The workshop aims to build alternative conversations between public monuments and individuals.
Participants are invited to conceive a sculpture in juxtaposition to an existing monument, in order to address it with a question, confront or attack it, or to more subtly change the viewer’s perception of it.
Each participant is required to bring printed images of the monument they are interested in and wish to talk about as the subject of their creations. During the workshop, they will develop their ideas through the process and method of model making, lectures, and discussions. We will discuss the resulting models and their individual concepts and perspectives, and finally, present them in an exhibition setting.
【Workshop】: Counter Monuments
【Dates】: July 1-3
【Participants】: 10-12 people, age 18-99 (or older), all backgrounds/occupations welcomed
【Workshop Fee】: for free, but need to pay a deposit of NT$ 300.
【Language】: this workshop will be conducted in English, with Chinese consecutive interpretation
【Requirements】: interest in sculpture and physically building/making, willingness to discuss
Registration method and remittance information
1. Complete this form： https://reurl.cc/e3k3bM
2. Please remit the deposit in 48 hours after receiving our email about remittance information. Reply the e-mail with remitter name/ remittance time / last 5 codes of remittance account immediately after the remittance.
3. After the DAC replies to confirm the payment, the registration is successful.
About deposit refund
＊If you cannot FULLY attend the 3-day workshop, the deposit will NOT be refunded.
＊Deposit will be refunded in cash with a receipt on the last day after completing the three-day course.
– Reading of a preparatory text that will be sent out prior to the workshop.
– Participants are asked to prepare a printed-out image of one specific monument they want to engage with.
– Some materials will be provided, but participants should bring their own preferred materials and tools as well (cutting mat, glue, etc…)
About Samuel Seger
Samuel Seger is a German artist with whom DAC cooperates in 2022. His often large-scale sculptures address the conditions of production, as well as the hereby implicated questions of authorship and power relations. His works are driven by an underlying concern about the representation of class and labor.
Organizer：Taipei City Government
Executive Organizer：Department of Cultural Affairs,Taipei City Government 、Digital art center,Taipei
Special thanks：Goethe-Institut Taipei
Contact person：firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Contact number：02-28345066#205 (Ms.Su)
Digital Art Center, Taipei
No. 180, Fuhua Rd., Shilin Dist., Taipei City