Eve Clone Series are exhibited at ’2012 Taiwan Biennial’ (2012)

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  • Exhibition: 2012/10/06-2013/01/06
  • 2012
  • National Taiwan Museum of Arts, Taichung

Art statement

The wrapped screen displays six interactive installation with different No.666 on “Eve Clone’s” heads in the water. With the audience’s moving, it controls her head’s angle, and Eve Clone’s eyes will also follow. The background shows the moving sound and the images of bubble and audience in opposite position in the water. When the projection surrounds audience, it seems that the audience dialogues with huge “Eve Clone” in this queer environment to bring the hidden danger behind the high-tech development out.

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