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17th Venice Architecture Biennale Taiwan Exhibition - Primitive Migration from/to Taiwan
10am-6pm, 22 May - 21 Nov 2021 (Closed on Monday's)
Palazzo delle Prigioni, Castello 4209, San Marco, 30122, Venice, Italy
And that’s a wrap! After defying many obstacles against the backdrop of the pandemic, Taiwan’s response exhibition to this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale successfully ran from May to November 2021. The curatorial team and would like to thank everyone for visiting and supporting us during our journey.
14-day countdown to the closing of Venice Architecture Biennale 2021! As the sweltering weather has subsided, there couldn't be a better time to make your first visit at the 17th edition of Venice Architecture Biennale.
Be sure to visit Taiwan’s contribution, , which offers an enclosed space for respite and to explore different means of creating environmentally friendly buildings.
unfolds as a process of constant relocation, as the camera captures trajectories that transform itself throughout the film. Nomadism – an unstable and unpredictable order, romanticized, cannibalized, and mythologized – is defined by movement and migration, not only in space but also in thought, and it serves as a dimension through which the film establishes a variety of connections. Although the camera is fixed on a tripod, it documents displacement, reconstructing a trajectory that alternates between documentary and science-fiction. (YouTube link in bio).
“While languages and cultures divide humans, we are a single species”, explains the curatorial team of Primitive Migration. “A return to our fundamental feelings and emotions, can help us understand ourselves without words. Siu Siu Lab of Primitive Senses is a manifesto that we did not write but built with the intention of reconnecting with nature inside a refuge. It is a space that speaks for itself and allows you to experience, with your senses, the beauty of nature.” Read about the curators’ interview with Belgian magazine
台灣郊遊的策展團隊解釋：「雖然語言和文化把人類區分了，但我們其實是同一個物種。回歸到最根本的感覺和情感有助我們在沒有文字的情況下認識自己。少少-原始感覺研究室是一個宣言，我們並不是把它寫出來，而是在避難所內與自然重新聯繫而建立出來。避難所這個空間不言而喻，同時讓你用自己的感官去感受自然之美。」閱讀策展人在比利時雜誌 Feeling Wonen / Gael Maison的訪問
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Zero in on Taiwan! On the contribution to this year’s , director Liang Yung-fei commented, “We want to focus on the exhibition to achieve greater international visibility…We will also strengthen our collaborations with other global institutions.” is just one of many activations that grabbed the limelight in the fields of art and architecture from Taiwan. Read more report.
‘Primitive Migration from/to Taiwan’ is a manifestation of Divooe Zein Architects’ collective and transdisciplinary research-based practices of more than 20 years with artists, musicians and perfumers.
One prime example is Japanese cellist Jun Ashikari’s documentation of Taiwanese artist A-Kun, who dedicated his entire life to art performance in nature and lived in a micro-home that blends in with the surrounding natural environment. A universal dialogue on architecture begins to form when we contemplate the way humans teach each other and other species, embrace different opinions and live with different mindsets (YouTube link in bio).
Whether in rainforests, grasslands or sand dunes, luxury resorts in the wild are often coated with an earthy colour to blend in with its surrounding. The coalescence of architecture, nature and landscape not only maximizes a sense of wilderness for visitors but also harmonizes the overall environment.
In the context of our symbiotic relationship with nature, explores how mankind and architecture can create sustainable buildings that are compatible with the environment. spoke to about how architecture can pique our curiosity in exploring the wild nature (Link in bio, via United Daily News)
Exploring the profound interaction between Taiwan’s rich geological and ecological make up, as well as the ethnically diverse cultures that have made Taiwan a unique place to inhabit, dives deeper into the topic of migration from human civilization to nature. Zero in on the best pavilions from Asia and the Middle East at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale ’s round-up! (Link in bio)
The interventions from have collectively tackled the biennale’s theme through a wide array of specific yet timeless topics, including the examination of pine frames, the ubiquitous placement of QR codes, the study of cyclic water system and the proposition for a sustainable use of cement. Domus provides a comprehensive guide to year’s biennale and other useful travel tips! (Link in bio)
As for how the Taiwan contribution fits into the overarching theme of , co-curators of and .weilun, said that the architectural spaces have been very much based on the study of our behaviours and interaction with nature. Through field surveys, artistic collaborations, experimentations with locally sourced materials, they have gradually discovered sustainable propositions that respect local customs, cultures, environments whilst fulfilling the industrial needs of the present.
While international travel is slowly resuming, we hope you have a chance to visit this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale. In the meantime, enjoy this silent, meditative look at !
