The Van Eyck is pleased to announce an exchange programme between the Jac. P. Thijsse Lab, the Van Eyck’s lab for Nature Research, and Bamboo Curtain Studio, an Artist-in-Residence space in Taipei, Taiwan. Bamboo Curtain Studio (BCS),
Time: 2017-11-19 5-7 pm
We welcome visual artists, performing artists, curators, engineers, architect designers, researchers and multidisciplinary artists/creators to submit your idea/work, which can freshen-up the potentials of social engagement. We look forward to seeing proposals that makes people WOW!
On 19th of August, “Nest” will be exhibited at Bamboo Curtain Studio, Dansui. The inspiration of the weaving installation artwork “Nest” was derive from the forest. The first phase “Returning to the Womb”, we focus on the exploration and transmutation of individual life; coming to the last phase, every elements is integrated. Through the installation artwork we pay our respect to mother earth. She is inclusive for all things on earth, no matter good or bad; She is open minded, extensive and fluid in one.
Our residency artist, Ellie Irons will show what she did in Taiwan! Topic: Invasive Pigments / Time: 2017/07/31 (Mon.) 19:30~21:00 / Venue: Etat Forum *Etat Forum will perform LIVE for this lecture, please check http://www.etat.com/forum/
BCS is like a dreamland in which art can be found anywhere. Upon entering the main gate of the studio, one may discover an installation by artist WU Yi Chien titled “Document XIV” on the ground. Phonetic symbols composed of inset terra cotta bricks in cement spell out the names of artists who had worked and shown at BCS from 1996-2000 in chronological order.