12.8 (Thu) 19:00-1:40 

The Wall Live House

B1, No. 200, Section 4, Roosevelt Rd, Wenshan Dist., Taipei City
(near Gongguan MRT Station)

Established in 2003, The Wall Live House is the most international in terms of musical taste and professional music venue in Taiwan, establishing a trend for Taiwanese bands, building Asia’s iconic music scene and providing continuous nourishment for countless hungry music lovers for more than a decade, constantly exploring the yet to be discovered beauty of the music scene.

12.9 (Fri) 19:00-22:20 

 C-LAB Sound Lab

No. 177, Section 1, Jianguo S Rd, Da’an District, Taipei City
(near Zhongxiao Xinsheng / Zhongxiao Fuxing MRT Station)

C-LAB Taiwan Sound Lab is an institute combined with technology, academic research and contemporary creation. It is built with the collaboration of the IRCAM Centre-Pompidou in France.
Taiwan Sound Lab, as Taiwan’s first immersive sound theater devotes to the integration of sound technology development, arts and culture with the aim to promote Taiwan’s sound art based on scientific research. This theater includes a 49.4 channel speaker array to support experimental works and performances.

12.10 (Sat) 19:00-23:30 


AUSPIC PAPER is dedicated to Taiwan’s paper culture and endeavors to help users find types of paper that most suits their needs. The company also actively collaborates with paper crafts both in Taiwan and internationally, introducing new technologies while acting as the foundation that propels society forward, hoping to explore the infinite possibilities of paper through different businesses and projects.

12.11 (Sun) 14:00-22:00 

Guling Street Avant-garde Theatre

No. 2, Lane 5, Guling St, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City
(near Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall MRT Station)

Guling Street Avant-garde Theatre was originally constructed as a dormitory for the government servants during Japanese colonial period. It was then turned into a police station of Taipei City after the Nationalist Government relocated to Taiwan in 1949. The establishment of the theatre was the resulting efforts of a group of enthusiastic young theatre practitioners in 1996, requesting the city Government to preserve the building and develop it into an alternative space. In 2005, Body Phase Studio highly values the spatial characteristics of being contemporary, experimental, and progressive and reopens the theatre as a new and prospective center of experimental media and performing arts. Over the past 17 years of developing a hub of experimental theater, dance, and other multimedia performance, GLT strives to promote the development of contemporary artists and art forms.