TAIPEI (The China Post) — “The Chronicle of Silence” (噤聲.近身), an interactive art exhibition by the Century Contemporary Dance Company (世紀當代舞團), will unfold from Nov. 3 to Nov. 23 at Hong-gah Museum (鳳甲美術館) in Taipei’s Beitou District.
Based on the award-winning contemporary dance performance “The Rite of Spring” (春之祭), “The Chronicle of Silence,” will feature seven artworks created by visual artists while a dancer will spontaneously interact with the audience in an exhibition space on weekdays, starting from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Yao Shu-fen (姚淑芬), organizer and choreographer of the exhibition said at a press conference that the dancers’ spontaneous performance aims to connect artworks, which are inspired by the artists’ memories, with the audience and invite participants to immerse themselves in “The Rite of Spring.”
As a human being, you can’t decide if you would be chosen, said Yao, explaining that the special performances will engage an audience in the “Rite of Spring,” said Yao
In addition to weekday exhibitions, there will be special interactive dance performances on Nov. 7, Nov. 8, Nov. 9, Nov. 14, Nov. 15, Nov. 21, Nov. 22, Nov. 23, starting at 7:00 p.m. Entry to the exhibition ground is free of charge.
Founded in 2000, Century Contemporary Dance Company continues to cooperate with various artists in different fields and attempts to break through the limits of body performance. The innovative dance performances have won praises from around the world.
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