創作與演出 / 鄔曉萱、張釋分
錄音協力 / 丁啟祐
影片製作 / 陳冠宇
作者 / 幸佳慧
繪者 / 陳昱伶
出版社 / 字畝文化出版社
近年關注表演藝術策展、藝術家群集（artists collective）、表演性（performativity）等相關研究，在策展實踐上，主要探索如何將表演作為方法，以靈活、趣味並富有詩意的方式，形成藝術家與社會之間的臨時性社群，擴展對於「共」（the commons）的經驗與想像。
The Seeable Transparent Kids
What would life be like without an identity?
One COULD go to museums and beaches, enjoy stinky tofu and school lunch but COULD NOT utilize healthcare services or study in a university as other citizens. Such a life would be one of neglected existence.
Transparent color exists but cannot be found in any palette.
Accordingly, people with a "transparent identity" live a normal but limited life. We had not heard about them until we had the chance to meet them. With their guidance, we can know them better and see through their transparency.
* During a section of the program, audience members are encouraged to draw. Please prepare paper and pens.
Co-creators & Performers / Hsiao-Hsuan Wu, Shih-Fen Chang
Vocal Recording Engineer / Chi-You Dean
Film Editor / Kuan-Yu Chen
Picture Book / The Nobody: Kids of the Stateless Migrant Workers
Author / txt. Xing Jia Hui illus. Chen Yu Ling
Storybook Publisher / WordField Publishing Ltd., a Division of WALKERS CULTURAL ENTERPRISE LTD.
Half Sugar and Half Ice for My Belly Wash Bubble Tea
Shih-Fen Chang and Hsiao-Hsuan Wu went to the same university and were roommates during their junior year. They majored in acting and earned BFAs from Taipei National University of the Arts. They are keen on approaching this world via language, the physical body, and objects. Additionally, they both felt a sense of belonging during the time they lived and traveled in Southeast Asia.
A formally trained actor with both on-screen and stage performance experience, who also have numerous acting teaching experiences. Through several years of her theatre career, she gradually became dissatisfied with inadequate fieldwork methods while improvising a theatre play. Therefore, Wu went to National Taiwan University to sit-in the Cultural Anthropology course for a year. It ended up as the start of her interest in academics. Wu's main interests are the Asian female labourers under the patriarchal societies. Additionally, her major curiosity is how to combine her curiosity in people from various cultures with art creation.
Theatre performer, performing teacher, and theater director all the above-mentioned roles take turns in Fen's life. Theatre leads Fen to understand and observe the profound reality of human nature. For her it's the curiosity towards human behavior that aroused her interest in theatre. She concerns issues of human rights.And she organized the theatre performance group, "The Blooming-Grass Cooperative" in Kaohsiung.
[ Family Online Program Series ]
Through the Family Online program series, it is hoped that "play" can return to purer starting points- imagination, humor, and adaptability. Such "play" can increase emotional resilience, which is of particular importance in this pandemic era. This program series includes interactive online performance and family cinema. During the interactive online performance, the content is decided by the audience. The performers and the children watching online play while acting out a random, interesting, and fun story. For the family cinema, four groups of creators have been invited to focus on important social issues and to make use of objects, physical movement, clown show elements, and animation into video works for family viewing.
The Family Online program series includes the following programs:
Curator: Meng-Hsuan Wu
Meng-Hsuan is a dance critic, dance dramaturge, independent curator, and the member of 307 artists collective. She recently hosted, curated, and participated in those project below: Blablabla project (performance curatorial project). Choreographic Curating: Choreography as Curatorial Strategy (Research Project). As an Art Worker, How Do We Organize Ourselves? (Research Project). TNUA Genie Lab (interdisciplinary art curatorial project).
Meng-Hsuan's interest in recent years including performing art curating, artists collective, and the research of performativity. In her curatorial practice, she is mainly exploring how to expand the imagination and experience of "the commons" through performing and curating, in a flexible, delightful and poetic way.