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Ghost Mountain Ghost Shovel Art Collective, HUANG Ya-Li, XIE Zhongqi, TING LiPing, LIU Fangyi, LEE Shih-Yang2016-15th Visual Arts Award
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Ghost Mountain Ghost Shovel Art Collective (Live Art Group)Ghost Mountain Ghost Shovel Art Collective (GMGS) was launched in 2009. The live art group aims to explore the unpredictability in performance and view the audience as part of the uncertainty in live performance. Led by LEE Au-Sen and CHEN Pi-Chi, whose academic background relate to video art, sociology, ballet, and costume design, GMGS engages in live art anonymously with a revolving set of members that comes from the fields of independent media, comic, improvisational noise, and art. The goal of the group is to create a visionary foundation with performance, with which everyone could contribute to the development of a fictional reality in different ways. The artists, the audience, and the performers become a unity, and uninhibitedly transform the chaotic art experiences into reality.

Huang Ya-Li (Film Director)is an independent filmmaker in Taiwan, who is interested in the connection between and extension of images and sounds. In recent years, he has been involved in documentaries concerning Taiwan during the Japanese colonial period. He intends to explore the possibility of interpreting reality in the form of documentaries through historical research and examination, and to reflect on the relationship between Taiwan, Asia, and the world. Le Moulin was his first feature film.

Xie Zhongqi (Sound Artist) is a sound artist, computer music composer, sound effect artist, and also engages in sound recording, criticism, project planning and Japanese-Chinese translation. His writings and works have won the Honorable Mention in BIAS Sound Art Exhibition and the Sound Art Prize in the Digital Art Awards Taipei, and his thesis was selected in Digital Art Criticism Awards. He is the member of Taipei Sound Unit, the founder of TrafficJam and GhostChoir, the only Chinese choir that combines poetry reading and sound art.

Huang Ya-Li (Film Director) is an independent filmmaker in Taiwan, who is interested in the connection between and extension of images and sounds. In recent years, he has been involved in documentaries concerning Taiwan during the Japanese colonial period. He intends to explore the possibility of interpreting reality in the form of documentaries through historical research and examination, and to reflect on the relationship between Taiwan, Asia, and the world. Le Moulin was his first feature film.

Xie Zhongqi (Sound Artist) is a sound artist, computer music composer, sound effect artist, and also engages in sound recording, criticism, project planning and Japanese-Chinese translation. His writings and works have won the Honorable Mention in BIAS Sound Art Exhibition and the Sound Art Prize in the Digital Art Awards Taipei, and his thesis was selected in Digital Art Criticism Awards. He is the member of Taipei Sound Unit, the founder of TrafficJam and GhostChoir, the only Chinese choir that combines poetry reading and sound art.

TING Liping (Vocal and Performance Artist) Through vocal experimental sounding, research on philosophical thinking, and her poetry as art-action, TING Liping continues the exploration on humanistic and environmental sound experiments. Targeting the ever-present unbalanced nature of human survival and facing a chaotic and troubled environment, TING seeks to pose questions through art and incite concern and care! Her works include the sound installation, Noisy-Words-Silence—Nos Souffles d'Echos—Mur de Murmure, the poetry art-action series, Paper Timing, Light Action, which is a collaboration with blind children, Vacuum, 7 Marche en Poésie, My Falling Stone Smile, Fete de Dévoilement, etc.

LIU Fangyi (Sound Artist) has been engaging in the creation of improvisational music, field recording and sound collage. His work focuses on the possibilities of human vocal expression and the relationship between sound and environment. He has participated in interdisciplinary sound performances in dance and theatre, and has collaborated with sound artists from Japan, France, Austria, China, Holland, and the UK. In 2016, he participated in Connect project + Sun∞ Moon in Stockholm Fringe Festival, which won the Most Provocative Award.

LEE Shih-Yang (Pianist) has been dedicated his time to improvised music. He has collaborated with artists from different fields, including painting, theatre, multi-media, and dancing. He is the founder and co-leader of the improvisation ensemble, Ka Dao Yin. LEE has won the Golden Indie Music Award and Golden Melody Award of Traditional Arts and Music several times. He collaborated with HORSE Dance Theatre and served as the composer and live pianist for 2 Men, which was one of the top 10 finalists in the Performing Arts Category in the 11th Taishin Arts Award. LEE is also the founder and music director of Taiwan International Improvised Music Festival.

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