Luminarie a Taiwan

Riceviamo dalla nostra radio antidotista a Taiwan un simpatico contributo che non esito a mettere sul sito! Mi spiega Hsiao Ying: “si tratta di un tempio in un villaggio a una mezz’ora di auto da casa mia. Lo show di luci e colori e’ una delle storie di uno degli dei rappresentati nel tempio”.

Beh si parlava in radio di recente delle luminarie natalizie, della mania di fare projection mapping in blu in giro per le piazze d’italia, a questo punto noi preferiamo la versione di Taiwan!

Fatevi un giro anche voi!

Il tempio e il suo “presepe”

No. 160, Fenglin Road, Xiaogang District, Kaohsiung City, STASERA!

Potrebbe essere Milazzo… o almeno questo e’ quello che mi racconta Hsiao Ying 🙂


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Yesterday we have opened the door, broadcasting with mobiles from around Turin and Liguria. This morning we go to the island of Taiwan, in the city of Kaoshung, a big harbour city.

Our friend Hsiao Ying, gifted curator and initiator of a local artist cooperative and gallery, took us with her and her sister on a downtown ride, starting from a parlor and out on an electric scooter to the night market.
Back they stopped to the coffeplace that act as the base for a very serious community of young makers, students and artists.

Selection of the soundwalk

Taiwan is advanced into the social understanding of arts, and the program of arts as occasions for community builders has a long history, confronted as well with resilience, environmental issues and respectful preservation of tribal cultures and other minorities.

Thank you for your sounds and images!

Downtown, were we can listen to a street artist and puff a smoke