Reach Outlying_2005 TIPALive
in Taipei, Taiwan July.2005
26--31 July. 2005
UNofficial web by ARAI Shin-ichi
Official web site http://www.tipaf.org.tw
Ahlien.Z.H(Taiwan), Watan WUMA(Taiwan), YEN Yitsu(Taiwan), LIN Chi Wei(Taiwan), HUANG Min Chi(Taiwan), CHANG Gray Fun(Taiwan), LIN Chuan Chu(Taiwan), SZIRTES Janos(Hungry), SAMU Bence(Hungry),Janusz BALDYGA(Poland), Jozef CSERES(Slovakia), Iwan WIJONO(Indonesia), Chumpon APISUK(Thailand), Mideo M.CRUS(Pilippine), SHU Yang(P.R.China), Bui Cong Khanh(Vietnam), Chaw Ei Thein(Myanmar), LEE wen(Singapore), ARAI Shin-ichi(Japan), HONG O-Bong(Korea)
Reach Outlying_2005 TIPALive, starting from 26th to 31st, July, is the following annual activity included
in the TESMotion Project by TESMotion. The activity is divided into two
A> Performance art
B> International Panel Discussion .
To urge in-depth interaction within Asia-Pacific area, our stratagem, from self-exploration of Taiwan last year, turns to foreground the recognition with trends of Asian performance art.
We invite prominent art performers and curators to partake in manifestation of humanistic milieu, in trends of artistic representation, in creativity of performance art and in its proceeding future. 26 artists from 13 countries, such as artists from gA topic of Eastern Europeh will enter in 2005 TIPALive to demonstrate their unique styles in charm, concept, and philosophy of humor.
Taiwanese art performers are introduced as artists with artistic diversity to illustrate open-mindedness in the field of performance art.
This year we request artistsf voluntary application and participation.
This is an emblematic and successful step which signifies that performance art in Taiwan has achieved extensive recognition.
Curators; Ahlien.Z.H and TESMotion TIPAF@msn.com
Poster design; Ahlien.Z.H
26 July 2005
1. Chumpon APISUK (Thailand)
2. Mideo M.CRUS (Pilippine)
"The Hoax Cruzader Series"
3. Janusz BALDYGA (Poland)
4. Chaw Ei Thein (Myanmar)
5. SZIRTES Janos (Hungry)
6. Bui Cong Khanh (Vietnam)
7. Iwan WIJONO (Indonesia)
"We don't have political messages today"
8. LEE wen (Singapore)
9. HONG O-Bong (Korea)
10. CHANG Gray Fun (Taiwan)
11. YEN Yitsu (Taiwan)
12. Ahlien.Z.H (Taiwan)
13. ARAI Shin-ichi (Japan)
"Viva! Globalisation--Memory for Tainan private middle school of Presbyterian Church in days of occupation by Japan"