Chun-Chi WANG is a Berlin?based curator engaged in collaborative art production and research. She is trained as artist at New York University Tisch School of the Arts. In 2012, she was Assistant Curator for Taipei Biennial, Modern Monsters / Death and Life of Fiction. Her projects was presented in Berlin, Paris, New York, Taipei, Seoul and South America in various collaborations from 2010 to 2018. A collective and intergenerational investigation of feminism in the context of contemporary art practice that included a symposium, exhibition; and lecture. She is the founder of IDOLONSTUDIO(Union of European Asian Artists), is a non-profit, interdisciplinary organization that provides innovative artists working in the media, literary, and performing arts with exhibition and performance opportunities to create and present new work.
In cooperation with the Idolonstudio headed by the Taiwanese curator Chun-Chi WANG, the Kunstfest Weimar presents four installations that highlight the innovative power and relevance of Taiwan’s current art and performance scene. The first piece «E-Werk Weimar No. 1» by the artist TAO Ya-Lun confronts the viewer with an unsettling 3D borderline experience. His works often feature diverse forms which can range from video, sound and kinetic installations to light shows and shadow play. Most of his pieces are based on virtual reality and adapted to the specific venue where they are presented. Fujui WANG’s sound installation «Hollow Noise» is comprised of several directional loud speakers which produce carefully focused ultrasonic waves. His method creates the impression of a sonic wind blowing from various directions. The result is an absolutely new and surprising acoustic experience. On the stage of the E-Werk, WU Chi-Tsung presents the European premiere of his light installation «DUST». By means of optical tricks, the artist reflects normal ambient dust through the light of a projector, thereby making it visible to the naked eye. The «air» suddenly gains a structure of its own. The performance in this production is the work of the Taipeh-Paris resident artist, performer and musician Liping TING. «Poésie d’action» is how she describes her multidisciplinary approach. She will enliven the installation environment in the two halls of the E-Werk with a three-hour-long performance.