CREATORS Weed day Seeking writings on urban gatherers
Seeking articles about gathering weeds in the city, welcome to share the different experiences and interactions with the land. Listening to people of different generations talk about their feelings of collecting weeds. All writing styles are welcome i.e. poetry, love letter…etc.. Let the words move the readers.
CREATORS Weed day Exploration and Imagination of Urban Gatherers
CREATORS’ Space 102 Coworking Space
In the city there is an abundance of weeds, that are common herbal tea ingredients, wild vegetables and living materials. Through the observation, we can have an intimate connection with the land, create biodiversity in the city, heal yourself and the land. We invited experts from different fields to explore the possibilities and imaginations of collecting life in urban cities.
MASHUP all the CREATORS
Art Space IV
The important starting point of MASHUP all the CREATORS is an aim to extend the practices during “CREATORS Residency Program,” to explore possibilities of connection and hybridity, and to further find a new form of exhibition/performance/representation. It is not merely a performance, not merely an exhibition, not merely an archive or documentation of an event. It is, in additional to all, a manifesto of a newly-established cultural ecosystem declared by the C-LAB.
CREATORS Weed Day Volunteers
CREATORS' SPACE ROOM205
Adopting a piece of green until October
Others use Herbicide, we let the grass free Recruiting volunteers to manage and adopt the green space at CLAB (Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab). Creating a billboard, replacing the use of herbicides with observation and collection, allowing wild plants to grow freely with the seasons, and to breed freely; balancing the experimental urban ecology. Observing the […]
CREATORS Weed Day Open Studio
CREATORS' SPACE ROOM 205
Every Thursday 14:00-18:00 till 10/31
•Mingle and share your what you imagine contemporary city gatherers do•Collecting and Observing the land, Adopting green areas•Reading and Learning about plans, environmental issues and herbal books•Just relaxing and chilling in the studio
Tiɑngong Kɑiwu: Modern Life and the History of Technology
2018/09/15 - 2019/02/23
Tiɑngong Kɑiwu (The Exploitation of the Works of Nature): Modern Life and the History of Technology, explores the relations between humanity and objects as well as their history, and how we should respond to the evolving history of technology. Lecturers and discussants include Huang Sun-Quan, Li Shang-Jen, Liu Yan, Hsieh Ying-Chun, Manray Hsu, and Hung Kuang-Chi.