Museum of Rhythm – Short Film / Interview

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The Museum of Rhythm: A Constellation of Anomaly

The Museum of Rhythm: A Constellation of Anomaly The Greek terminology for a water clock, clepsydra literally means: “to steal water” or “water thief.” As the earliest time-keeping devices, water clocks in different parts of the world assumed contrasting forms yet measured time-flow with a perpetually leaking vessel. Be it an earthen bowl or the … Continue reading

The Museum of Rhythm at Taipei Biennial 2012

“Are there not alternatives to memory and forgetting: periods where the past returns – and periods where the past effaces itself? Perhaps such an alternative would be the rhythm of history…”– Henri Lefebvre1 The imaginative potential of telling time may no longer lie in minor dissections of petrified chronicles, but in reconsidering the entirety of … Continue reading

Feet of Clay – Taipei Biennial 2010

Published in TAKE on Art Magazine: Oeuvre (Issue 4, January 2011) (Excerpt) At some point during a public dialogue between Jacques Rancière and Oliver Davis at the ‘EYE Institute’ (Amsterdam), my mind traveled beyond the precincts of the snug auditorium, past the picnicking tourists in Vondelpark and hurtled all the way into the Taipei Fine … Continue reading