Taipei 101 holds interactive exhibition for Taiwan International Festival of Arts

A wide array of visually impressive spaces make the exhibition an Instagrammable hotspot for the Lunar New Year holidays

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Taipei 101 holds exhibition for 2019 TIFA (Photo/FB@ntch.tw)

Taipei 101 holds exhibition for 2019 TIFA (Photo/FB@ntch.tw)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – An art exhibition is currently taking place at Taipei 101 in conjunction with the 2019 Taiwan International Festival of Arts (TIFA) organized by the National Theater and Concert Hall (NTCH).

For its 11th year, TIFA seeks to redefine itself, not as a medium showcasing artistic visions, but as a carnival where everyone is allowed to participate in search of his or her own source of artistic inspiration, said Liu Yi-Ruu (劉怡汝), Executive and Artistic Director of the NTCH.

In addition to the 19 programs – encompassing concerts and theatrical performances -- being staged at the the National Theater and Concert Hall, NTCH for the first time has joined hands with the iconic landmark in Taipei to hold an exhibition on the ground floor, which lasts until Mar. 24.

One exhibition zone, in the hallway along Songzhi Road, is designed to reflect the 19 shows. Visitors are invited to immerse themselves in a melodious environment or against a theatrical setting, for example to be surrounded by an accordion song composed by Golden Indie Music Awards winner Achino Chang (張翰中), reports Central News Agency.

The exhibition zone of the hallway along Xinyi Road, on the other hand, features a magical mirror house in which visitors will find images of themselves reflected from various angles as if enclosed in a massive kaleidoscope. The installation is set to emerge as an Instagrammable spot during the LNY holiday, writes CNA.

Find out more about 2019 Taiwan International Festival of Arts at its official website.


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