I found out about this exhibition through a friend. I can’t tell you too much about it, because all the information online & at the exhibition itself is in Chinese, so I would strongly advise going along with a friend who can read Chinese.
That said, I can tell you this. The event is being held in Nangang, which is an area of Taipei City which I certainly don’t frequent all that often, so it was nice to get out there & see somewhere new. It is being presented by Heineken Light, and features the work of six Taiwanese artists, including Akibo Lee – the man behind the Big Pow robot at Zhongshan (if you don’t know what I’m talking about … http://myblog-joseph.blogspot.tw/2010/09/blog-post_14.html).
It was a rainy day, and the exhibition is housed in several buildings, in what seemed to be a former industrial estate, so getting between the different artists displays was a bit of a drag (walking in the rain, avoiding puddles etc). There weren’t many people there, and the layout of the event is a little all over the place, though it was a good way to while away a few hours, rather than being stuck at home watching the rain come down. My personal favourite display was a rocking horse & video display, who’s speed was controlled by the pace of the rider’s pulse. Very cool.
I’ve included a map below, so that you can find your way there from Nangang MRT Station. Please note this is Nangang station, not Taipei Nangang Exhibition Centre Station! More info @ http://www.wowlavie.com/agenda_in.php?keyword&article_id=AE1300479&c=%E9%80%9B%E5%B1%95%E8%A6%BD (all in Chinese).