Digital Theatre: Teatime with me myself and I (Taiwan)

annamaria monteverdi/ Febbraio 5, 2017/ DIGITAL PERFORMANCE, interactive performance, interactive theatre

Very Theatre from Taiwan performs a video, mobilephone interaction act.
Fra Click Festival 16 maj 2015

Teatime with Me, Myself and I, a theatrical performance directed by Chou Tung-Yen, to rethink and reframe the shift in the mode of spectating introduced by contemporary artists.

The work inherits the original themes – “mobile phone”, “life full of screens” and “media world” – and features a quasi-improvisational[1] performance jointly executed by Hong Chian-Sang and Inred Liang. It speaks about the modern-day reality of people becoming inseparable from smartphone, tablets and other mobile devices.

  • Very Theatre

    Founded by interdisciplinary artist Chou Tung-Yen, with sponsoring from Very Mainstream Multimedia Ltd, its members are equipped with the expertise on theater and multimedia design and are committed to the development of cross-domain multimedia productions emphasizing on context. Its aim is to create a new conceptual experience of listening and viewing.
    Past works include: Emptied Memories , winner of the Interactive & New Media Design category at the World Stage Design 2013, as well as the Digital Performing Art Festivals from 2011-2014. Debut group production: multimedia puppetry performance Teatime with me, myself and I, as well as Lights Flowing Out of Frame – Chou Tung-Yen Solo Exhibition.
  • Director/Concept Chou Tung-Yen

    Chou Tung-Yen holds a MA in Scenography with distinction from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London and a BFA in Theatre Directing from TNUA. He is the founder and director of Very Mainstream Studio, and now the lecturer in school of Theatre Arts, TNUA. Besides working on film & theatre pieces that are performed and screened internationally, he also dedicates to the realm of technology & performing arts.

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