Relative Perception (installation - Belgian premiere)
Relative Perception poses questions about the power of sight and perception through a sound and spatial installation that challenges the way of seeing art in general. The artist Chang Yung-Ta asks : can we slow down our way of looking at a world in constant acceleration ?
With the support of Digital Art Centre-Foundation-Festival of Taipei and the Ministry of Culture of Taiwan.
Chang Yung-Ta, born in Taiwan in 1981, is a self-taught artist and lives at the moment in Taipei. His works take various forms such as audio-visual, experimental sound, installations and live performances.
His work focuses on the observation of tiny changes that are often ignored, and on the phenomena and sounds in daily life which are represented by signals and data through its visual installations in space.
In recent years he has also collaborated with dancers, musicians and artists. His works have been presented in numerous exhibitions and festivals throughout Asia, Europe, Australia and North and South America.
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