Taipei Next Month|Dec 2020

With the end of the year approaching, there is no less fun you can find in the city. This guide is going to introduce you the year’s one last great immersive experience in Audio Architecture from Tokyo, Illustration Fair to enjoy in the jolly season, and a perfect perspective to look at the city through its history of printing industry in Bopiliao.

I. Audio Architecture: 聲音的建築展 in 台北

Starting on the 25th of December 2020, the Tokyo group 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT and the Taiwanese host INCEPTION 啟藝 will be cooperating to bring the exhibition of light, music, and space design to Huashan 1914 Creative Park East 2AB Hall.

The core of the exhibition lies in “vusualising music”, as a result, the hosting group puts the emphasis on connecting the traits of architectures and music, aiming to make the visiors feel the space being built with music and sounds.

As more and more immersive exhibitions and performances emmerge, I personally expect this one to be outstanding in terms of its scale and the impact the software and hardware can bring.

Find more information on INCEPTION 啟藝, and tickets on FamiPort, ibon, Books.com, Taketla, UDN, Accupass, and era Ticket.

II. Taipei Illustration Fair 2020 台北插畫藝術節

The 3rd Taipei Illustration Fair is going to take place on the 4th-6th of December in Shongshan Creative Park, with the theme of “Who’s Whose Who?”, bringing the topic of self identity and interpersonal relationships to the public’s eye with the prospering creative energy in the field of illustration.

The annual fair invites both local and foreign artists, so the visitors can expect a wide diversity of styles to appreciate. Over 100 artists will surely turn the exhibition to a visual feast.

Find out more information here on the official site and tickets on their Accupass page.

III. West-Taipei Centennial: A New Imprint of Life’s Track 百年城西:活版印刷特展 — 萬華印刷記憶

Exhibited in Wanhua District, the exhibition invites the visitors to take a glimpse on the history of movable-type printing in Taipei and the publishing industry thrives upon.

Grasp a piece of old Taipei here on their official site and in person in the No.27 Exhibition Room in Bopiliao.