They held different views on AIR programs in general, and had gained much energy from their own residency experiences abroad. How did Open Contemporary Art Center, Taipei Artist Village, and artistsYu-An Liao, Yi-Hsin Tzeng see the process of Residency Mobility?
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March 8th 2014 was the day that an alliance of culture activists in three countries, Japan, Korea and Taiwan, have signed a declaration out on a boat off Tokyo Bay’s international waters. That cold wintry ride is for a serious purpose.
The small-sized workshop incorporated animation and story writing, two forms of expression that appeal to the younger generation, and was co-instructed by animation director Shu-Man Chang and artist Wu Mali. All participants created their own short animation films at the end of the workshop.
Pei-Hsuan Wang and Joan Chang, resident artists at Bamboo Curtain Studio, along with the residents in the Zhuwei area made the traditional Red Envelopes together.
Margaret Shiu talked about the stories of Bamboo Curtain Studio in the past 19 years, including the exhibitions by Tsong Pu, Michael Lin, Wang Te-Yu, as well as the recent efforts in conducting international artistic exchange and in the construction of a digital platform for residency sites worldwide. Bamboo Curtain Studio is not only a cradle for artists, but also an incubator and broadcaster for the arts and culture in Taiwan.
Resident Artists Masanori Fujiki and Tetsushi Tomita Returns to Japan to Share their Experiences of Taiwan
Back in January, 2013, curator Zian Chen and artist Ting Chaong Wen were invited to experience life at Hokkaido, Japan, through an artist exchange program between Bamboo Curtain Studio and the Sapporo2 Project in Japan.
“2014 International Residency Project” calls for three categories: cross discipline arts; ecology and environment; community engagement. In 2014, BCS will provide five artists with either a free studio or accommodation space (a choice of only one) for up to two months.