Notes for Tomorrow is an exhibition conceived by the Independent Curators International (ICI), featuring artworks selected by curators from around the world to reflect on a new global reality ushered in by the COVID-19 pandemic. With the ever-present backdrop of a global pandemic, the ICI and TheCube Project Space invited a total of 35 curators from over 20 countries to question and reassess the values and relevance in contemporary culture, and asked each of them to share an artwork they believe is vital to be seen today.More
Taiwanese Opera, a local theatre genre in Taiwan, has undergone different cultural impact in different eras, and has found a way to survive in the midst of these impact one after another.More
A total of 2 episodesWe use the personal experience of reading excerpts from each other’s text as a medium, without knowing the source of the other’s files, to translate the reading experience of Taiwan in a partial-lockdown state during theMore
Flyinsnow and director Ni Hui-chen share about the Dong Bang System Festival held in Yogyakarta in 2017, which they co-organised with several friends from various fields.More
What kind of sparks will emerge from a conversation between sound artists Huang Dawang, who is open to any topic, and Chen Ting-Jung, who is a meticulous artist?More
This episode of program is inspired by Huang Yujie’s first documentary exhibition at TheCube 7F “Subterranean—Taiwanese Art Collectives 1980-2000: Taipei Episode”, which presents a twenty years documentary archive of art collectives and spatial transformations in Taipei. TMore
By using the art of sound as a social tool, Radio Isolasido invites listeners to unravel isolated things so as to foster acoustic phenomena and a comprehensive understanding through the ensembles of narrative and non-narrative sound artefacts in popular, experimental and multilingual artistic articulation.More
Conspiracy Generator is a program designed to introduce, adapt, and expand games. It introduces “storytelling-based” tabletop games in terms of fundamental concepts, developing methods, and adaption attempts.More
With a microphone in front of my mouth, I can say whatever I want to say.
Muttering secrets under my breath, it is hard to say anyway.
This lecture series draws its inspiration from one of Hegel’s crucial ideas—transcending the status quo by abandoning it.More