在地實驗策畫製作「悸動──調變王福瑞」展覽
在地實驗策畫製作「悸動──調變王福瑞」展覽
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悸動—調變王福瑞

Throbbing: Modulating Fujui Wang

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【6/7公告】因應COVID-19疫情第三級防疫延長至6/28,已超過原訂「悸動──調變王福瑞」展覽展期,原訂展覽取消。我們正申請延長展期至8/1(日)。實際可行性將視日後疫情狀況而定。敬請留意。

[ANNOUNCEMENT on June 7] Since the COVID-19 level 3 alert guideline remains until June 28, longer than the original duration exhibition Throbbing: Modulating Fujui Wang was scheduled. The original schedule was canceled and the organizer (ET@T) is applying to extend the exhibition duration ended on Aug. 1 (Sun). The feasibility will be reviewed according to the pandemic situation.

 • 時間 Time: 2021.05.15-06.20,週一暨國定假日休館 Closed on Mondays and National Holidays
 • 場次 Session: 13:00、14:00、15:00、16:00、17:00、18:00、19:00
 • 地點 Venue: VA Hub 虛擬藝術跨界實驗基地(104台北市中山區林森北路353巷20號B1)

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▚ 悸動──無所遁逃的不確定性 ▚ 

作品的體驗猶如一個精神指向的媒介,
像個不斷的流動的意識活水,
竄流觀眾身體內在和外在之間,
沖洗出意識中最純粹的部分,
讓觀眾體驗一種很原始的自我精神狀態,
進而活化和啟發觀眾的特殊體驗。

──王福瑞

「聲音」成立的前提是「身體」的辨認──包含了「聽覺」以及雙耳因此產生的「平衡感」與「空間方位感」。毫不意外地,數位科技持續地撼動身體慣有的感知能力,聲響與影像的對應關係亦早在電影問世後便不合邏輯、充滿幻術。「悸動──調變王福瑞」展覽的三件VR作品,則在虛擬技術中挑釁著感知:當身體進入虛擬空間中而不見肉身,更不見若遠似近、飛速竄動的聲源;當身體的移動觸發聲音與影像隨機產生,也意味著失去了藉由聆聽而錨定方位之力;當聲源只在VR視鏡中顯影而肉眼所見反倒如「虛擬」般隱形於現實世界。又更或者,當「影像巨大而迫近」所產生「異於日常」的歧異性,幾乎無異於觀看影廳巨型投影幕時的震撼與盲動欲力──既無從預料,亦無所遁逃。

以2020年底「好抖2020」電子音樂節(C-LAB臺灣聲響實驗室主辦)參展作品《悸動響》為起點,王福瑞本次展出《悸動響》全新製作,以及《悸動影》、《悸動光》。作品皆取樣自王福瑞歷年創作的經典元素如錯誤影像(Video Glitch)、聲點單體,王福瑞與C-LAB臺灣聲響實驗室、在地實驗開發迥異於過往,但依舊宣揚即時感官經驗的「聲音視覺」科技藝術作品,「調變」王福瑞。

 

 ▚ 作 品 ▚ 

悸動影 Throbbing Noise

《悸動影》如腦內皺摺如網的肌理光影,不斷的突變與光影閃爍;有如意識神經的電荷不斷的放電,緩緩地在放射與接收之間不斷的變化。透過視覺與聽覺的輕微刺激,慢慢探索感知神經的內在空間,激活腦內的神經元。閃光的流體,盤旋的音頻,呼應著腦內感知的運動,引領進入沈浸超驗的意識流動。

悸動響 Throbbing Sonic

《悸動響》的創作來自聲音的混種調變,與影像的合成流變過程;透過聲音與影像不斷的交互流動,聽覺與視覺同步激刺著感官神經,有著人、媒體與機器運算的交互不確定性。臺灣聲響實驗室應用Spat立體混響系統的3D音訊混合功能,與完整的立體聲學函式庫,在虛擬的3D環境中完全控制真實世界裡的音源的位置,創造錯誤影像(Video Glitch)的即興隨機資料錯移。影像則以瞬間移動、生成、組成、變形和裂解,演繹不可預知的不確定性。

作品展示所應用的16.2顆喇叭佈置而成的聲音矩陣,則以物件導向聲音的設計方式,把虛擬實境中的物件位置,以符合真實世界的距離、方位,回傳不同音壓、頻率。每一位觀眾的聽覺、視覺經驗都是獨一無二的,基於觀眾在展覽中的參與程度不同,也能得到不同回饋。

