3-channels video installation
Single-channel video installation / 4'40"
5-channels video installation
4-channels video installation
Collecting varied forms of violence, even counteraction by means of films, internet video, books and newspaper. There are three segments, each segment is a juxtaposition of two episodes. One is a historical event in Taiwan, the other is a novel or film which somehow corresponds to it
Installation cooperator : Frank Huang / 裝置合作：黃偉倫
12-channels video installation
random / endless
Originally, there is a Multi-Screens Display in National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, which consists of 12 screens. I wrote an algorithm to produce images of a screen that appeared to be falling randomly. Most of the time, the blue display looks like doesn’t have any image input. When the screen suddenly begins to fall, you can hear a cartoon style sound effect of falling. You can imagine the screen in continued free fall accompanied by the sound effect, when the footage of the falling screen exceeds the display. The sound completes that mental picture, until finally the screen is heard to make impact with the ground and then shatter. After a moment the fallen screen quietly resurfaces, whole and in its original position, and the process repeats.
single-channel video / 3’35″
In the future, the technique of message delivery is expected to become advanced. Distance is assumed to be eliminated, and images to be re-constructed. However, the essence of communication seems to contain more.
website / documents
Dollar-post is a customized e-mail system. The speed of mailing is decided by the distance between senders and receivers, as well as different types of stamp including pigeon, mule, ship and aeroplane. According to the stamp you choose, your mail will be posted in a simulated speed of the 4 medium.
Dollar-post 是一個特製的電子郵件系統，它的郵件傳送速度取決於寄件者選擇的郵票與和收件者之間的距離。四種郵票分別為 – 鴿子、驢子、船以及飛機，你的郵件將會模擬所選媒介的速度去寄送。
There is a game called Chinese whispers that we, human beings, play; the first player whispers a phrase or sentence to the next player. Each player successively whispers what that player believes he or she heard to the next. The last player announces the statement to the entire group. Errors typically accumulate in the retellings, so the final statement differs significantly from the first. I-Yeh, Wu was curious to see if that would happen with machines. Will it always accurately repeat the same signal?
The live video images initially cannot easily be interpreted by the viewer, but as time passes, the image becomes recognizable. At that moment, the moment the image makes sense for the viewer, what exactly the viewer get?