CFCCA Library Classification schemeArtist's monographs
CFCCA Library Classification schemeFestival PublicationsFestivals by RegionAsian Art FestivalsDigital Art Festival, Taipei, Publications ➔ Puppet Experimental Project, (2011: Taiwan)

Puppet Experimental Project, (2011: Taiwan) (M.022)

Bibliographic Record

Identity

Identifier

M.022

Title and Statement of Responsiblity

Puppet Experimental Project / 2011 ETAT Art & Culture Corporation All rights Reserved.

Access status

Open

Edition Statement:

1st edition

Publication Statement

Taipei, Taiwan , 2011

Content

Scope and Content

DVD containing performance from the Puppet Experimental Project at the 6th Digital Arts Festival in Taipei. The artwork attempted to explore the relationship between the puppeteer and puppets using images captured 
using motion capture system to visualise the movements of performances from the  Liyuan opera. Contains  6 art performance videos performed in Digital Art Centre, Taipei.
  • Ho-Wen Hsiao, 45 sec
  • Musical Box, 38 sec
  • Ho-Wen Hsiao, 2 min 46 sec
  • Kuka, 32 sec
  • The Process of Death, 40 sec
  • Funky Light, 45 sec

Content Extent

6 min 6 sec

Content Type

two-dimensional moving image

Management and Use

Carrier

Representation Type

mediated ➔ digital ➔ digital video

Record Resource Extent

1

Related Content

Related places

Taiwan, Republic of China (has place of origin of resource)
Taipei (has place of distribution)

Related Terms

analogue video (has form of work)
two-dimensional moving images (has content type)
polychrome (has colour content)
Sound (has sound content)
Illustrations (has illustrative content)
Open (has access status)
monographs (has form of work)
digital video (has representation type)
optical storage (has form of carrier)

Notes

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