SPEAKER / Wednesday 16 August 2017, 12.30-1.30PM at RMIT Building 1, Level 2, Room 17
Fujui Wang has played a key role in establishing sound art as an artistic field in Taiwan. In 1993 he founded the country's first experimental record label and publication, Noise, and today he is an Assistant Professor of New Media Art at the Taipei National University of the Arts. He has performed internationally, including 2015 Digital Art Festival Taipei, B!as 2015: Taiwan-Belgium Sound Art Exchange Project, Transmediale 2014 Berlin, TonLagen Festival 2014 Dresden, Queens International 2013 New York, Ars Electronica Center 2013 Linz, Venice Biennale 2011.
Fujui Wang and Yi Lu established Soundwatch Studio in Taipei in 2011 as a space to promote the creation, exhibition, performance and renovation of experimental audio art. Since then hosted performances, workshops, collaborations and dialogue between local, national and international practitioners of sound.
Fujui Wang is a part of the 2017 Liquid Architecture Program.