Black Hole Museum + Body Browser - as a part of Focus Taiwan C-LAB

Presented during the IRCAM Forum Workshop 2023 In Paris as a part of Focus Taiwan C-LAB.


Conceived by Taiwanese artist SU Wen-Chi, Dancing Gravity is an experimental performance project on how to imagine and perceive abstract gravity in astronomy with the movement of dance, sound and light. Originated in Accelerate@CERNTaiwan (Geneva) in 2016 and supported by the Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) in the U.S. 2019, its current working-in-progress Black Hole Museum + Body Brower is evolved with C-LAB Taiwan Sound Lab; inviting dancer, sound and VR artists jointly explore aspects of performing in a VR spacetime, along with reflections on the epidemic prevention and border control, on how we meet offsite. YiLab founded by SU Wen-Chi comprises new media and performance artists seeking to present new performing formats. Active in the global art scene, they have performed in Kunsten festival des arts (Brussels), La Bâtie(Geneva) and Performance Space (Sydney).



YiLab, Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab (C-LAB)

Creation Team

Concept/ Workshop Planning: Wen-Chi SU

Choreography: Wen-Chi SU, Li-Wei TU

Dancer: Li-Wei TU

Sound Design/ Acoustic Treatment/ WFS Support: Ping-Sheng WU

Scenography Design: Huei-Ming CHANG

Black Hole Museum VR Design: Wen-Yee HSIEH

Body Browser VR Design : Yu-Jei HUANG

VR Program Integration/ Motion Capture: Yu-Jie HUANG

Scientific Partner: Diego Blas

Workshop/ Rehearsal Assistant: Hai-Wen HSU