These satirical pieces draw together Shih’s real-world observations of the nationalistic fervor, economic uncertainty and fragmentation of societal bonds brought about by Brexit.
Drawing on her visits to CERN and conversations with physicists at King’s, Yu-Chen Wang’s new large-scale intricate drawing installation will explore the concepts of dark matter and how knowledge is created.
Taiwanese short film Gold Fish 金魚 by Director Fish Wang 王登鈺 will screen as part of the International Animation Programme of the Edinburgh International Film Festival
Singing and performance is an integral feature of Bunun culture and takes a central role in many festivals and events.
Joy, anger, sadness, it’s all in there, wrapped in sweat-inducing, synchronised dancing
A versatile performer, Mr. Shiao has the distinction of having performed at Carnegie Hall in three different capacities: as a recitalist, and with both string quartet and orchestra.
Taiwan’s award-winning new media artist, Chou Tung-Yen, harnesses the amazing 4D Box Hologram to create a majestic and immersive scenography for the peripatetic story of two time travelers and their intimate memories light years away.
Critically acclaimed dance troupe return to Scotland
As part of the Tsai Ming-liang: The Deserted film series, we are pleased to be presenting a 35mm screening of the filmmaker’s critically acclaimed Goodbye, Dragon Inn, followed by a discussion and Q&A.
This programme offers a chance to explore three of Tsai Ming-liang’s short films that point to different threads of his practice: interconnected narrative films, his ongoing Walker film series and documentary portraits and homages.
Join us as we launch the Tsai Ming-liang: The Deserted film series with a special evening featuring the UK premiere of two interconnected films – the new feature-length Your Face and short film Light – followed by a discussion with the artist.
As one of the most celebrated film directors in Taiwan, Tsai Ming-Liang’s critically acclaimed debut VR production pushes the boundaries of this exciting new technology
Featuring a wealth of documentation and narrative accounts by the descendants of the rebels, this film takes a rare look into the dark corners of the Wushe Incident: the Seediq people rising up against the oppressive rule of the Japanese government eighty years ago.