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"Space to sound,
sound to body,
body to machine,
machine to poetry,
poetry to space."

In a social landscape filled to the brim with busy work, she whispers to create a setting or an environment where a listener or viewer might enter into a interstice, momentarily isolated from the outer world, and be able to more intensely perceive one’s frame of mind & body.

Tzu Ni is an installation/sound artist based in Taiwan and recently shift to Netherland. Her work primarily utilises spatial and sonic installations as her practices; as to (de)construct the interconnected relationship between sound and gender and space. She believe in all the flexibility in human bodies and conscious,  try to seek a balance in between institutional and non- institutional contexts.


” 空間於聲音,聲音於身體,身體於機器,機器於儀式,儀式於詩,詩於空間。“



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