悸動光 Throbbing Light

《悸動光》由上百顆「聲點」單體所構成的大光球,每一顆聲點亂數運算產生不同頻率的噪音,同時聲音的頻率電流趨動不可見的紅外線。《悸動光》將普遍認知的虛擬實境經驗,藉由Oculus VR頭顯的顯像功能,逆回至與現實世界高度連動的「聲音視覺」作品。在現實場景我們看不見的紅外線光,透過VR頭顯我們看到實體存在的光在VR頭顯的世界,觀眾的移動同時牽動著虛擬世界的聲響縱深。
 

▚  NFT  作品抽贈  ▚ 

2021年「非同質代幣」(NFT),及其於數位藝術相關運用席捲全球。美籍數位藝術家Beeple的NFT作品在佳士得拍賣以6900萬美元售出,全然改寫藝術的定義,劃定「星際檔案系統」(IPFS)為藝術交易的熱門地景。

「悸動」展覽介入這個變幻莫測的嶄新地景,由王福瑞 X CoreGain共同創作極其獨特、即時運算的NFT作品。限量鑄造(mint)2^5(32)版。

凡購買展覽票券的觀眾,都有機會透過亂數抽選,獲贈此特製的NFT作品。熱愛數位藝術、科技藝術、聲音藝術、福瑞藝術,以及不能再不瞭解區塊鏈(blockchain)系統的粉絲,謹請火速搶票!

➤亂數抽選將於展覽結束後進行。
➤欲參與抽選者需擁有Temple錢包,並於展覽結束前提供錢包地址。

 

▚ 王福瑞 ▚

王福瑞為台灣早期重要前衛的數位藝術以及聲音藝術家和策展人,他帶領台灣聲音藝術進入了新的領域與發展,1993年以先鋒之姿成立台灣第一個實驗音樂廠牌和出版刊物「NOISE」,2000 年加入台灣媒體藝術發展中少數以互動為主的創作實驗團體「在地實驗ET@T」,並推動國際「異響BIAS」聲音藝術展與「台北數位藝術節」聲音藝術類別。他曾工作於台北數位藝術中心以及北藝大藝術與科技中心,並策劃多場相關展覽與活動,包含2008 年、2009 年、2010 年、2012 年的「超響」聲音藝術節,2007 年至2009 年的「台北數位藝術節」。2011 年與藝術家盧藝成立「響相工作室Soundwatch Studio」,持續致力推動海內外聲音藝術相關展覽與表演以及工作坊,該工作室致力嘗試以創新實驗性的聲音作為主要核心概念,執行聲音藝術相關創作與其推廣計畫。

他的創作廣為展出於國內外美術館與藝術節,包含紐西蘭基督城The Physics Room、柏林電子藝術表演實驗室、卡爾斯魯厄藝術與媒體中心、林茲電子藝術中心、巴黎École nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts、芝加哥Antena 藝術空間、舊金山The Lab 空間、紐約皇后美術館、盧森堡卡西諾當代藝術中心、德勒斯登赫勒勞節慶劇院、格拉斯哥當代藝術中心、倫敦Cafe Oto、里昂國立高等藝術學院、墨爾本維多利亞藝術中心、布里斯本當代藝術中心、台北立方計畫空間、台北就在藝術空間、台北當代藝術館、台北數位藝術中心、台北雙年展、香港巴塞爾藝術展。他的聲音裝置與現場即時互動音像表演發表在不同的出版與媒體,最廣為人知的作品有聲泡 (2008)、聲點 (2010)、超傳波 (2011)和電磁音景 (2012),展覽則有移動聲林 (2015)、透明響像 (2016)、以及噪音寂靜 (2020)。

 

▚ 製作團隊 ▚

悸動—調變王福瑞 展覽

▪ 主辦單位:在地實驗
▪ 合辦單位:臺灣當代文化實驗場、臺灣聲響實驗室
▪ 器材協力:國立臺南藝術大學、國立臺灣大學資訊網路與多媒體研究所、imLab 影像與視覺實驗室
▪ 聯合宣傳:財團法人數位藝術基金會、失聲祭
▪ 場地:VA Hub 虛擬藝術跨界實驗基地
▪ 組織營運補助:財團法人國家文化藝術基金會
▪ 指導單位:文化部

▪ 總策劃:黃文浩
▪ 策展暨製作人:葉杏柔
▪ 技術顧問:蔡遵弘
▪ 技術執行:蔡孟汝、詹媛安
▪ 票務:林佑運
▪ 場地經理:林佳樺
▪ 視覺設計:詹明芳
▪ 文字翻譯:于恩平
▪ 場地總務:岳意強
▪ 展場裝潢:超空間室內裝修有限公司

