Tap Seac Square (26 ~ 29/5) ｜Mandarin’s House (31/5 ~ 8/6)｜8pm, 8:30pm, 9pm
Mandarin's House, Tap Siac Square
Arrangements in the event of Rain or Typhoon:
Due to inclement weather conditions, the performance will be cancelled in the event of a rainstorm at 7pm on the evening in question. For showers, depending on the situation, postponed showtime will be announced on site.
In the event a Tropical Cyclone Signal No. 3 or above, or a Rainstorm Signal / Thunderstorm Warning, is hoisted by the Macao Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau and is in effect at or after 3:00pm on the day of the show, the performance will be cancelled. Even if the signal is lowered at or before 8pm, the shows will remain cancelled.
Ticket Distribution for the Audiovisual Mapping of the Mandarin’s House:
Time of Distribution: Tickets for any of a day’s sessions distributed at 7pm on that day
Distribution Venue: Mandarin’s House
Distribution Quantity: Due to limited space, only 100 tickets will be distributed per session, on a first come, first served basis.
NB: Each person may collect no more than two tickets for any session on that day.
Guidelines for Audience:
- Admission requires one ticket per person, children included; please retain ticket stub during performance;
- Audience must arrive at least ten minutes in advance of show time. Latecomers not admitted;
- The Organiser reserves the right to alter performance times, programme and seating arrangements when required by special circumstances and without prior notice;
- The Organiser reserves right of final decision regarding the abovementioned guidelines.
The performances of “Mapping: Made in Macao”, featured in the 24th Macao Arts Festival may be cancelled due to an inclement weather conditions. We apologize for the inconvenience caused. The cancellation announcements will be made on the official website of the Cultural Affairs Bureau (https://www.icm.gov.mo/en/) and FAM Facebook page.
Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Macao S.A.R. Government and
Macao Amateur Continuing Study Centre - iCentre
Workshop Professors: Eloi Maduell, Santiago Vilanova, Miquel Arregui and Miguel Gozalbo
Graduates of the Workshop: Ben Cheong, Bruno Oliveira, Casber U Ka Kit, Eric Wu, Jeff Ho, João Oliveira, Joyce Kuok, Kam Ying Lee, Faye Choi, Genet Cheang, Gigi Lee Yee Kee, Grace Wong, Kathy Ngok, Lee Kam Ying, Puzzle Lai, Raymond Nogueira, Sean Sam, Sebastião Vilela, Seng Ip, Venus Chan, Wong Hong Tsun and Yan Ting A Sou
Project Facilitation: Panda Artist Management Ltd. (Macao)
In the Spring of 2011, a great deal of excitement and public interest arose around the Macao Arts Festival show Encounters: Audiovisual Mapping on the Ruins of St. Paul’s. The large-scale artistic spectacle, created by Spain’s Telenoika Audiovisual Open Creative Community, was received with unprecedented enthusiasm. Popular demand for more of this new art form inspired the Cultural Affairs Bureau to produce an equally well-received second run of the show that summer.
Last year, the Arts Festival had the honour and pleasure of inviting the creators of Encounters back to Macao once again, this time to offer three intensive Mapping Workshops at iCentre, a professional continuing studies facility in Macao, during the autumn and winter months. Having completed these workshops, the course graduates designed their own audiovisual architectural mapping works and will present Mapping: Made in Macao I and II to the local community as part of this year’s Macao Arts Festival.
Audiovisual Mapping on Tap Seac Square
This show is based on the visual elements “Point, Line and Shape” and their relationship to sound. The music is divided into three modes: rhythmic electronic music, melodic minimalism and sound effects. The complex audio-visual textures create a feeling of space and thickness. The visual effects explore two, three and even four dimensions, creating a playground for the imagination defined by the structure of the building.
Audiovisual Mapping on the Mandarin’s House
This show, designed for the façade of the Yuqing Mansion at the Mandarin’s House, is divided into four chapters: “The Origin”, “Golden Period”, “Degradation” and “Renovation”. Through sound and images, audiences will experience for themselves various incidents that took place in The Mandarin’s House, in chronological order, in addition to traces of the life of the House’s former owner, Zheng Guanying.
Duration: approximately 10 minutes, no interval