EXHIBITIONS > Taipei Arts Awards- Made of Star-Stuff: Imagining Outsides at the Center of the World (2017)

Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan

Made of Star-Stuff: Imagining Outsides at the Center of the World is an evolving social exercise that begins in Hong Kong, and gradually expands to reach Taiwan and Elsewhere. Following the footsteps of moving bodies in our world—asylum seekers, refugees, migrant workers, immigrants, etc.—as well as their border-crossing stories, the project attempts to connect seemingly unrelated peoples, spaces, times, and things together.

This edition of the project at TFAM features an intentionally fragmentized selection of objects and thought-forms from previous incarnations in various sites and exhibitions, kneading in layers of re-imaginations.

Swing, Like Paradise (film)
Mixed media installation, single channel video
15'17"
Islands I & II
Mixed media installation
A Moonlight Flit (film)
Single channel video
10'14"
Fish, Line
Paper, terra cotta links
Square
Silk flowers and leaves, steel, silicone
Merstham Surrey
Charcoaled lumber, printed fabric, silicone, paper
Grass, Flower, Gate
Mixed media installation
Like Paradise (film)
Single channel video
15'17"