"Taoist Trinity Fairyland" by Kao Junn-Honn

“Taoist Trinity Fairyland” by Kao Junn-Honn

I (blackened frogcore) and Wan-Shuen Tsai (poetry) have been very lucky to contribute a little bit to the new video work by Kao Jun Honn.

This project, 劉海蟾 Taoist Trinity Fairyland is related to an illegal religious construction for which the top of a mountain was destroyed – and very oddly also related to the realm of amphibians.
My sound work, created for this video work, is entitled “Undesired Resplendent Toad” (the title might explain itself when watching the video work) and is an homage to the amphibians (Buergeria robusta) that I recorded in 2012, in a section of river in Tucheng 土城, that was totally destroyed a couple of years later by another silly temple construction project.

Exhibition at Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan.
27.07.2018 – 23.09.2018

Protect the amphibians, burn incense and enjoy skepticism at least once a week.