The ever-changing world presents us with a dynamic movie that continuously evolves, featuring an expanding range of moving images. How will this movie be created, evaluated, and experienced?
To answer these questions, Eugenio Viola, the current exhibition curator, and Su Hui-Yu, the artist, will engage in a dialogue titled "Images in Move" with two distinguished experts: Sing Song-Yong, a prominent scholar who has extensively researched video art and cinema in Taiwan, and Tessa Maria Guazon, the curator of the University of the Philippines Vargas Museum and curator of the Philippines Pavilion at the 2022 Venice Biennale. Together, the speakers will also provide their insights and thoughts on the artist's latest film and its thematic relevance.
During the exhibition period, the artist Su Hui-Yu will transform the gallery space into a film production studio and shooting location, where selected actors, invited speakers, and gallery visitors will collaborate to create a site-specific film. Throughout the exhibition, visitors will have the opportunity to view completed film segments, with new segments being added each week. Finally, during the last few days of the exhibition, the completed version of the film will be screened for the public. This is a unique chance to witness and participate in the creative process and gain valuable insights. Don't miss out!