For-giving . For-getting
Proposed by 賴雯淑 Wen-Shu Lai / Associate Professor, Institute of Applied Arts, National Chiao Tung University.Performance by the transArt NCTU team, and Taiwanese artists
(1) Hsinchu (former Imperial Japanese Navy’s Sixth Fuel Factory) 新竹（新竹六燃大煙囪廠房）
(2) Taipei (former Air Force Command Headquarters) 台北，原空軍總司令部
(3) Berlin, Germany
The concept and theme
The transArt NCTU team proposes to deliver a multi-media performance featuring interactive device, projection mapping and dance, thereby recounting the stories of this historic site through the semantic lacuna in the term “for-giving．for-getting”.
交大跨領域藝術團隊作品，使用 “for-giving．for-getting” 等這些字的語意缺口來開展和呈現故事的內容，進行多媒體互動投影與舞者的表演
Words of the main concept
Disremember→dis-remember (not to be a member again)
The actors and dancers interpret the inseparable links among “history,” “memory,” “forgiving,” “forgetting” and “amnesia” through dialogue, dance and projection.
The Structure of the Performance
Seven (or four) actors, each stands under his/her cloud and says:
When you for-get, I’m lost in the dark.
When you for-give, I’m free like a cloud
Member, member, member, we are together when we re-member.
Number, number, number, take a number when we dis-remember.