Su Yu Hsin and Angela Goh, Tidal Variations (2021), video, 14:40. Commissioned by Sydney Opera House and C-Lab, Taiwan with the support of the Ministry of Culture, Taiwan and Critical Path. Courtesy the artists.
Using the lenses of technology, ecofeminism and the body, artists Su Yu Hsin and Angela Goh have reimagined the House as a speculative data centre drifting upon water where undersea cables converge. Through language, sound, animation, dance and archival footage, their commissioned artwork weaves together a layered portrait of space, time and the virtual.
Born in Sydney, Australia. Lives and works in Sydney, Australia.
Angela Goh is a dancer and choreographer. Her work poses possibilities for disruption and transformation inside the aesthetics and conditions of technocapitalism, planetarity, and the post-anthropocene. Her work has been commissioned by the Sydney Opera House, Auto Italia, Taipei Performing Arts Center, and Next Wave, as well as being presented widely across Australia, Europe, the UK, USA, and Asia including at Performance Space New York fka PS122, Arnolfini, SPRING Festival, Baltic Circle, Artspace Sydney, Fusebox Festival, Liveworks Festival, My Wild Flag, the Art Gallery of NSW, Shedhalle, and AsiaTOPA, among others. She won the 2020 Keir Choreographic Award and the 2017 Fbi Sydney Music Arts and Culture Best Artist Award. She has received fellowships from Sydney Dance Company and Create NSW, as well as residencies from Rimbun Dahan, Tanzhaus Zurich and the Cite Internationale des Arts, among others.
Su Yu Hsin
Born in Taiwan, Lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
Su Yu Hsin approaches ecology from the point of view of its close relationship with technology. In her film and video installations, her artistic research reflects on technology, ecology, and the critical infrastructure in which the human and non-human converge. Her analytical and poetic storytelling focuses on map-making, operational photography, and the technical production of geographical knowledge. Su has participated in group exhibitions at the Centre Pompidou-Metz, the Museum of Contemporary Art Busan, Taipei Biennial 2020, ZKM Karlsruhe, UCCA Center for Contemporary Art and Haus der Kulturen der Welt, among others.