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梁基爵 x 蔡明亮 [一零] One Zero

NEW VISION ARTS FESTIVAL 2016 新視野藝術節2016

GayBird X Tsai Ming Liang 梁基爵 X 蔡明亮

ONE ZERO 一零

A Visual Music Encounter 一次媒體裝置音樂旅程

Music flows with time, time and space are frozen in images. People and the different elements roam among the constructs, immersed in the development from opposition to exchange, shuttling between the simple binary elements of ‘1’ and ‘0’ evolving into infinite multi-dimensional space.

音樂跟著時間流動,影像把時空停留,人與各種元素共同遊走在不同建構中,體驗從對立到對調再延伸到對應的過程,穿梭於「一」和「零」最簡約的元素中,再而進化至無盡的多維空間。

Music, Creative Director and Installation Design:GayBird
音樂、創作總監及裝置設計:梁基爵

影像導演:蔡明亮(馬來西亞)
Video Director : Tsai Ming Liang (Malaysia)

Cello:Winca Chan 大提琴 : 陳韻
Accordion:Natalie Zhang 手風琴 : 張月明
Drum & Percussion : Nate Wong 敲擊:黃彥康

Producer:Heidi Lee 監製: 李藹儀
New Instrument Design:Wang Chung-kun (Taiwan)
新樂器設計: 王仲堃(台灣)
Media Design 媒體設計:WARE
Set Design:Chow Ching 佈景設計 : 周貞
Mechanical Design : Joseph Chan 機械設計:陳家俊
Lighting Design:Allen Fung 燈光設計: 馮海林
Costume Design : Toby Lam 服裝設計 : 林蔚彥
Production Manager:Lawrence Lee 製作經理 : 李浩賢

Graphic Design 平面設計:Sandy Choi Associates
Photography & Video Support 攝影及錄像拍攝贊助:Secret 9 Production House
Digital Promotion Support 數字媒體宣傳支持:Pineapple Design

28 - 30.10 Fri五 - Sun日 8pm
29 - 30.10 Sat六 - Sun日 3pm

Hong Kong Cultural Centre Studio Theatre
香港文化中心劇場

HK$320
Free Seating 不設劃位

節目全長約1小時15分鐘,不設中場休息 Approx. 1 hour 15 minutes without intermission

Part of the show takes place in a standing zone. Comfortable shoes are recommended 部分環節須站立觀賞,宜穿著輕便鞋履

Meet-the-artist sessions after the evening performances on 28 and 29 October
10月28日及29日夜場設演後藝人談

Tickets available at URBTIX from 26 August onwards
門票於8月26日在城市電腦售票處發售

Programme Enquiries 節目查詢 : 23701044

Presented by:Leisure and Cultural Services Department
主辦 :康樂及文化事務署

GayBird (梁基爵)

GayBird. Born and educated in Hong Kong, he was graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with a master degree in 2008, specializing in music composition and electro acoustic music. In 2011, he has obtained a Master of Philosophy Degree in Creative Media at the City University of Hong Kong, specializing his research and creation in human control interface design, new media art and the interactivity of live music performance with application of media technology. Since 1996, he has started working in the Hong Kong music industry as music director, composer and producer for over a hundred of music productions, concerts and TV commercials. He has also participated in music creation for theatre productions, and creates theme song for movie. His works have been nominated or awarded in Asian Composer League music Competition, CASH Golden Sail Music Award, Hong Kong Film Award, Taiwan Golden House Film Award and TVB Music Award, etc. His contemporary music compositions has been performed in many international music festivals including World New Music Days (Sweden) by International Society for Contemporary Music, Asian Music Festival (Taiwan and Japan) by Asian Composers League, and Musicarama (Hong Kong), etc.

GayBird is a core member of PMPS Music, a cutting-edge production unit in blending alternative cultures with contemporary music, and dedicated in expanding vocabularies in the mainstream music industry. In his own music development, he has also formed an electronic group – Multiplex and published the debut album, Snow in June as early as in 1995, with music across neoclassical to electronic. He later returned to focus on his personal music exploration, and delved into the sonic terrain of analogue synthesizers that opened up to him, and resulted with the album Made by Gaybird published in 2002.

In 2011, he collaborated with a few Hong Kong new media artists, and successfully brought up a new media music experiment – Digital Hug. The production was awarded Hong Kong Design Award 2011 Bronze Award for new media experiment/performance. GayBird was awarded Best Electronic Music Artist at the Chinese Music Media Awards 2012 for the album of same title, and also awarded for the Ten Outstanding Designers Awards 2012 from the Hong Kong Art and Design Festival. In 2012, Digital Hug has already toured to MaD Forum (HK), Open Box Series by Macao Cultural Centre (Macau), FILE – Electronic Language International Festival (Sao Paulo, Brazil), Cloud Adventure - 2012 Digital Performing Arts Festival (Kaohsiung and Taipei), EXIT Festival 2013 (Creteil, France) and Scopitone Festival 2013 (Nantes, France).

