臺灣當代藝術 From March 8th to April 24th, 2011 Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Villa Croce



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Arte da Taiwan – Taiwan Contemporary Art




Arte da Taiwan

Taiwan Contemporary Art



臺灣當代藝術


From March 8th to April 24th, 2011
Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Villa Croce

Via J. Ruffini, 3, 16128 Genova, Italy



Arte da Taiwan— Taiwan Contemporary Art

Starting on March 8th, the Museo di Arte Contemporanea di Villa Croce in Genoa, Italy, presents “Arte da Taiwan”, an exhibition of contemporary art from Taiwan. Succeeding to “taïwanpics.doc : art contemporain taïwanais, an exhibition that took place in 2009 in the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and the other exhibition “Taiwan Calling” that has recently come to a successful end in Budapest, Hungary, “Arte da Taiwan” has been conceived by the Paris based Taiwan Cultural Center of the National Council for Cultural Affairs and worked out with the support of the Kaohsiung City Museum of Fine Arts.


Introducing systematically and as widely as possible the creativity of Taiwan contemporary artists to the European public has been for the past three years the unique goal tirelessly pursued by Chen Chih-Cheng, the Director of the Culture Center. By looking for constant exhibition conceptions and ideas, by striving for cooperation projects, it has been possible to link up with several high cultural institutions in Europe and thus to enhance the visibility and comprehension of contemporary art creations from Taiwan, so specifically different from art creation in the West.
Most of the 14 artists of the “Arte da Taiwan” exhibition are around 30 years old. They all belong to the new generation of Taiwanese artists whose video and mixed media creations bring up the topic of personal space in modern life, study the differences and similarities of ideas about culture and society under the influence of globalization, explore virtual worlds, reflect on consumer behavior, etc. Their works are a free expression, without any restraint, of the diversity, vitality and open-mindedness of art, such as it has started blooming in Taiwan during the nineties.
Taiwan contemporary art is now peacefully conquering new territories on the international scene. By presenting the new generation of Taiwanese contemporary artists to Italian audience with “Arte da Taiwan” in Genoa, this old Italian city steeped in rich history and culture, we do hope that thus new horizons will open for a fruitful dialogue between Italy and Taiwan.

From March 8th to April 24th, 2011

Press conférence and opening : March 8th from 17 :00

Panel discussion on Taiwan contemporary art : March 9th at 10 :00
Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Villa Croce

Via J. Ruffini, 3, 16128 Genova, Italy


Exhibition Introduction
Arte da Taiwan is a presentation of Taiwanese art trends and developments after the Second World War. The post-war Taiwan was still influenced by the Japanese colonization economically, industrially and culturally. The effects were a positive force to the reconstruction and modernization of the society. But the cross-strait tension with communist China cast dark clouds over the island's cultural landscape. Nearly four decades of martial law (1949-1987) have witnessed the political oppression and interference everywhere in the art arena, hindering local artists' dialogues with the outside world. Because of this unique historical and political background, it is difficult to evaluate the artistic evolution in Taiwan through a historicist eye or using the common frame of reference of the "East/West".
Since the colonization, the conception and education of art on the island were partly a European implant by Japan and partly a continuation of the Chinese tradition, especially the latter, which played a key role in forging Taiwanese cultural identity. But as a modernized society, we need a “cultural ID” to interact with others. In a world where people are more opening up and information exchange is accelerating, what role can Taiwan play on the global art stage? While Taiwanese artists enjoy more exposure in major exhibitions, but with Japanese, Korean and Chinese artists also absorbing world's attention, how does Taiwan create a unique identity in modern art scene? How do artists respond to the influences of their historical and political background? And how do they reflect upon their situation and cultural advantage in a rapidly modernized and wireless age?
The globalization has synchronized the time-space and technology has deterritorialized the world, turning it into a boundless "info-space". This is where the budding Taiwanese artists dwell and travel now. For them, there may be no longer the urgent need to answer the history. And the Internet is more an inter-subjective mode of existence than a given reality. In other words, they think and live through the Internet, which becomes the nutrition of their art praxes and shifts their creative activities towards a more fluid, visualized, conceptualized, everyday and easily erasable mode.
Besides several critical reflections on the pass of the country, Arte da Taiwan will show most of all the new approaches of the younger generation, such as the multiple perceptions of modern living space (the match and confrontation of private and public life), the differentiation and permeation of a post-cultural, globalized world, the reflection upon consumer society, the contradiction of local and international communities, and the exploration of virtual reality. The aim of this project is to present the unique vocabulary of contemporary art on the island in a plural, crossover way. The modern art in Taiwan is constantly pushing and extending its boundaries, with unpredictable potential and tension. Art is never to be named or categorized, but as it piles up, the strata will demonstrate its rich genealogy and colorful history. With the works of 14 mid- and new-generation artists, the exhibition hopes to present the aesthetical landscape in post-war Taiwan, and explore the shaping of a cultural identity and an artistic trend.