▪ 特別感謝:洪一平、毛雅芬

參展作品

悸動影  
▪ 創作者:王福瑞、林思柏Sébastien Labrunie (FR)
▪ 系統整合:黃郁傑(臺灣聲響實驗室)

悸動響 
▪ 聲音與影像素材提供:王福瑞
▪ 技術團隊:C-LAB臺灣聲響實驗室
團隊成員
行政統籌:黃意芝
技術統籌:王新仁
視覺設計:黃郁傑
聲音設計:丁啟祐、林育德(國立臺南藝術大學)
執行製作:邱筱婷

悸動光 
▪ 創作者:王福瑞
▪ 技術團隊:詹媛安(在地實驗)、黃郁傑(C-LAB臺灣聲響實驗室)、林育德(國立臺南藝術大學)、蕭育禮

 

 

▚ Throbbing: The Inescapable Uncertainty ▚ 

The art works are like a medium to direct us into the spirituality,
which is like a constant flow of consciousness,
going through the inner and exterior space of the audiences’ bodies,
washing out the purest part in the consciousness.
The audiences get to experience a primal spiritual state of the self,
so as to activate, and to inspire other unique experiences.
–Fujui Wang

The condition for a “sound” to take place is for it to be perceived by a “body”. That which is at play includes the audio sensory system, and therefore the sense of balance of the inner ears and the spatial orientation that come with it. Without doubt, digital technology continues to challenge the sensory orientation that our bodies are used to. The correlation between sounds and images had become illogical and illusory from the outset of filmmaking. With the three works in the Throbbing: Modulating Fujui Wang exhibition, the artists provoke sense and perception by means of virtual reality technology: The provocation occurs when the body enters a virtual reality without seeing its own flesh, but left with invisible sound sources dashing around; when the movements of the body randomly trigger the emergence of sounds and images, rendering it impossible to ground the sense of direction on hearing; when the sound sources are made visible in a VR headset but remain bewilderingly “virtual” as they say invisible to bare eyes in physical reality. Furthermore, when the image is rendered vast and approaching, causing a sense of divergence to arise on the basis of an exposure to the “extra-ordinary”, the experience reminds the shock and the kinetic impulses that often accompany watching a massive projection in a cinema – where so much would feel unpredictable, and inescapable.

Based on Throbbing Sonic (2020), exhibited in Good Vibration! 2020 Festival organized by C-LAB, Fujui Wang presents three brand new productions in Throbbing: Modulating Fujui Wang, including Throbbing Sonic (2021), Throbbing Noise (2021), and Throbbing Light (2021). The works are all sampled from Wang’s signature elements, such as video glitch and sound dot drivers. Fujui Wang, C-LAB Taiwan Contemporary Cultural Lab, and ET@T develop together an audio-visual techno-art exhibition with an innovative concept that still proclaims real time sensory experience— to “modulate” Fujui Wang.

 

▚ ART WORK ▚

Throbbing Noise
2021
5’00”
Single Channel Video

Throbbing Noise is like the complex reflection and shadows on the surface tissue of cortical folding; keeps mutating and flickering, along with the neuron electrical charge releasing electricity, slowly developing between radiation and compression. By mildly stimulating visual and auditory senses, we get to gradually explore the inner space of sensory nerves, and to activate the neurons in our brains. The fluid sparkles, and the hovering audio frequency respond to the sensory activity in the brain, leading us into the immersive fluid experience of consciousness.

 

Throbbing Sonic
2021
10’00”
16.2 Ambisonic System, VR Headset

The creation of Throbbing Sonic comes from the hybrid modulation of sounds correlated with the process of image formation. Through the constant interaction between sound and vision, the sensory nervous system is stimulated. The inter-uncertainty between human influence, media, and machine arithmetic plays a part. C-LAB Taiwan Sound Lab utilizes the 3D sound mixing function in Spat stereoscopic system, together with a complete stereophony library, to control the source of sounds in physical space corresponding to the virtual 3D environment. It creates improvised information offset in video glitch. The images perform in the states of instant movement, generation, formation, transformation and decomposition, rendering unpredictability and uncertainty.

The sound matrix applied in the exhibition is made with 16.2 speakers. Its object-oriented design allows the objects in the virtual reality environment to reflect different acoustic pressure and sound frequency according to the corresponding distance and direction in the physical world. Every audience member will receive a unique visual and audio experience depending on the level of participation in the exhibition, gaining different feedbacks.

