Performances

Opens Dec 7, 2017 and runs to  Feb 25, 2018 in Taiwan

 

An interactive performance exhibition that utilizes visual media and audio designed to promote language preservation and development for the local children in the south of Taiwan.

Inspired by the comic dialogues of the clown characters of Wayang Kulit shadow puppetry and the contentious and playful way that children speak, Terry O’Reilly imagines what birds would say when first they encounter a flying house.

 

Special Thanks To:

Pisui Ciyo碧斯蔚‧梓佑 for introducing me to Atayal and Saisiyat cultures, to Taimu, Professor Mingder Chung, to Seyluf Tame-Tavali, to Rita Chang and ACC/Taiwan, to Ralph Samuelson and Cecily Cook ACC/ New York, to Sumi Dunji who proved to the world that “you can do anything” and all the Pangcah people, the Makota’ay, always.

All thanks to:

Japanese Architect Terunobu Fujimori 藤森照信 who imagined and built a flying tea house.

The curators at The National Museum of Taiwanese Literature 臺灣文學館策展人, the curators at The National Museum of Taiwanese History 臺灣歷史博物館策展人, Professor Rey Fang Hsu from the National University of Tainan Drama Department 臺南大學戲劇創作與應用學系 助理教授 許瑞芳, Seyluf Tame-Tavali  西拉雅語 李淑芬, Pisui Ciyo  碧斯蔚‧梓佑Hsu Yen-ling徐堰鈴, Ajohn Chen 陳阿江 , Lin Guang-Cai.  林廣財, Tjimur Dance Theatre Artistic Director Ljuzem Madiljin蒂摩爾古薪舞集團長暨藝術總監 路之‧瑪迪霖 , Shu-Ting Chiu團務經理 邱書婷 , I-Hsuan Li藝術行政 李奕萱 Huang Chiung-Ying (Joanne) 黃瓊瑩, Juo-ruei Ye (Rick) 葉卓叡, Kuan-Yin (Ann) Liu 劉冠吟, Yu-Chen Yang (Randy) 楊祐丞,Vida Sabbaghi 薇妲‧薩巴紀, Lin Su-Jie林書杰, Xie Yi-qin謝益欽, Kang San-chuan康三川 and  The Soulangh Artist Village and the Kandu Museum of Fine Arts.