Exhibition Plan
Recent works of 14 artists, including paintings, sculptures, video installations, audio installations, video clips, digital and performing art. Taiwanese artists who work in France will also be invited to explore the geo-cultural influence on artistic activities and facilitate dialogues among artists. The works will focus on the crossover of history (time) and region (space), with topics like "aspects of Taiwanese culture", "expression of cultural difference", "construct of artistic vocabulary", "the new generation in media-Internet era" and "modern art in Taiwan". Panel discussions will also be held for audience to better understand, through the discussion between exhibition planner and artist, the contemporary arts in Taiwan.

The artists

CHEN Chi-Pan 陳淇榜

Born in 1978, in Taichung, Taiwan


Chi-Pan CHEN’s first works are based on the imaginary scene of the relation between his own body and the surrounding world. Through imagination and the unconventional use of found objects, the artist tries to reveal to the viewer the hidden sides of things. He draws his inspiration from the discrepancy between imaginary world and reality. In this way reality becomes more substantial and from there on history appears to the artist like a huge archive offering numerous possibilities of exploration, interpretation and comprehension.

Education


2006


Graduate School of Fine Arts, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei



Major exhibitions


2009

2008
2007


2006
2005
2004


Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

If we are just like this, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei

HORIZON, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei

In Shiang Liang, Art Gallery Shiang Liang, Taipei

Paris-Taipei roundtrip, exchange exhibition with the French École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Taiwan National University of Arts and Taipei Artists’ Village, Taipei

Property without usufruct, Open-Contemporary Art Center, Taipei

Situating Body, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei

Body of the world, Kuandu Art Center, Taipei

Chièn Shan Niao Faie Chuèh , Chièn Niao Private Base, Taipei

Super- & flimsy, Huashan Culture Park, Taipei

Chièn Shan Niao Faie Chuèh III, Banchiao University Community, Taipei


CHEN Wan-Jen 陳萬仁

Born in 1982 in Hsinchu, Taiwan


Wan-Jen CHEN’s video work explores all possibilities of subversion and diversion offered by the camera. Thus he expresses his thoughts and his feelings about the media or his awareness of what they are. In most of his video works, from “Way 2” up to “Unconsciousness Voyage”, the pictures unreel constantly in a loop and tell us stories without beginning nor end.

Education


2005


Graduate Institute of Arts and Technology, Taipei National University of Arts



Major exhibitions


2009

2008

2007



Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

Unconsciousness Voyage, AKI Gallery, Taipei

Sweeties, IT Park Gallery, Taipei

Art Trash, Inart Space, Tainin

ColdQ 2, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei

Feigning Movement 3, Galerie Grand Siècle, Taipei

Bluedot Asia 2008, Seoul Art Center, Séoul

Breathing Deeply, Soka Art Center, Beijing

DiVA Fair Paris 2007, Louvre des Antiquaires, Paris

A Runaway Zero-Taiwan Emerging Artists, CANS Art space, Shanghai

Urban Nomad Project, Scope Basel 2007, Basel, Switzerland

CHIU Chen-Hung 邱承宏

Born in 1983 in Hualien, Taiwan


Chen-Hung CHIU creates installations with sculptures. His work focuses on memory. He looks for ways to turn artistic language into documentary archives of a new dimension.

Education


2008

Master of Fine Art, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei



Major Exhibitions


2010

2009

2008

2007

2006
2005

Taiwan Calling - The Phamton of Liberty, Mucsarnok, Budapest

Ethique d’aujoud’hui sur le Patrimoine, Collective exhibition, Galerie Frédéric Moisan, Paris.

Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

Perception - Standing on the earth, Xinyi Citizens Assembly Hall, Taipei

97 Creative Excellent Award of The College of Fine Art, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei

Tactile sight, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei

Warped Message, Nanhai Gallery, Taipei

Open-Contemporary X : Post Document, Huashan Culture Park, Taipei

Free Form, Flat on Nanjing Street, Taipei

Taiwan-Hungary international communicative exhibition, Mamÿ Galerie, Budapest


CHOU Yu-Cheng 周育正

Born in 1976 in Taipei, Taiwan


To Yu-Cheng Chou, the images broadcast nowadays by the media compose a peculiar contemporary scenery. Like a mischievous cameraman twisting the pictures of mass culture, he modifies with computer graphics what he finds in the media. He underlines ironically or poetically the underlying meanings in the lavish imagery of the media.

Education


2008

2007
2004

Programme la Seine, École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris

Post-Diplôme de l’Atelier de l’image et de l’informatique, École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

Diplôme national supérieur d’art plastique, École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris




Major exhibitions


2010

2009

2008
2007

Taiwan Calling - The Phamton of Liberty, Mucsarnok, Budapest

Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

Galerie ColletPark, Paris (solo)



Mind as Passion, Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei

The Epic in the Everyday, Palazzo delle Arti Napoli, Naples

Yu-Cheng Chou, Denver Museum of Contemporary Art, Colorado, USA (solo)

Superb Superficialness I, Galerie Grand Siècle, Taipei (solo)

Superb Superficialness II, Contemporary Art Foundation, Taishin Bank, Taipei (solo)

N.aif & OBJEC.tif, Miss China Beauty Room, Paris (solo)

Pâtisserie, Galerie ColletPark, Paris (solo)

4e Art Vidéo & Film, Musée d’art contemporain de Nîmes, Nîmes, France



M.A.J., Galerie Premier Regard, Paris (solo)



CHU Hsien-Hsu 朱賢旭


Born in 1975 in Taipei, Taiwan
Hsien-Hsu CHU’s videos deal with the relationship between movement, force, position, order, proportionality, as well as with notions derived from the semantic field such as spacing, repelling, transforming, crystallizing, dividing, accumulating, repeating, interrupting, prioritizing, stripping and disintegrating. By combining two of these notions he introduces the viewer to a new relationship with the perceived object and compels him to resort to a new way of perception, as to create the “eternal intransitivity”.

Education


2006

Master of Fine Art, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei



Major exhibitions


2009

2006


2005


2004
2003

2002


2001

Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

Open-Contemporary IX : Systems within the construction, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung 

Property without usufruct (design and participation), Open-Contemporary Art Center, Taipei

Taiwan-Hungary international communicative exhibition, Gallery Mamÿ, Budapest

First Sight, Galerie Passage de Retz, Paris

Chièn Shan Niao Faie Chuèh, Chièn Niao Private Base, Taipei

Open-Contemporary VIII : Technology Art 2004, Yu Chen Technology Company, Taoyuan

Open-Contemporary VI : Political Correctness of Installation - Witness Contemporary : Entering Style Focus, Chiayi Artists Railroad Village, Chiayi

Open-Contemporary V : After E-Generation, Open-Contemporary Art Center, Taipei

Chièn Shan Niao Faie Chuèh II - Delimitation, Huashan Culture Park, Taipei

Art Base : New Form IV – The Tomorrow Field of Sculpture : First Contemporary Sculpture Exhibition, Huashan Culture Park, Taipei



CHUANG Che-Wei 莊哲瑋

Born in 1981 in Changhua, Taiwan


Since 2004, when he went into pictorial practice, Che-Wei CHUANG has been investigating the way his pictures take shape as well as their expressive properties. His thinking focuses particularly on the possibility to work out pictures that make sense despite the fact that their continuous forwarding and broadcasting through modern means of communication tend to blur them. While thinking about the circumstances under which painting turns real, the artist questions its constituents. Further he strives for a way to materialize pictures and to make them autonomous. He assumes that the lines and shapes in his paintings are inspired by “pre-painted painting” and that they intertwine the body of the painting just like rhythm and melody in poems and songs.