In 2013, GayBird has created another visual music performance - CouCou on MARS. In bringing forward his ideas on developing custom-made new media instruments, he also re-constructed century-old "futuristic" instruments together for exploration of a more thematic music performance.

Apart from new media instrument development, music composition and performance, he also creates sound installations. In 2012, his work "When the Cloud is Low" was included in the group exhibition - Musique Plastique, 2012 (organised by agnès b., Hong Kong), and another group exhibition - Artificial Nature, 2013 (organised by EXIT Festival 2013, France).

www.madebygaybird.com

Tsai Ming-liang (蔡明亮)

(born 27 October 1957) is a Malaysian Chinese and one of the most celebrated "Second New Wave" film directors of Taiwanese Cinema, along with earlier contemporaries such as Hou Hsiao-Hsien and Edward Yang. His films have been acclaimed worldwide and have won numerous film festival awards.
Tsai was born in Malaysia of Chinese ethnic background and spent his first 20 years of his life in Kuching, Sarawak, after which he moved to Taipei, Taiwan. This, he says, had "a huge impact on [his] mind and psyche," perhaps later mirrored in his films. "Even today," says Tsai, "I feel I belong neither to Taiwan nor to Malaysia. In a sense, I can go anywhere I want and fit in, but I never feel that sense of belonging."[1] He graduated from the Drama and Cinema Department of the Chinese Culture University of Taiwan in 1982 and worked as a theatrical producer, screenwriter, and television director in Hong Kong.
Tsai's film honors include a Golden Lion (best picture) for Vive L'Amour at the Venice Film Festival in 1994; the Silver Bear – Special Jury Prize for The River at the 47th Berlin International Film Festival;[2] the FIPRESCI award for The Hole at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival;[3] and the Alfred Bauer Prize and Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Achievement for The Wayward Cloud at the 2005 Berlin International Film Festival. In 1995, he was a member of the jury at the 45th Berlin International Film Festival.[4]
All of his feature films have starred Taiwanese actor Lee Kang-sheng.
The Malaysian Censorship Board on 4 March 2007 decided to ban Tsai's latest film shot in Malaysia, I Don't Want to Sleep Alone, based on 18 counts of incidents shown in the film depicting the country "in a bad light" for cultural, ethical, and racial reasons. However, they later allowed the film to be screened in the country after Tsai agreed to censor parts of the film according to the requirements of the Censorship Board.[5]
In 2003, he was voted by UK newspaper The Guardian as No. 18 of the 40 best directors in the world.

NEW VISION ARTS FESTIVAL 2016 新視野藝術節2016

GayBird X Tsai Ming Liang 梁基爵 X 蔡明亮

ONE ZERO 一零

A Visual Music Encounter 一次媒體裝置音樂旅程

Music flows with time, time and space are frozen in images. People and the different elements roam among the constructs, immersed in the development from opposition to exchange, shuttling between the simple binary elements of ‘1’ and ‘0’ evolving into infinite multi-dimensional space.

音樂跟著時間流動,影像把時空停留,人與各種元素共同遊走在不同建構中,體驗從對立到對調再延伸到對應的過程,穿梭於「一」和「零」最簡約的元素中,再而進化至無盡的多維空間。

Music, Creative Director and Installation Design:GayBird
音樂、創作總監及裝置設計:梁基爵

影像導演:蔡明亮(馬來西亞)
Video Director : Tsai Ming Liang (Malaysia)

Cello:Winca Chan 大提琴 : 陳韻
Accordion:Natalie Zhang 手風琴 : 張月明
Drum & Percussion : Nate Wong 敲擊:黃彥康

Producer:Heidi Lee 監製: 李藹儀
New Instrument Design:Wang Chung-kun (Taiwan)
新樂器設計: 王仲堃(台灣)
Media Design 媒體設計:WARE
Set Design:Chow Ching 佈景設計 : 周貞
Mechanical Design : Joseph Chan 機械設計:陳家俊
Lighting Design:Allen Fung 燈光設計: 馮海林
Costume Design : Toby Lam 服裝設計 : 林蔚彥
Production Manager:Lawrence Lee 製作經理 : 李浩賢

Graphic Design 平面設計:Sandy Choi Associates
Photography & Video Support 攝影及錄像拍攝贊助:Secret 9 Production House
Digital Promotion Support 數字媒體宣傳支持:Pineapple Design

28 - 30.10 Fri五 - Sun日 8pm
29 - 30.10 Sat六 - Sun日 3pm

Hong Kong Cultural Centre Studio Theatre
香港文化中心劇場

HK$320
Free Seating 不設劃位

節目全長約1小時15分鐘,不設中場休息 Approx. 1 hour 15 minutes without intermission

Part of the show takes place in a standing zone. Comfortable shoes are recommended 部分環節須站立觀賞,宜穿著輕便鞋履

Meet-the-artist sessions after the evening performances on 28 and 29 October
10月28日及29日夜場設演後藝人談