17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di VeneziaPrimitive Migration from/to TaiwanMay 21st to Nov. 21st , 2021 at the Palazzo delle Prigio...
How can our habitats keep up with the world’s rapid changes and movements?
Presented in a miniature scale model at , ‘Semi-ecosphere glass house for isolation and meditation’ revisits mankind's very-basic social unit: home. The multi-functional living unit was built in 2017 by Divooe Zein Architects in collaboration with Spring Pool, a glass recycling factory in Hsinchu, Taiwan.
The pod is a sustainable sanctuary that redefines the concept of our homes through the unique attributes of the glass: though transparent, the glass allows enough light to pass through whilst ensuring privacy for the inhabitants inside.
The curatorial team of deliberately left vast spaces in its exhibition setting to retain as much of the original characteristics of the Palazzo Prigioni’s interior whilst exhibiting new works that aesthetically matches with the building. Much akin to Divooe Zein’s principle of drawing barriers between nature, humanity and architecture, the curatorial ethos of the exhibition strives to create a symbiotic relationship with its original/natural setting. Read all about it at ELLE Taiwan's article!
is located on the south side of the Shangri-la Paradise theme park in Miaoli and takes shape as an experimental community. The side features a Taiwan pine forest, a manmade forest, an aquatic ecosystem, and abandoned recreational facilities. The area is transformed into a forest serving as a model intersecting both human and natural experiences and the gathering of knowledge.
At La Biennale di Venezia architect Hashim Sarkis asked participants in 2019 to address “widening political divides and growing economic inequalities”, which has taken on a new relevance since the onset of the pandemic. Contemporary art magazine ArtAsiaPacific takes a deep dive into the national pavilions from Asia-Pacific and the Middle East that address this pertinent theme.
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Built in an experimental field in the mountains and plains that combines natural culverts and explores the beauty of the surrounding area of the Great Wall of China, uses a Binchōtan charcoal board to filter air particles as a way of tackling Beijing’s air pollution. The stone walls of the work evokes an illusion of infinite darkness that is interrupted by the light that emanates through the porous layer, while the air it exudes smell of moist soil and fragrance of flowers from rare and exotic plants.
At the crux of the Taiwan showcase at La Biennale di Venezia
is the exploration of the effects of human and nature interaction. is an ongoing proposition of how architecture can be more inclusive of its natural surroundings and local cultures. Read all about it at designboom’s article!
at the 2021 venice architecture biennale, taiwan’s collateral event explores the effects of human and nature interaction and the role of architecture between the civilized world and environment. the national taiwan museum of fine arts (NTMoFA) has collaborated with curatorial teams divooe zein ar...
In line with the measures adopted by the authorities concerning the G20 Meeting in Venice, all events at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, including the Taiwan Collateral Event at Palazzo delle Prigioni, will be closed to the public from 8 to 11 July (Thursday to Sunday).
We also inform you that the Biennale Architettura 2021, running until 21 November, will be open to the public on the following Mondays (a day otherwise designated for weekly closure):
Monday 5 July
Monday 26 July
Monday 30th August
Monday 6 September
Outside the hustle and bustle at Arsenale and Giardini, several exhibitions have delicately articulated their response to the overarching theme of La Biennale di Venezia with thematic presentations. Flavia Chiavaroli ARTRIBUNE has rounded up the best collateral events at – including !
A Venezia un itinerario “fuori Biennale” alla scoperta di una serie di mostre che hanno saputo interpretare le urgenze architettoniche di oggi
in Bali is a project by that inspires the need for self-imposed tranquility where we can feel the palpable energy and spirit that circulates in nature. Comprising black-brown grid weaves that resemble local temples in Bali, Nature Monastery proposes a site for praying, residence, contemplation and healing, among others, all within nature. A structure that examines the relationship between man-made intervention, divine natural structures and vernacular architecture from Bali, Nature Monastery reflects the manifold possibilities of a peaceful co-existence between humans and the natural environment.
Exploring the profound interaction between Taiwan’s rich geological and ecological make up, as well as the ethnically diverse cultures that have made Taiwan a unique place to inhabit, dives deeper into the topic of migration from human civilization to nature. Zero in on the best pavilions from Asia and the Middle East at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale De51gn’s round-up!
“The five projects selected on this occasion do not have an underlying connection per se, but we have deliberately chosen them as they were constructed under different climates, different concepts and set in different locations. Therefore, the miniature architectures and pioneering buildings that we constructed across various locations reflect these regional differences.”
