Once in a while you find yourself in an odd situation. You get into it by degrees and in the most natural way but, when you are right in the midst of it, you are suddenly astonished and ask yourself how in the world it all came about.
— Thor Heyerdahl
It’s been a long way down working on this project. To discover the nonexistent world you must be lost in the world of fog. Read more >
During his residency, Tzu-Huan Lin built a virtual utopia with participants from around the world, inviting people to take part in creating their own version of utopia in a collaborative space. To see documentation of this, to create your own utopia, and explore more of Tzu-Huan Lin’s work, visit the online exhibition in Mozilla Hubs by clicking here. (Best browser to use is Firefox, you may need to be a little patient with Chrome.)
Before setting off to explore Tzu-Huan Lin’s utopian spaces, you may want to familiarise yourself by clicking here to get the basics on how to use Mozilla Hubs.
Tzu-Huan Lin, Operation Notes for Green Ceiling, 2021
Operation Notes for Green Ceiling is a short documentation of the virtual world that I created on Hubs platform, and notes that I wrote during its creation. The theme of the world and the notes are heavily rooted in the project, “Point Nemo” that I worked on during Vital Capacities residency. The notes aim to convey a meaningful story of finding a stable utopia in my mind, and imagine a fictional world with a green ceiling that can be keyed with anything I want. It’s a combination of documentary and fictional narrative that flips between the angles of fish, artificial satellite, and artist.