الفوضى الرقص المسرح
תיאטרון מחול אנרכיה
무정부 댄스 극장
相較於此，受邀至2015年奧地利電子藝術節（Ars Electronica)的《Second Body》，將權力問題從「關係」轉向「身體」研究，將他與舞者目前從事的身體覺知、重組與建構等運動邏輯置入作品。人的存在是什麼？謝杰樺從各種狀態一步步建構。
不同的創作階段，從《第七感官》到《Second Body》，謝杰樺雖同樣聚焦於權力，除了以不同的關鍵字（關係、身體）切入，在思考數位科技本質上，從乘著科技的翅膀擴展感知觀眾感知領域，收斂至思考科技本質與人類、身體、社會之間的核心議題，因此丟出的議題與呈現，便更加凝鍊且具貫穿力，而非舞蹈與科技各司其職、各說各話。雖然，乍看之下《Second Body》在作品內容上彷彿悄悄偏離了「權力」主題，將重點聚焦於自然身體（第一層身體）到非自然身體（第二層身體）的異化過程，重新思索與提問「身體」的定義，以及身體建構與知識之間相互影響的關係。但別忘了，知識永遠與權力及社會階層密不可分。在《Second Body》中，也許只見到了身體與知識之間的互為影響，關於權力的延伸尚未見蹤影，但可期待的是安娜琪舞蹈劇場與新媒團體叁式將於陸續於今年七月推出《Second Body》的修正版，2016年推出《Second Body》第二版，期待在連串的細密思考中，謝杰樺能提出更多身體、知識與權力的觀察與研究，透過表演藝術與數位科技的結合開展。
Second Body starts from establishing the presence of the body, while learning the structure of the natural body through setting up knowledge of the body itself. In addition, the knowledge of the structure of exercise is used to represent what we know of our own first bodies in the moment. Afterwards, a 360º full body-length projection enters the picture to create a non-natural second body, which creates an experience of movement distinct from the movements of the first body. Do we, during the conversion between these two, produce new knowledge to define our bodies with the change in our viewing perspective? Furthermore, How does the second body replace the definition and existence of the first body in the process?
Anarchy Dance Theatre
Founded in 2010 by architect and choreographer Chieh-Hua Hsieh with focus on contemporary dance theatre style. Anarchy Dance Theatre aims to build up a unique dance vocabulary, training system and a platform that encompasses artist collaboration from all fields. “Anarchy” derived from series of dance pieces Hsieh created in discussion of authority structure in human society. Since motion-sensitive Dance work, Seventh Sense, was created in 2011, the company has been toured in the UK, Netherlands, Spain, Hong Kong, UAE, China and New York and attracted local and international acclaims from performing arts, multimedia and visual arts communities. Seventh Sense II premiered in November 2012 as a significant work for the Digital Art Festival in Taipei.
Choreography / Concept Jeff Chieh-Hua Hsieh
Jeff Chieh-Hua Hsieh, the artistic director of Anarchy Dance Theatre, a Taiwanese‐based choreographer, who received his BA degree in Architecture and MFA in Dance Choreography. A unique texture and strong structural characteristic of his choreographic works are derived from his architecture background, with focus on awareness of body and its relationship in between with time, space and society.
In 2010, he was invited by Singapore’s Frontier Danceland to collaborate and present a new piece with Artistic Director Low Mei Yoke at Esplanade and to choreography at Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2012. His works, Seventh Sense (2011) and Seventh Sense II (2012), were commissioned by Ministry of Culture Taiwan and presented at National Theatre’s black box.
Other choreography credits include Anarchy’s Dream (2009), Anarchy (2008), Gray Mass (2006) and Falling Kiss (2006). His first two works in 2006 have successfully won him prestigious awards of choreography in Taiwan.
Interactive / Visual Design / Sound Design Ultra Combos
Ultra Combos is an interactive new media design house founded in 2010. The name “Ultra Combos” came from the combination of legendary three divinatory tricks in ancient China. When looking for novel ideas for projects, they hope to have broad and thorough thinking just like the “Ultra Combos” divination. Since 2006, team members have been active in art events, including Digital Art Festival Taipei, SIGGRAPH US, Kaohsiung International Container Arts Festival, International Festival of Electronic Art 404, FILE Electronic Language International Festival in Brazil and TSONAMI Festival of Sound Buenos Aires in Argentina, TodaysArt Festival in Hollad and WSD World Stage Design in the UK.
Sound Design Yannick Dauby
Based in Taiwan since 2007. Exploring the soundscapes of this island through field recording, audio documentaries and community projects. Composing electroacoustic music (aka “musique concrète”) and performing improvised music with found objects, analogue devices and digital processing. Creating soundtracks and sound environments for contemporary dance, public art and films. Involved in activities about ecology and local traditional cultures.
Lighting Design We Do Group
We do, was taken from Eastern Jin Dynasty’s literateur Guo Pu’s annotation of the earliest shapes of light fixtures or vessels. We Do Group is a team of creative talents from diverse disciplines. The team creates with lights and has long established stature in the performing arts. Recent years, We Do Group has been involved extensively in contemporary art,architectural lighting, public art and interior lighting projects. The We Do concept seeks to infuse the professionalism of light design into creative lifestyles.