In an interview with , our curatorial team takes a deep dive into the exhibition concept, the five architecture projects on view and how these works fit into the debate on the relationship between men and nature.
People who pine to live closer to nature, constantly oscillate between urban and suburban areas, forming an informal and everchanging migratory behavior, namely travelers, spiritual practitioners, or those who are seeking their own sanctuary in nature. Learn about how to embark on a by reading ArchDaily’s report on our exhibition at La Biennale di Venezia
Taiwan’s Collateral Event for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia will run from 22 May to 21 November 2021.
Occupying the largest space of ‘Primitive Migration from/to Taiwan’, Siu Siu – is an award-winning work created by Divooe Zein Architects 自然洋行建築團隊. Originally set up in Yangmingshan National Park, suburb of Taipei, the project serves to explore the transition of working between urban civilization and the forest. Materials of no practical use, such as gloss, grass, flowers, fragrances, sound, and Buddha statues, among others, along with spaces for yoga, are imbued with a sense of spiritualism and employed as a healing process to transition life from the digital to the analog.
At Palazzo delle Prigioni, we showcase the project’s large-scale models, field surveys, accompanying text that describes the design process, numerous authentic materials and inspirational specimens, as well as various documentation of the life and work that took place onsite in the national park.
Portuguese sailors once sailed past Taiwan and were in awe of the island’s beauty, hence praising it "Ilha Formosa" in Portuguese, for which it has become known. The profound interaction between Taiwan’s rich geological and ecological appearance, as well as its ethnically diverse cultures, has made the island a unique living place. At La Biennale di Venezia, ‘Primitive Migration from/to Taiwan’ seeks to ask how Taiwan can maintain its unique way of living and its architectural culture whilst surrounded on all fronts by mountains, forests and oceans.
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Primitive Migration from/to Taiwan
With a focus on the overarching theme #HowWillWeLiveTogether, #BiennaleArchitettura2021 La Biennale di Venezia illuminates the current global need for architecture. The Taiwan Collateral Event ‘Primitive Migration from/to Taiwan’ tackles the question posed by the biennale’s curator Hashim Sarkis with three sub-themes – “Ask”, “Work Together”, and “Influence Each Other”. What is your answer this question? Be inspired by our presentation and explore the role of architecture in connecting nature with human life.
Virtual Guide of ‘Primitive Migration from/to Taiwan’
Final countdown to ‘Primitive Migration from/to Taiwan’! Here is a sneak peek of the Taiwan Collateral Event at #BiennaleArchitettura2021 La Biennale di Venezia, which will be staged in the ancient prison of Palazzo delle Prigioni. With vast empty areas for creativity and the display of our nature-inspired work, we hope you can find a tranquil state of mind in an environment that echoes the history of Venice. See you tomorrow!
《台灣郊遊 - 原始感覺共同合作場域計劃》開幕倒數的最後一天，透過3D影片搶先領略臺灣館於威尼斯建築雙年展的展覽！臺灣館展場設於前為監獄的觀光勝地「普里奇歐尼宮」，整體展場提供許多留白，希望觀眾在呼應威尼斯歷史的建築中，從我們呈現的創意和基於自然的項目，找尋到寧靜平和的心境。
People who yearn to live closer to nature, find themselves oscillating between urban and rural areas. This kind of spontaneous and ever-changing nomadic lifestyle is characteristic of travellers, spiritual practitioners, and those who pursue their sanctuary in nature.
Situated in East Asia, Taiwan is located at the convergent point of the Eurasian Plate and the Philippine Sea Plate. As one of the homelands of the Austronesian people, Taiwan is surrounded by sea and approximately 70% of the landscape is covered in verdant Alpine forests and rolling hills. As the 38th largest island in the world, Taiwan has an overall marine tropical climate, where the northern and central regions of Taiwan are subtropical, the southern region is tropical, and the mountainous regions are temperate. Taiwan is also home to over 4,077 species of native vascular plants, 800 species of vertebrates, and 20,000 recorded species of insects.
There is a fine line between the balance of development and conservation of nature that is worthy of exploring.
Taiwan-based interdisciplinary design team Divooe Zein Architects studio is committed to researching and planning projects in nature and rural fields for years. In 2014, the studio established “siu siu – Lab of Primitive Senses”, an experimental base with a core value of generating a “nature-based learning field”. The success of interdisciplinary collaboration between botanists, traditional medicine practitioners, aboriginal artists, climatologists, spiritualists, yoga instructors, and many others, is shared with the public through this experimental base. In 2017, the team collaborated with CMP Village on the project “The Forest BIG” which integrated multiple industries with the concept of “learning from nature”, further demonstrating the values and the influence of this concept. Through observing the everchanging landscape and environment of each unique architecture work and carrying out in-depth fieldworks, the team discovered that, the “tranquillity of mind” is an essential framework that co-exists with nature, ultimately ensuring that we can continue to develop yet not overly exploit nature.