Tickets available at URBTIX from 26 August onwards
門票於8月26日在城市電腦售票處發售

Programme Enquiries 節目查詢 : 23701044

Presented by:Leisure and Cultural Services Department
主辦 :康樂及文化事務署

GayBird (梁基爵)

GayBird. Born and educated in Hong Kong, he was graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with a master degree in 2008, specializing in music composition and electro acoustic music. In 2011, he has obtained a Master of Philosophy Degree in Creative Media at the City University of Hong Kong, specializing his research and creation in human control interface design, new media art and the interactivity of live music performance with application of media technology. Since 1996, he has started working in the Hong Kong music industry as music director, composer and producer for over a hundred of music productions, concerts and TV commercials. He has also participated in music creation for theatre productions, and creates theme song for movie. His works have been nominated or awarded in Asian Composer League music Competition, CASH Golden Sail Music Award, Hong Kong Film Award, Taiwan Golden House Film Award and TVB Music Award, etc. His contemporary music compositions has been performed in many international music festivals including World New Music Days (Sweden) by International Society for Contemporary Music, Asian Music Festival (Taiwan and Japan) by Asian Composers League, and Musicarama (Hong Kong), etc.

GayBird is a core member of PMPS Music, a cutting-edge production unit in blending alternative cultures with contemporary music, and dedicated in expanding vocabularies in the mainstream music industry. In his own music development, he has also formed an electronic group – Multiplex and published the debut album, Snow in June as early as in 1995, with music across neoclassical to electronic. He later returned to focus on his personal music exploration, and delved into the sonic terrain of analogue synthesizers that opened up to him, and resulted with the album Made by Gaybird published in 2002.

In 2011, he collaborated with a few Hong Kong new media artists, and successfully brought up a new media music experiment – Digital Hug. The production was awarded Hong Kong Design Award 2011 Bronze Award for new media experiment/performance. GayBird was awarded Best Electronic Music Artist at the Chinese Music Media Awards 2012 for the album of same title, and also awarded for the Ten Outstanding Designers Awards 2012 from the Hong Kong Art and Design Festival. In 2012, Digital Hug has already toured to MaD Forum (HK), Open Box Series by Macao Cultural Centre (Macau), FILE – Electronic Language International Festival (Sao Paulo, Brazil), Cloud Adventure - 2012 Digital Performing Arts Festival (Kaohsiung and Taipei), EXIT Festival 2013 (Creteil, France) and Scopitone Festival 2013 (Nantes, France).

In 2013, GayBird has created another visual music performance - CouCou on MARS. In bringing forward his ideas on developing custom-made new media instruments, he also re-constructed century-old "futuristic" instruments together for exploration of a more thematic music performance.

Apart from new media instrument development, music composition and performance, he also creates sound installations. In 2012, his work "When the Cloud is Low" was included in the group exhibition - Musique Plastique, 2012 (organised by agnès b., Hong Kong), and another group exhibition - Artificial Nature, 2013 (organised by EXIT Festival 2013, France).

www.madebygaybird.com

Tsai Ming-liang (蔡明亮)

(born 27 October 1957) is a Malaysian Chinese and one of the most celebrated "Second New Wave" film directors of Taiwanese Cinema, along with earlier contemporaries such as Hou Hsiao-Hsien and Edward Yang. His films have been acclaimed worldwide and have won numerous film festival awards.
Tsai was born in Malaysia of Chinese ethnic background and spent his first 20 years of his life in Kuching, Sarawak, after which he moved to Taipei, Taiwan. This, he says, had "a huge impact on [his] mind and psyche," perhaps later mirrored in his films. "Even today," says Tsai, "I feel I belong neither to Taiwan nor to Malaysia. In a sense, I can go anywhere I want and fit in, but I never feel that sense of belonging."[1] He graduated from the Drama and Cinema Department of the Chinese Culture University of Taiwan in 1982 and worked as a theatrical producer, screenwriter, and television director in Hong Kong.
Tsai's film honors include a Golden Lion (best picture) for Vive L'Amour at the Venice Film Festival in 1994; the Silver Bear – Special Jury Prize for The River at the 47th Berlin International Film Festival;[2] the FIPRESCI award for The Hole at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival;[3] and the Alfred Bauer Prize and Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Achievement for The Wayward Cloud at the 2005 Berlin International Film Festival. In 1995, he was a member of the jury at the 45th Berlin International Film Festival.[4]
All of his feature films have starred Taiwanese actor Lee Kang-sheng.
The Malaysian Censorship Board on 4 March 2007 decided to ban Tsai's latest film shot in Malaysia, I Don't Want to Sleep Alone, based on 18 counts of incidents shown in the film depicting the country "in a bad light" for cultural, ethical, and racial reasons. However, they later allowed the film to be screened in the country after Tsai agreed to censor parts of the film according to the requirements of the Censorship Board.[5]
In 2003, he was voted by UK newspaper The Guardian as No. 18 of the 40 best directors in the world.

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Event Date 10-28-2016 8:00 pm
Event End Date 10-30-2016 10:00 pm
Registration Start Date 08-26-2016 12:00 am
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