This year, FUTURE VISION LAB has presented a newly constructed Dome theatre space, containing 25.2 channel sound field configuration and an immersive projection mapping environment with a total resolution of 10K. With this new endaeavors, it is hoped to bring the audiences a different and out-of-this-world immersive experience than previous editions of Future Vision Lab.
Future Vision Party will take place in this newly built dome theater, inviting 5 groups of audio/visual artists to create this performance. In addition to taking turns to perform, this party will invite paired artists to jam with each other. In an experimental attempt, they will blend the cutting of images and the switching of sounds in multiple styles in order to break the image and sound frame and create a rich atmosphere. In this Dome, a party that challenges your senses is performed, stimulating the future imagination of images and sounds.
- WU Cheng-Lu
- CHANG Hsin-Yu
- Hsun Hsiang Hsu
- HUANG Wei ⨉ Cheng Daoyuan
WU Cheng-Lu (known as PB), born in Chiayi, Taiwan in 1999, currently living in Taipei. He specializes in Audio-Visual, sound exploration, real-time image generation and digital signal integration. His works focus on the relationship between humans, through distortion of digital data transfer to explore the discrepancy in perception between people. Utilizing audio perception as a creative development approach, he is currently dedicated to cross-disciplinary collaboration and has participated in theater, dance and music performances. Through such a combination, he continually attempts to develop more possibilities of artistic expression through digital media in various fields.
YAN Sheng-Wen (SHENG) is a sound artist, music producer and sound designer whose works crossover between experimental sound, film and theatre. He is involved in various cross-disciplinary projects. Sheng's current project combines a variety of elements and techniques, such as granular synthesis, Foley, ambient sound, field recording, test tones, and traditional instruments. In an attempt to create an electronic soundscape.
CHANG Hsin-Yu is an interactive, sound, installation artist based in Taiwan, born in Hsinchu in 1999. With a passion for experimenting with sound, his sound installation works discuss the spatiality, mechanism and translation of sound, and through the generative mechanism to respond to life experiences and issues. His audio/visual performances are usually created through programming, focused on the relationship between sound and image and extending possibilities from the interplay between sounds and images.
HSU Hsun Hsiang is a media artist who focuses on environmental space and the essence of materials. Through photography, installations, and audio-visual performances, he moves between macro and micro scales, fusing digital and analog techniques to represent the various aspects and possibilities of materials.
HUANG Wei specialises in audio-visual performance, interactive visual design, and space/light installations. His work focuses on the observation of life, bringing the non-daily into the every day through the visual imagination of objects. The artist aims to bring his audience perception and sensory experiences of reality by creating algorithm-based performances that combine images and sound art. Huang is apt at using game engines and 3D software for creation. He currently works at NAXS Future as a technical artist and is devoted to interdisciplinary collaborations.
CHENG Daoyuan is a multimedia creator, delves into the interplay and clash between self and the essence of existence through experimental sound, visuals, and installations. This exploration lies at the heart of Cheng’s artistry, embodying a philosophical endeavor encapsulated by the phrase "completeness is nothingness, and the end is the beginning." His sound creations have graced diverse labels and platforms, spanning albums, remixes, collaborations, and compilations. In recent years, he has honed his focus on multi-channel sound pieces, exhibited at National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts and Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab.
｜Date & Time
12/01 (Fri.) 19:30
12/02 (Sat.) 19:30
About 50 mins (* The details of the post-show event will be announced soon)
▸ Some performances contain intense strobe lighting effects. Viewer discretion is advised.
▸ The space is equipped with the mirror floor, viewer wearing pants is advised.
▸ Due to limited space inside the venue, picnic mats and chairs are not allowed. If you have other needs, please contact the front desk staff for assistance.
▸ Photography and social media stories recording are allowed during the screening, but the use of flash is prohibited.
▸ The organizers reserve the right to adjust and change the event.