Education


2008

Master of Fine Art, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taïpei



Major exhibitions


2010

Taiwan Calling - The Phamton of Liberty, Mucsarnok, Budapest

2009

Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

2007

Warped Message, Nanhai Gallery, Taipei

2006

Open-Contemporary X : Post Document, Huashan Culture Park, Taipei

2005

Reverie Drift, Banchiao University Community, Taipei

2004

site/site of, Open-Contemporary Art Center ; Banchiao University Community, Taipei


JAO Chia-En 饒加恩

Born in 1976 in Taichung, Taiwan


Chia-En JAO’s work consists of videos, installations, documents and miscellaneous objects. It is the result of conceptual projects. His creations refer to his personal experience. Each of them is an artistic move intended to burst in on the public scene. By intending to insert his own singular point of view into a continuously changing political and historical context, he tries to work out completely new situations and layouts that fit neither in social standards nor in cultural prototypes. The result from this “neither, nor” attitude are issues that match his centers of interest: influence of signs, acknowledgement of identity, common experience, strategies concerning the various esthetical paradigms.

Education


2008

2007

2004


Programme la Seine, École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris

Master of Fine Art, Goldsmiths College, London University, London

Diplôme national supérieur d’art plastique, École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris




Major exhibitions


2010

2009

2008
2007


Taiwan Calling - The Phamton of Liberty, Mucsarnok, Budapest

Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

Dwelling Place, Hong-Gah Museum, Taipei

The Future Can Wait 2008, T1 The Old Truman Brewery, London

Polynôme, Théâtre de l'Opprimé, Paris

Monumental Vacancies, EM Gallery, Seoul

Perpetuum Mobile, APT Gallery, London

Calypso, Sala Rekalde, Bilbao

New Work UK: Trust Yourself, Whitechapel Gallery, London

The Future Can Wait, Atlantis Gallery, London

Pocheon Asia Biennale 2007, Pochen Banweol Art Hall, Pocheon



Multiple Intimacy, Osman Hamdi Exhibition Space, Istanbul



LUO Jing-Zhong 羅景中

Born in 1975 in Chiayi, Taiwan


Jing-Zhong LUO’s work refers to the principle of Feng Shui. It aims at reconstructing the fields where man and nature harmonize with each other. This artist regards his work as a microcosm, as an act of “reorganization”. His installations bring together objects such as water, light, wax and sometimes plants. Through a process of recreation he transforms them into pictures or signs. The viewer who moves among his works feels his senses modified and cannot but adapt himself to the new context.

Education


2003

Master of Fine Art, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei



Major exhibitions


2010

2009

2008
2006

2004

Taiwan Calling - The Phamton of Liberty, Mucsarnok, Budapest

Taïwanpice.doc : art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

Sustainable Cosmopolis: Eco-container Art Project, Kaohsiung International Container Arts Festival, Kaohsiung, Taiwan ; Genoa, Italie

Open-Contemporary X : Post Document, Huashan Culture Park, Taipei

When viewers become an element in works of art - artist starts to face viewers, Huashan Culture Park, Taipei

Open-Contemporary VIII : Technology Art 2004, Yu Chen Technology Company, Taoyuan



TSAI Ying-Cheng 蔡影瀓


Born in 1974 in Taipei, Taiwan
Ying-Chen TSAI explores the relationship between the body and its surroundings. Thus she questions the problems of individual perception. According to her, “most of the time, the real purpose of a work of art reveals itself thanks to the behavior and the reactions of individuals”. She quotes as an example the initiation rites of Taiwan aborigine hunters which she interprets as an enactment of themselves (mastery and dissociation) and she suggests to the viewer to use it for questioning and entering her works.

