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The adventures in mount yu I
2010
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TU Pei-Shih
The adventures in mount yu I
2010
HQ stop-motion animation- single channeled-projection
Dimensions Variable /07'20''
The adventures in mount yu I
2010
HQ stop-motion animation- single channeled-projection
Dimensions Variable /07'20''
The adventures in mount yu I
2010
HQ stop-motion animation- single channeled-projection
Dimensions Variable /07'20''
The adventures in mount yu I
2010
HQ stop-motion animation- single channeled-projection
Dimensions Variable /07'20''
The adventures in mount yu I
2010
HQ stop-motion animation- single channeled-projection
Dimensions Variable /07'20''
The adventures in mount yu I
2010
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“The Adventures in Mount Yu I” delineated the ideal totalitarian world described in Song Ze-lai’s novel, Ruins of Taiwan, in which a serious explosion of a nuclear plant in 2010 turned the island into massive ruins (called TNN Village). People in the village lived within an extremely totalitarian system. Only eating, drinking, sex and the media remained as the important things in life. Nevertheless, the villagers were insensitive to the whole situation. The second halves interpreted different incidents of social struggle that really took place in 2010, and the narration turned from fictitious to realistic.

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5 artworks / 115 exhibition
Video Art
Tu, Pei-Shih(英文:杜珮詩)Tu Pei-Shih was born in Miaoli, Taiwan in 1981. After graduating from the Department of Fine Arts at National Taichung University of Education, she went to Goldsmiths’ College at University of London in 2005 and received her ma ...
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KEYWORDS
TU Pei-Shih, 2012, Video Art
TU Pei-Shih, 2007, Video Art
TU Pei-Shih, 2010, Video Art
TU Pei-Shih, 2008, Video Art