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10 Sept 2017, Laser Dye Workshop: 施惟捷 雷射染工作坊

Laser Dye Workshop: 施惟捷 雷射染工作坊 | RR Open Studio [16.]

Sunday, September 10 at 2 PM – 5 PM
Hosted by 施 惟 捷 / Shih Wei Chieh / wear or not to wear and Red Room 紅坊國際村

Hi ! We are holding a Laser Dye Workshop in OpenStudio this month.
哈,我們這期紅坊藝術工作室將舉行雷射染工作坊.

//藝術家介紹Artist Bio —施 惟 捷 Shih Wei Chieh//

1982年生,媒體藝術工作者、材料研究者,早期作品多使用電子零件DIY、聲音為主要媒材,自2011起開始專注在智慧
材料在織品上的應用如導電縫線和掃描矩陣在織物上的開發,他的穿戴式作品已持續在各國際電子織品和創客平台上受
到關注和邀約如SXSW、E-textile Summer Camp、AdaFruit、CTM Festival。他亦大量運用雷射媒材在他的Audio Visual和氫版顯影作品中,他的雷射作品主要研究雷射投影圖形和數位聲波取樣的同步合成關係及高速度視覺偵速和噪音的對位關係。2015年他開始另一件雷射研究「雷射染/Laser Dye」則是探索利用雷射感光放大傳統攝影沖洗底片過程,與其在大型空間中的運用、將光的物理特性作更深部的解構運用在視覺藝術上和成衣印花的數位製造上。他亦是Tribe
Against Machine計劃主辦人,該計畫邀請電子織品藝術工作者、數位製造藝術家、人類學者和國際部落與偏鄉合作,探
索新媒體、智慧纖維材料如何服務於民族社群中做為社會工具,並舉辦工作坊邀請藝術家嘗試就該主題進行年度性的智
庫討論。

Shih Wei Chieh is a media artist, e-textile prototype designer and a self-taught material researcher, graduated from Media Communication Design of Taipei Shih Chien University in 2010, he now works as a full time artist and e-textile consultant bases in Taipei. He has taught e-textile, smart materials workshops to maker spaces in Taipei, Fashion Department of Shih Chien University, E-textile Summer Camp in Pillared in Paris also Drexel University in Philadelphia in 2016. His work has presented in many global platform or festivals collaboratively such as CTM Festival Berlin, SXSW Festival Taxas, Adafruit NYU, Youfab Festival Tokyo. His material practice focus on stretchable circuits application in textile industry, printed circuits, photoelectric chemicals and laser processing related materials.

He was funded for a 2 months long textile research residency and a 6 months long fair-trade collaboration with a local NGO (Bandui Lab) and Aztec groups in Mexico in 2013, he was inspired to work with Taiwanese traditional textile communities. He uses technology
to explore the relation between traditional textile technique, society and new materials.

//雷射染 Laser Cyanotype (Laser Dye) ?//

啟發於傳統感光印相法:「氰版顯影」,使用接近紫外線波段的雷射光、投影在預塗在布面上的感光劑並留下永久的圖像,結合了傳統氰版顯影和「投影」的特性能在3D表面印製且省略了負片的製造過程。產生的圖像產生自透過程式即時轉換自環境音頻資料,一個關於光學數位印花的Generative design和個人化的實驗,這項計劃於2016Manual Jimenez Garcia, Christina Dahdaleh在Space Media Festival和Modern Body Festival 2016 中合作一個實驗工作坊”The Flexible Encoded Data”,做為布建築表面上的反應塗料,試圖將環境資料轉化成軟建築體上的圖案。另於2015入選東京 YouFab Global Creative Adwards .

Inspired by the oldest photographic printing process “cyanotype”, laser dye is a project of optical dyeing process for 3D objects, the cyanotype is made by programable 405nm laser beam triggered according to ambient environment audio data in real time. The “dye” appears like a mix of digital print and hand-dye, Because of the projected-printing therefore the process is not constrained on plane surface and require no negative film unlike traditional cyanotype process. This project is also part of the collaboration “The Flexible Encoded Data” with Manual Jimenez Garcia and Christina Dahdaleh at Taipei Space Media Festival and Modern Body Festival 2016

//工作坊流程 Workshop Schedule//
材料介紹、顯影劑調配介紹:1 minutes
Max/Msp 課程:3 hours
實作雷射染、顯影、定影(每人一張30*30cm作品):2 hours
費用: $1200/人

Welcome all:
Writers, poets, photographers, painters, sculptors, comedians, filmmakers, juggler, musicians, songwriters, dancers, designers. All artists and creatives welcome! Develop and play with ideas, or utilize this opportunity for second opinions on your work in progresses.

The bar and cash register will be closed – so please bring some beverages and snacks to share. Sharing is caring!

Please inbox us to ask if you are uncertain about how appropriate the art form/materials you’d be bringing would be suitable for the shared space. Of course, power tools are discouraged (safety + noise), and fire is not allowed on the premises (sorry, metal-workers!).