Education


2008


Doctoral Program in Art Creation and Theory, Tainan National University of Arts, Tainan



Major exhibitions


2009

2006

2005


2004

2003


2000

Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

Situating Body, Taiwan National University of Art, Taipei

Systems within the construction, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung 

Taiwan-Hungary international communicative exhibition, Mamÿ Gallery, Budapest

1955-2005 Legacy and Dissemination: Taiwan Art, Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s National Memorial, Taipei

When body in moving, Open-Contemporary Art Center, Taipei

Open-Contemporary VIII : Technology Art 2004, Yu Chen Technology Company, Taoyuan

The example of reduction series II, Sculpture’s Magnetic Field, Taipei

Open-Contemporary VI : Political Correctness of Installation - Witness Contemporary : Entering Style Focus, Chiayi Artists Railroad Village, Chiayi

[Living space], Toast- Forg Gallery, Taipei

TSUI Kuang-Yu 崔廣宇

Born in 1974 in Taipei, Taiwan


Kuang-Yu TSUI’s performances and videos deal with the adaptability of human beings to society. By referring to ecology and by means of his absurd experiments which go far beyond our society’s usual conventions, he tries to question the urban system and to redefine the environment. His performances aim at underlining the absurdity of our daily life – which we are not aware of. They offer us a kind of “summary”, says he, of the culture and society to which he belongs. He provides us thus extravagantly with another way of seeing reality or of living, reacting and facing society.

Education


1997

Bachelor of Arts, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei



Major exhibitions


2009

2008



Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

Taipei Biennial 2008, Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei Art Park, Brasserie Taipei, Métro (MRT) Zhongxiao Xinsheng, PDP à MRT, Arena screen Taipei, Taipei

TAIPEI-BEIRUT-MADRID-BERLIN-ISOLA, Centre d’art ISOLA, Tantrika Shop, Via Pollaiuolo 2, Soundmetak, Piazzale Segrino 1, Milano

Time Crevasse, Yokohama Triennial 2008, Contemporary Art Center (CCA) Kitakyushu, Yokohama, Japon

Experimenta Playground, Performance Space in Carriageworks, Sydney ; Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, Adelaide ; Western Australian Museum, Perth, Australia

Pacific Meridian, The 6th Vladivostok International Film Festival of Asian Pacific countries, Vladivostok, Russia

Eurasia. Geographic cross-overs in art, Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto, Rovereto, Italy

Voyage without Boundaries, Sea Art Festival Exhibition, Pusan Biennial 2008, Gwangalli seashore and three other locations, Pusan, South-Korea

Absence - 1995 and 2005 Documenta, Solo exhibition of K. Y. Tsui, IT Park Gallery, Taipei



TZENG Yong-Ning 曾雍甯

Born in 1978 in Changhua, Taiwan


Interested in vegetal biology, Yong-Ning TZENG draws plants and vegetables directly from life. The medium he uses is both original and trite: ball-point pens of different colors. The wide lines drawn evenly by the artist are the result of a repetitive gesture. While she used in his first drawings to depict carefully the structure and the nature of each plant, Yong-Ning TZENG works nowadays primarily on the creative process characterized by the almost unconscious repetitive automatism of gesture.

Education


2005


Graduate School of Fine Arts, Taipei National University of Arts, Taipei



Major exhibitions


2009

2008
2007


2006

2005
2004


Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

ART.Fair 21, Cologne

ART Taipei 2008, Taipei World Trade Center Hall 1, Taipei

Very Fun Park: Contemporary Art Exhibition in the East District of Taipei, Fubon Insurance Co., Ltd Building, Eslite Bookstore, Taipei

ART.Fair 21, Cologne

New Voices of Art-National Graduate Students Painting Invitation Exhibition, Artist’s Space of Hsinchu National University of Education, Hsinchu ; Art Center of the Chienkuo University of Technology, Changhua ; Art Center of Lunghwa University of Sciences and Technology, Taoyuan

Flowers, Landscape of Four Seasons, AKI Gallery, Taipei

The 9th Li Chun-Shen Visual Arts Award Exhibition, Art Center of Cheng Kung National University, Tainan ; Art Center of Soochow University, Taipei

Savage Garden, Taipei National University of Arts, Taipei

States of Mind, Taichung Art Center, County Seaport, Taichung

Mind, Power Space, Taichung City, Office of Cultural Affairs, Taichung

WANG Ya-Hui 王雅慧


Born in 1973 in Taipei, Taiwan
What do daily life anecdotes partake of? How is it possible to transmute a meaning into another by tackling daily matters? Ya-Hui WANG works on ordinary things of life and tries to make them appear odd, to bring them into an unstable state. She wants thus to create a connection between real space and imaginary space as well as a possibility of exchange between them. The intensity of the video images results from the tension that the artist establishes between familiarity and strangeness.

