The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMFA) in Taichung City will be showcasing a philosophical digital installation from May 25 to July 14.
Created by Taiwanese artists Chen Po-kuang and Liao Iouxuan, "Invisible Movement in Progress” is a panoramic video artwork that features the music of renowned Taiwanese singer and producer Lim Qiong.
A master at manifesting the rich visual vitality of human imagination, Chen excels in presenting powerful pictures that converge and diverge with detailed and complex imagery. Liao's audio-editing capabilities, on the other hand, help viewers better immerse themselves in the panoramic atmosphere.
The two have collaborated many times and have jointly won the first prize for audiovisual art from the Taipei Digital Art Festival in 2009.
By combining the two artistic elements, the exhibition tries to demonstrate how even the most minute and ephemeral objects can alter people's perceptions - silently, constantly and unknowingly.
The opening ceremony for the exhibition took place on May 25 at the museum's East Lobby, where Lim performed alongside with Chen and Liao in a dazzling party of contemporary digital sounds and images.
For more information on the digital motion exhibit and the invisible forces that permeate people's lives, please visit the event page here.