Hope to see you there!
Love, Red Room

歡迎各位:
作家,詩人,攝影師,畫家,雕塑家,喜劇演員,電影製片人,魔術師,音樂家,曲作家,舞者,設計師。所有藝術和設計有關的都歡迎!也可以利用這個機會聽聽別人的意見,彼此勉勵成長。

如果你不想做工作的東西,只是想聚一聚,也非常歡迎!但是我們想提醒你請尊重那些在精進藝術造詣的朋友,不要打擾到他們。

這是一個免費的活動 。酒吧和收銀機並不會用到 – 所以,請帶些飲料和小吃分享。共享和關懷!

如果你不確定你要表現藝術形式和材料適不適當的話,可以直接詢問我們。這個活動沒辦法使用電動工具(安全+噪音)及需要用火的工作(對不起,金屬工人!)。

希望看到您的光臨!
愛,紅房

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紅坊地址及聯絡方式
How to find us @ the Red Room
Address:
Taiwan Air force Base (TAF) 空軍創新基地 「圖書館」LIBRARY
建國南路一段177號
No. 177, Sec. 1, Jianguo S. Rd (Intersection of Jianguo S. Rd. and Jinan Rd.)

Our entrance is located on the intersection of Jianguo S. Rd. and Jinan Rd. (TAF side entrance). After passing the gate, keep marching forward and you’ll see a white building to your left called Library. Make your way to the second floor via the outer staircase on the side.

捷運: 忠孝新生捷運站六號出口
Travel by MRT:[Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station Exit 6]Walk straight along XinSheng S. Road , then turn left on Jinan Road Sec. 2 , continue down and you’ll spot the entrance.

www.redroomtaipei.comRed Room 紅坊國際村
red.room.taipei@gmail.com

2 Sept 2017, Tribe Against Machine 紅房展覽

Sep 2 at 4 PM to Sep 15 at 6 PM

Tribe Against Machine e-Textile Summer Camp Taiwan 2017

「當過去被遺忘的光被再度凝視,並被期待去服務未來的黑暗…」
這是將舉辦於台灣苗栗深山的泰雅部落裡,為期十天的年度性國際工作坊,邀請世界各地的電子織品藝術家、新媒體藝術家、人類學家、工程師、社區文化工作者,加入一場科技和傳統文化的對話。「機器」一詞來自六零年代對未來想像之代名詞,「部落」是尚未被同質化的人類文化少數團體,「部落對抗機器」期望在世界各地的部落、偏鄉舉辦電子織品工作坊,並形成一種智庫討論:「如何讓傳統與未來得以相互修補,並在這些散落的文化社群間創造彼此的國際連結,以轉變僅服務於消費型社會的科技使用現狀」。獲選藝術家將分為四組,任務是在給予的主題框架中進行限地創作,以電子織品為媒介,開啟和傳統織品部落為期十天的合作。
這個國際工作坊是受e-Textile Summer Camp:一個歐洲電子織品的藝術家交流平臺的啟發,所發起的一個新策劃,本次亦邀請其中的多位藝術家參與這次與泰雅文化合作的Taiwan Camp。

This event aims to be an annual international 10-days e-textile workshop taking place within an Atayal community in Miao-Li, Taiwan. We are inviting e-textile artists, media artists, anthropologists, engineers, and tribe culture researchers to join in a dialog between technology and tradition. “The light from the lost past is being gazed upon once again and is expected to serve the future in dark.” The term machine was used in the 60’s as a synonym for the technology-driven future, whereas a tribe is a distinct, self-sufficient group that has yet to be integrated into the national society. “Tribe Against Machine” hopes for tribal communities and villages in remote areas to turn towards discussion about how future and traditions can help repair each other, and also aims to create a networking environment among these fading culture groups as an alternative to the furthering use of future technologies in society that will in the end only serve capitalism.
Selected artists will be paired into 4 groups and will be given a frame for discussion to proceed a 10-day long collaboration with Atayal traditional textile artists, using e-textile as the medium for collaboration.
This event is inspired by e-Textile Summer Camp which is an European artist platform created to share knowledge of e-textile. This year, we have invited several artists from the Summer Camp to join this Taiwan Camp to collaborate with Atayal culture.

Artists/campers:
Afroditi Psarra (Greece)
Audrey Briot (France)
Aniela Hoitink (Netherlands)
Claire Williams (France)
Luis Rodil-Fernández (Spain)
Jimi Mased (Australia)
Johnathan Reus (Netherlands)
Martin De Bie (France)
Mika Satomi (Japan)
Nukeme (Japan)
MolMol Kuo (Taiwan)
Shih Wei Chieh (Taiwan)
Tincuta Heinzel (Romania)
Ricardo O’Nascimento (Netherlands)
Yuma Taru and Lihang Workshop (Taiwan)

organised by 施惟捷 / Shih Wei Chieh