The Space Warriors and The Digigrave revisits Taiwan’s Space Warriors, exploring collective memory and values of nationalism, Confucianism, and chauvinism. Drawing on Queer Time, it challenges traditional views, advocating anti-productivity and resistance against male-centric history. By integrating AI tools and film skills, it offers metaphysical and technical solutions, reconciling struggles with nationhood, identity, gender, morality and ideologies.
Please note: Limited capacity, registration required – in addition to a valid ticket, you need a (free) ticket reservation for the respective event in advance. Reservations for Deep Space 8K events must be scanned on-site no later than 15min before the programme starts.
Su Hui-Yu (TW)
Su Hui-Yu examines mass media, pop culture, martial law memories and postcolonial history. Her works have been exhibited at Taipei Fine Arts Museum, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Retrospective at Rotterdam Film Festival an won the Taishin Arts Award for Visual Art.
This project is part of the 5th VH AWARD and presented with support by the Hyundai Motor Group.