigger viewers’ imagination of physical senses. A pioneer in Taiwan’s sound ...
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Yao Chung-Han, 2007, New Media Art
Yao Chung-Han, 2008-2011, New Media Art
Yao Chung-Han, 2011, New Media Art
Yao Chung-Han, 2008, New Media Art
Yao Chung-Han, 2005, New Media Art
Yao Chung-Han, 2013, New Media Art
Yao Chung-Han, 2010-2012, New Media Art
Yao Chung-Han, 2008-2010, New Media Art