Time: Every Thursday, 21:00-23:00
15th November 2018, Audrey Tang, machine reads random retrieval of archives in Mozzila (Common Voice)
22nd November 2018, Chang Tieh-Chih, reads BOB DYLAN THE LYRICS (1961-2012)-Chip version
29th November 2018, Chocorockxin Lee, reads diaries
6th December 2018, Liu Po-Li, reads music theory
13th December 2018, Shih-Chieh Ilya Li, reads The Power of Silence
20th December 2018, Tree Chen, reads Jorge Luis Borges Obras Completas
27th December 2018, Lim Giong, reads Liao-Fan's Four Lessons
3rd January 2019, Hsu Yen-Ling, reads The Stories of 1000 Chinese Character
10th January 2019, Wang Jun-Jieh, reads My Name is Hsu Liang Liang
17th January 2019, Lucifer Hung, reads A Sunflower in Underworld
24th January 2019, Jennifer Lu, reads Civil Code
Venue: Art Space II, 1F
This event will examine the relationship between sleep and text. Artists and professionals in various fields will be invited to “read” soporific texts - such as codes, philosophy, literature, diary, manuals, and laws – in low, flat, mechanical, solemn, and unnatural tones. After each recital, the members of the audience who surrender to sleep will be documented to reflect the connection between various texts and sleep. These efforts will not enhance the message conveyed by the text but rather they will expand on the traditional definition of text; when read aloud, texts can induce sleep giving them new meaning.
* Admission to all events are free of charge. Prior registrations are suggested and are accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. If applications are oversubscribed before the deadline, we will stop accepting applications without further notice. Please visit https://rebase.clab.org.tw/ for full details.
* The organizer reserves the right to modify or cancel the event.