Experimental Canada/Taiwan 2012 No dialogue 0:01:47
Taipei is a city where the traditional and contemporary meet and marry. This dichotomy is manifested on the streets where bicycles, scooters, cars and buses compete for dominance reflecting the realities of urban mobility in one of the world’s most densely populated metropolis. Due to its tropical climate, Taipei has a culture of leisure evident in the number of parks and bicycle paths. At the same time, traffic congestion and over population is a reality.
soJin Chun is a Toronto-based artist working in video and installation. Using a whimsical and humorous approach, her work examines cultural multiplicity and complexities of immigration through local narratives. Chun has participated in video screening and exhibitions internationally, including a solo exhibition at Tragaluz Digital in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain as part of Fotonoviembre, a Biennale photography festival. Chun has a B.A. in Applied Arts from Ryerson University and a Masters in Communications and Culture from Ryerson/York Universities. She is currently the Head of Education and Community Outreach at Gallery 44.