By gazing at the world, creating connections and meaning seem like natural human pursuits. Distant stars forming constellations or the regulation of time-space is described in terms of humankind to broaden the imagination and narratives. Immersive dome projection experiences remind us of the frescoes that decorate religious buildings and serve as bridges to link people and the heavens/the world.
Flesh Gods is a durational performance that includes some nudity. Performers are inspired by frescoes that adorn religious buildings around the world. To achieve 360-degree cinematography effects, cameras are attached to the performers. Through continuous movement and exploration, flowing images create a giant flesh-dome. As we look up at the sky, we gaze at ourselves. Audience members can join the performance to take part in shaping this dome, intervening in and illustrating spontaneous sequences of the cosmos.
Opening Hour｜11.5 (FRI), 11.6 (SAT) 19:00-21:00
Sessions｜19:00、19:30、20:00、20:30，4 sessions per day
・The program contains nude, erotic, violence scenes and viewer discretion is advise.
・The age guidance for this performance is 18+ (born before November 5, 2003) and valid ID is required for entry.
・This is a durational performance, and each session is about 20-25 minutes. Audiences must follow staff instructions for entry during each session.
Limited availability, please sign up here.
▶ Limited availability, and registration for each person per session is needed.
▶ The performance will not open for audience to sign up on site. Please sign up as early as possible.
▶ For the epidemic prevention, taking temperatures, disinfecting hands, leaving personal information and keeping social distance are required, and audiences are required to wear masks at all times when entering C-LAB. Moreover, audiences whose temperatures are above 37.5℃ are not allowed entry.
▶ Programs may be subject to change.
Co-coism is a multi-creator collective founded in 2016 by three emerging theater directors, HUNG Chien-Han, CHANG Kang-Hua, and HUANG Ding-Yun. They not only develop theatrical productions individually, but also collectively, preferring to work in a cooperative/devised way than pursue lateral deliberation. Recently, our focuses have been on live exhibition, responsive creation, activism projects, and participatory projects. We collaborate with artists from different backgrounds to explore possibilities for the arts and culture.