Education


2005

Doctoral Program in Art Creation and Theory, Tainan National University of Arts, Tainan



Major exhibitions


2009

2008
2007

2006

2005
2003

2002

Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

Exploding Cinema-New Dragon Inn, 37th international Film Festival Rotterdam, Rotterdam

Festival Hors Pistes, Centre Pompidou, Paris

WANG YA-HUI and HUANG PO-CHIH: selections from penumbra: contemporary art from Taiwan, Contemporary Photography Center, Melbourne

The New Media Festival 07, Contemporary Art Space, Miami

Super Design, 6th Shanghai Biennale, Shanghai

LAK-KA-PID LAK-KA-PERD - The Bangkok invisible landscapes, Bangkok

Variation Xanadu, MOCA Taipei, Taipei

25hrs Barcelona, International Video Art Show, EI Raval Sports Pavilion, Barcelona

City-Net Asia, Seoul Art Museum, Seoul

Great Theatre of the World, Taipei Biennale 2002, Taipei


WU Sih-Cin 吳思嶔

Born in 1985 in Tainan, Taiwan


Armed with an academic education, Sih-Cin WU takes advantage of his technical skill to produce small sized sculptures which he sometimes mixes with preexisting objects. Thus he creates unreal and yet plausible things and atmospheres that raise the problem of representation and also bring to light the discrepancy between artificiality and reality.

Education


2007


Graduate School of Fine Arts, Taipei National University of Arts, Taipei.



Major exhibitions


2009

2008

2007
2006

Taïwanpice.doc: art contemporain taïwanais, ENSBA, Paris

2008 Asian Students and Young Artists Art Festival, Seoul train station, Seoul



CO-Q Young Taiwan Artists from Nobody Collection, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei

Perception - Standing on the Earth, Xinyi Citizens Assembly Hall, Taipei

Field Of Microcosm, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei

Beginning in human, Salt Peanuts café showroom, Taipei

Situating Bady, Taiwan National University of Arts, Taipei


YAO Chung-Han 姚仲涵

Born in 1981 in Taipei, Taiwan


In order to describe today’s life, Chung-Han YAO relies on what he calls “the hyper compression of information”. Instead of bringing forward some anxiety caused by “the information boom” in present society, he rather uses the notion of “oscillating axis” to express his standpoint.

Sound, light and positioning are important constituents in Chung-Han YAO’s work. According to him, people can easily decipher with their eyesight the appearance and disappearance of light. But their body may sometimes be lead by effervescences of visual effects and feel dizziness or headache. Therefore his work lays stress on the fact that people are used to “see” sounds rather than to “listen to” images. By means of “visual tension contrasting with auditory tension”, he tries to disrupt our sensory experiences in order to make us ponder over the perception of our environment.



Education


2005

2008

Department of Interior Design, Shih Chien University

Graduate Institute of Arts and Technology, Taipei National University of Arts, Taipei





Major exhibitions


2010

2009
2008


Taiwan Calling - The Phamton of Liberty, Mucsarnok, Budapest

The 4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale 2009, FUKUOKA ASIAN ART

MUSEUM, Fukuoka, Japan


TranSonic-Sounding Objects, Galerie Grand Siecle, Taiwan
Horizon of Voice, Gallery100, Taipei, Taiwan
The Organic Flux, Digiark, Taichung, Taiwan
New Faces all Together in Digital Art, Digital Art Center, Taipei, Taiwan

Taipei Arts Award, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan
SuperGeneration@Taiwan, MOCA, Taipei, Taiwan
BLINK, JIN-ZHI GALLERY, Miaoli, Taiwan
The Light Enters You, ISSEY MIYAKE, Taichung, Taiwan
Digital Art Festival Taipei, MOCA, Taipei, Taiwan
Sensory Topology - Bodily Perception of Taiwan Contemporary Art,

Gwangju Museum of Art, Gwangju, Korea


VERY FUN PARK, Eslite Dun-Nan B2 Art Space, Taipei, Taiwan

ART OSAKA, Japan.
The 6th City on the Move Art Festival 2008, MOCA, Taipei, Taiwan
New Stars, Gallery Pierre, Taichung, Taiwan
Feigning Movement 3, Galerie Grand Siecle, Taipei, Taiwan
Sound Room, Bridge PAI, Charlottesville, U.S.A




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