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Storytelling in Virtual Bodies - Identity of Taiwanese Women in Dance Media

Storytelling in Virtual Bodies - Identity of Taiwanese Women in Dance Media

This is a screening collection of Audrey's selected works, exploring body movement, identity, and digital mediums through design, film, and new media. Her work questions the existence of the body in digital space as a whole.

The screening features a selection of films she created in New York, in collaboration with several others. After viewing these works, she invites the audience to participate, feel, and think about the possibilities of future bodies and how they perceive these types of works within the context of the postmodern era as Taiwanese women in an international landscape.


Time | 2024/07/13(Sat.) 10:00-17:00

Venue Information | C-LAB Gray Box

Event Details

  • Length of film: 23 min
  • Audio: Stereo
  • Size: 1920 x 1080
  • Two screen display

Ticketing Information | 

  • Free of charge
  • Audience can leave their contact information if interested in my work [link]


Artist Information | 

Yi-Han (Audrey) Chou, a Dancer, Researcher, and Multimedia Artist originally from Taipei and currently based in New York City since 2018.


With a focus on storytelling through bodily movement, Audrey’s work is a testament to the intricate interplay of embodiment, cultural identity, and diversity. Grounded in a deep appreciation for cultural exchange and the nuances of kinetic expression, her artistry draws inspiration from the natural world and existential theories of temporal unity.