The Taiwan Exhibition presents not only independent experimental works such as siu siu - Lab of Primitive Senses in Taipei and Nature Monastery in Bali, but also other planning and conceptual design projects that partnered with enterprises such as “The Forest BIG” and CMP Village, “Semi-Ecosphere Glass House” and Spring Pool Glass and JUT foundation, as well as “Lab of Primitive Perception” and developers in China. These selected projects reflect different cultural backgrounds, geographical landscape, commercial industries, space usage and other thematics. Despite having their own unique perspectives, each project plays a significant role in bridging the gap between various local contexts and demonstrating the burgeoning values of cross-disciplinary collaborations. Divooe Zein Architects studio explores and excavates the gradually forgotten elements — nature, species of flora and fauna, and culture during the “Primitive Migration” in our homeland. By creating living spaces and examining an architecture’s construction process, the studio seeks to learn from it surroundings and further collaborate with those whose daily lives are deeply imbued with ancient wisdom. People from communities of various micro-scale start to progressively merge with each other, which then paints a picture of a wholesome life.
來自台灣的自然洋行設計團隊多年來致力於自然野地郊區研究及環境規劃，並於2014年成立「少少-原始感覺研究室」共同埸域合作計劃，以「自然中的學習場域」為題，透過各領域如植物學家、傳統醫療師、原住民藝術家、生活家、氣候變遷科學家、調香師、靈修者、瑜珈老師⋯⋯等各方面原生力量策劃及探討，並將成果分享大眾，及作為未來可能的山野實驗基地建築設計參數。2017年與勤美學合作，位在中台灣的實驗計畫「森大 The Forest BIG」更將「向大自然學習」的思想與產業結合，展現更多的影響力。自然洋行從各個獨特案件的風土、田調觀察中發現，「安定的人心」是與自然環境共存、持續發展而不過度開發的重要先決條件。
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策展人 #曾志偉 在訪談中曾談到：「當我們正視人類內在的原始感知，並逐漸產生正向對應能力時，恐懼也就會消失了。」策展人 #黃偉倫 也在論述中提到在『少少—原始感覺研究室』的體驗，能回到畏懼的、赤裸的、暴力的、脆弱的自己內心的郊區。這樣的想法呼應著藝術家 旗幟作品所張揚的「Fear Eats The Soul」。
For the 17th iteration of Venice Architecture Biennale Taiwan 威尼斯建築雙年展臺灣館, the curators are Divooe Zein Architects 自然洋行建築團隊and Double-Grass International Co. 草字頭 , a collaboration commissioned by the on behalf of the Ministry of Culture. The exhibition, entitled Primitive Migration from/to Taiwan, is on show in the Palazzo delle Prigioni in Venice from 22 May to 21 November.
The exhibition culminates through exchanges with collaborators from far-reaching fields, including botanists, traditional medicine practitioners, artists and many others. They all examine and contribute to the discussion of how that which is outside of architecture can influence and construct a concept of architecture.
Exhibited works: – Lab of Primitive Sense | Nature Monastery in Bali | Semi-Ecosphere Glass House | Lab of Primitive Perception | 勤美學 森大 The Forest BIG
Curator in interview said, "When we are conscious of our inherent primal senses, and gradually develop the ability to respond to them in a positive way, our fear disappears.” Accordingly, in his curatorial statement describes the experience of the work of ‘siu siu - Lab of Primitive Senses' as a return to the dread-filled, stripped-down, violent and vulnerable outskirts of one’s innermost being. His depiction brings to mind the sentiment lying within artist ’s iconic work, Fear Eats The Soul.
The Architect's Newspaper recently featured Chain10’s exhibit at the 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale Taiwan 威尼斯建築雙年展臺灣館. The illustrious Taiwanese architecture firm made its debut through showcasing methods in which design might reflect nature through the creation of organic spaces that naturally observe and respond to the passage of time and light. Visit the link below to read the article!
The Taiwan Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale presents Primitive Migration from/to Taiwan.
May 22–November 21, 2021
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Semi-ecosphere glass house for meditation, conceptual model made from recycled glass. Photographer: Divooe Zein Architects, Courtesy: Divooe Zein Architects
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