 

Throbbing Light
2021
5’00”; Installation Dimension Variable
Customized Electronic Devices, Small speakers, IR Led, Acrylic Sphere, Oculus Quest Headset, 4-channel Monitor Speaker

The giant light sphere in Throbbing Light is constructed out of hundreds of “sound dots” drivers. Every sound dot generates noises in different frequency through random number arithmetic, and at the same time, the electricity of the sound frequencies drive the unseen infrared light. By utilizing the visualization function of Oculus VR headset, Throbbing Light transforms the commonly known virtual reality experience into a “sound-vision” artwork that is highly interrelated with physical reality. We can see the infrared light, which is invisible to naked eyes, through VR headset and witness its existence. The audiences’ movements affect the sound depth in the virtual world in real time.

 

▚ Fujui Wang ▚

Wang Fujui is a sound artist and curator specialized in sound art and interactive art whose work has played a key role in establishing sound as a new artistic genre in Taiwan. A pioneer of sound art in Taiwan, he founded “NOISE” in 1993, the country’s first experimental sound label. In 2000 he joined the media art collective “ET@T” and launched the “BIAS” International Sound Art Exhibition and Sound Art Prize for the Digital Art Festival Taipei. He worked for the Digital Arts Center, Taipei and the Center for Art and Technology, TNUA, he has curated numerous exhibitions and festivals, including the 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012 editions of the “TranSonic” Sound Art Festival and the 2007 to 2009 editions of the Digital Art Festival Taipei. In 2011 Fujui Wang and Yi Lu have co-founded the Soundwatch Studio to promote the creation, exhibition, performance and workshop of renovating experimental audio art both locally and internationally.

Wang Fujui is currently an assistant professor of the Taipei National University of the Arts, Department of New Media Arts, TNUA. His work has been widely exhibited in museums and festivals in Taiwan and abroad, including TheCube Project Space (Taipei), Project Fulfill Art Space (Taipei), Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Digital Art Center Taipei, Taipei Biennial, Art Basel Hong Kong, The Physics Room (Christchurch, New Zealand), Lab for Electronic Arts and Performance (Berlin), ZKM (Karlsruhe), Ars Electronica Center (Linz), École nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts(Paris), Antena (Chicago), The Lab (San Francisco), Queens Museum (New York), Casino Luxembourg, Festspielhaus Hellerau (Dresden), Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow, Cafe Oto (London), Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, Arts Centre Melbourne and The Institute of Modern Art (Brisbane). His sound works, videos and live performances have been issued on publications and media, most notably, Sound Bulb (2008), Sound Dots (2010), Hollow Noise (2011) and Electromagnetic Soundscape (2012).

 

▚ PRODUCTION TEAM ▚

EXHIBITION Throbbing: Modulating Fujui Wang

• Organizer: ET@T
• Co-Organizer: C-LAB Taiwan Sound Lab
• Equipment Support: Tainan National University of the Arts, The Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia (GINM), Image and Vision Lab, National Taiwan University
• Promotion Partner: Digital Art Foundation, Lost Sound Festival
• Venue: VA Hub
• Organization Development Grant: National Culture and Arts Foundation
• Supervisor: Ministry of Culture

▪ Project Director: Wen-Hao Huang
▪ Exhibition Planner and Producer: Hsing-Jou Yeh
▪ Technical Advisor: Tsun-Hung Tsai
▪ Executive Technician: Meng-Ru Tsai, Yuan-An Chan
▪ Ticketing Coordinator: Yu-Yung Lin
▪ Venue Coordinator: Ivy Lin
▪ Graphic Designer: Ming-Fang Chan
▪ Translator: En-Ping Yu
▪ Venue General Affairs Personnel: I-Chiang Yueh
▪ Venue Decoration: HYPERSPACE Interior Design CO., LTD
▪ Special Thanks: Yi-Ping Hung, Ya-Fen Mao

ART WORK

Throbbing Noise
▪ Artist: Fujui Wang, Sébastien Labrunie
▪ System Integration: Yu-Jie Huang (C-LAB Taiwan Sound Lab)

Throbbing Sonic
▪ Material of Images and Sound Provided by: Fujui Wang
▪ Technical Team: C-LAB Taiwan Sound Lab
Team Member
Administrative Coordinator: Cecile Huang
Technical Coordinator: Aluan Wang
Visual Designer: Yu-Jie Huang
Sound Designer: Chi-You Dean, Yu-De Lin (Tainan National University of the Arts)
Executive Producer: Hsiao-Ting Chiu

Throbbing Light
▪ Artist: Fujui Wang
▪ Technical Team: Yuan-An Chan (ET@T), Yu-Jie Huang (C-LAB Taiwan Sound Lab), Yu-De Lin (Tainan National University of the Arts), Yu-Li Hsiao