Pei-Hsuan Wang

Pei-Hsuan Wang

August 01, 2017

Pei-Hsuan Wang was born in Hsinchu City, Taiwan. Her practices reflect on the intricate ties between private experiences and the outside world in the face of globalization, and furthermore explore the nuanced relationship between transborder cultural, personal, and geographical identification through installation and object-making.

Share x Connect x Co-create – Bamboo Curtain Studio reaching 20

May 09, 2015

We have revisited the projects that BCS has undertaken in the past 20 years, and sorted them out into 4 categories to help the public understand our work: 1) alternative space, 2) art intervention, 3) art factory, and 4) artist residency. Each of these 4 categories may exist as an independent theme, but is at the same time inseparable from one another.

Hello, Taiwan/哩厚,歹丸 | 3.14 at 1a space (HK)

March 09, 2015

“Hello, Taiwan” invites young Taiwanese artist Pei-Hsuan Wang, and Bamboo Curtain Studio Marketing Manager Bess Lee to talk about art in contemporary Taiwan. What perspectives do emerging artists share, how are works developed in a time of rapid change, and what roles do artist collectives, new or established, play in the visual art world in Taiwan?

Mobile Scapehood – WANG Pei-Hsuan solo Exhibition 6.21-7.19

June 12, 2014

“The French philosopher Gaston Bachelard once wrote about what he termed the poetics of space. He believed that what we endow a space with poetically and emotionally is much more important than the physicality of the space itself. Such objective concept as distance here is converted into something meaningful and even story-filled—an imaginative geography made possible."

<Formation No. 1: On Levitation> Pei-Hsuan Wang Solo

April 07, 2014

Formation: a genuine, formal emergence. The creation or configuration of something concrete or abstract.

Pei-Hsuan Wang

January 28, 2014

In her practice, Wang reflects on the intricate ties between private experiences and the established narrative set in a world characterized by rapid transnational movement. She is interested in territories where ideas of portraiture, landscape, and migrating bodies converge. Through object construction, material and (moving) image manipulation, processes of des- and re-assemblement, and orchestrating things’ relationships in space, she imagines poetic scenarios in which unique constellations of logic and storylines push and pull against one another, gradually forming shifting identities of their own.

Radish for New Year’s Luck: A Workshop Documentation

January 27, 2014

Pei-Hsuan Wang and Joan Chang, resident artists at Bamboo Curtain Studio, along with the residents in the Zhuwei area made the traditional Red Envelopes together.

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