Ars Electronica Garden Tsing Hua

Tsing Hua Garden

National Tsing Hua University (TW)

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The internationally renowned Electronic Arts Festival (ARS Electronica) in Linz, Austrian has been 41 years old. Due to the severe global epidemic of COVID-19 this year, ARS Electronica specially makes “Local Exhibition and Global Connection” to hold the festival. There are more than 100 different cities on the five continents of the world are recruited online to exhibit simultaneously. The theme of this year is “GARDEN”. We can see the different styles and specialties in different cities online.

Tsing Hua Garden is the joint event of Ars Electronica Festival 2020 hosted by National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), with 3 programs:

  • Exhibition-A: Bitter Spring and Fruity Fall
  • Exhibition-B: Buds about to Blossom
  • 360° Garden View: an online panorama gallery for our campus view.

Tsing Hua Garden

Bitter Spring and Fruity Fall Exhibition (春苦秋實) curated by Ho-Lin Lo & K.T. Li Foundation for Development of Science and Technology: an exhibition of the 15th KT Award for Technology Art, the most prestigious award for college students in digital arts in Taiwan.
There are three kinds of awards:
– 15th KT Artworks of Interactive Art
– 15th KT Artworks of Digital Animation
– 15th KT Artworks of Digital Game

Buds about to Blossom (含苞待放) curated by Su-Chu Hsu & Chu-Ying Chen: an exhibition for the artworks of young artists in NTHU, with 4 artworks:
– Flower Illuminating Forest (光花照林): constructs from IoT, the climate and COVID-19 data
collected in Tsing Hua campus.
– COVID Flower Everywhere (肺花遍野): a behavioral art to recall the impacts of COVID-19.
– Crazy Zero 2 (瘋狂的兩個0點)
– Mingled Sensations in ConvNets (卷積層的千絲萬縷)

360° Garden View: an online panorama gallery showcasing nearly 20 sights in our campus. NTHU has plenty of lakes and forests which constitute a big and beautiful garden. NTHU has a wide range of academic fields, converging creativities in science, technology, humanity and art.



Project Credits / Acknowledgements

NTHU, K.T. Li Foundation, and MOST (TAIWAN, R.O.C.)

National Tsing Hua University