蘇文琪, 編舞者, 新媒體表演藝術家, 一當代舞團概念執行. 


2005 年創立一當代舞團,創作理念:一個作品中沒有唯一的中心媒介,只有看似相同卻又互相衝擊的概念;每位參與創作的藝術家都是獨立的個體,可自由提出各種觀點以深入作品命題核心 。 

專注探索新媒體與表演藝術結合的創作形式,擅長用看似冷硬的科技手法呈現最人性溫度的哲學議題,並透過「身體」回應開啟與環境的對話可能。2017年兩廳院駐館藝術家, 曾於歐洲核子研究組織(CERN), 美國Curtis R. Priem實驗媒體和表演藝術中心(EMPAC)駐村, 作品受邀巡迴於比利時KunstenFestivaldesArts、南韓光州亞洲藝術劇院、瑞士日內瓦La Bâtie, Mapping Festival......等國內外具指標性藝術節,被視為台灣此領域中極具代表性的藝術家。曾獲第九屆台新藝術獎評審團特別獎,世界舞台設計展WSD另類設計金獎。

SU Wen-Chi is a choreographer and new media artist working and live in Taiwan

In 2005 SU founded YiLab. in Taiwan, an experimental group of new media and performance artists working on integrating new technology with the performing arts, and seeking to present new performing formats. YiLab.’s philosophy is: in a work, there is not just one dominant medium, only concepts that appear similar but collide with one another; every artist involved is an independent entity who can freely put forward their viewpoint and undertake in-depth exploration of the core significance of the theme.

SU is dedicated to exploring the creative form that integrates new media with performing arts and then responding with “bodies” to initiate the possibility of dialogue with the surroundings. She is known for interpreting philosophical issues of human warmth with seemingly cold technological methods. SU has been the artist-in-residence in the National Theater & Concert Hall in Taipei, in the project “Arts@CERN” at the European Organization for Nuclear Research(CERN) and in the Curtis R Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center(EMPAC). Her works have been invited to perform at many prominent art festivals and venues both in Taiwan and abroad, such as the Taiwan International Festival of Arts, Digital Art Festival Taipei, KunstenFestivaldesArts in Belgium, Gwangju’s Asia Culture Center in South Korea, as well as La Bâtie Festival and Mapping Festival in Geneva, Switzerland. As one of Taiwan’s iconic figures in this field, SU has won the Jury’s Special Award in the 9th Taishin Arts Award and Alternative Design Gold Award in the 2017 World Stage Design Award.