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The concept of Heterotopia was proposed by Michel FOUCAULT in the 1960s. Different from the extreme fictional predictions of Utopia or Dystopia, Heterotopia refers to a space that exists outside the real world while reflecting it. Heterotopia forms the core of this project in which real-world samples are used to create a realistic scene in the micro view that exists but seems illusory.

In this dome edition, NANONANO reconstructs a macro scene in the micro world. The various possibilities for electron microscopic images are demonstrated through digital images by re-decoding and compiling the electron signal. Combining the characteristics of the dome, this edition provides an immersive viewing experience filled with spectacular landscapes.

NANONANO, Heterotopia, 2021.


Performance|11.12 (FRI), 11.13 (SAT), 11.14 (SUN) 20:00, 21:00 (6 performances)

*The performance contains flashlights and viewer discretion is advised.

*Each performance also screens CHAO Pei-Yu's Concurrent of Root(s).

Duration|total in 35 mins, includes Concurrent of Root(s) 20 mins and Heterotopia:Dome 15 mins


Limited availability, please sign up here.


▶ Limited availability, and registration for each performance is needed.

▶ Latecomers will not be allowed to enter the venue once the performance begins. 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.


|The Artist


NANONANO is an art group founded by artist HSU Hsun-Hsiang and materials engineer HUANG Yin-Hao. Focusing on the living environment and applying top industrial technologies, possibilities for future landscapes are created. This group’s projects have been selected for the Arte Laguna Prize 15, C-LAB’s FUTURE VISION LAB, and Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture Arts and Technology: Creative Innovation Counseling Project in 2020-2021.