Visual Art

康雅筑 Kang, Ya-chu

August 10, 2016

Ya-chu Kang is a Taipei based artist whose work explores issues of identity, the relationship between human and natural and the social environment message. Having trained in various sculpture and textile based disciplines, the works range from large site-specific installations to small interdisciplinary sculptures and 2D works. Described as “simulation objects” the work eliminates the boundary between usable items and sculpture — the functional and the aesthetic.

Kim, Woo-jin

August 10, 2016

Woo-jin intends to assimilate and bridge the present fabric of society to that of the past. She tries to communicate with them through her work and its process. Images or thoughts she gained through her work reflect the present aspects of society she perceive and also may be questions concerning the deficit and surplus in society- questions the artist poses as a member of society.

魏澤 Ze WEI

August 10, 2016

ZE WEI bases her art projects on her obsession with the reciprocal effect between the contemporary world and its historical context. She uses images as a tool to develop her perception of historical and social events, trying to answer questions aroused by the global status quo. Her projects revolve around the concept of “national territories / boundaries", such as globalization, human migration, diaspora and differentiation etc.

Chinnasamy Krishnaswamy

July 07, 2016

As a yoga practitioner and artist, Krishnaswamy’s works began as an extension of his yoga practice which made him aware of the vastness of the body and its limits. He tried to explore these through a visual medium, performing yoga on canvas, leaving behind imprints of his physical and mental state of mind. Following this body of work called the Kundali Rising he began to explore his own roots, what makes him the person he is and leads to certain physical and mental characteristics.

Chia-Wen TSAI

June 20, 2016

She develops water installations starting in 2000. For her, water is a living substance with multiple aspects whose different facets she enjoys exploring. In 2003, she creates rich and dense waves with water reflections recalling fractal geometry.

Shoko Aso

March 28, 2016

In 2016, Shoko Aso is elected to be one of the Creative Talents of Bamboo Curtain Studio, and will have her residency for three weeks starting from March 21st.

Michelle Rosenberg

December 01, 2015

Michelle is the selected artist of “2015 Bamboo Curtain Studio Creative Talents Program”, and will work at BCS for one and half month since 2015/12/01.

Utami Hiten

November 19, 2015

Utami Hiten completed Master of Fine Art at Kyushu Industrial University of Art in 1983 and was teaching as a Junior high school Art instructor from 1887 to 2012, and now lives and works in Japan. In November, Utami will be working at Bamboo Curtain Studio for one month and present her works in Winter Open Studio.

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