Inspired by Traditional Chinese Sansui paintings, Shizuka靜 seeks to capture the underlying pulse of the natural mountainous landscape of Taiwan. Islands of earth sail through a sea of salt, juxtaposed by the surrounding mountains tranquilly clothed in mist. The rawness of the clay coupled with organic lines gestures a humble connection, with each ridge mimicking the unique characteristics of Taiwanese geography.
"COMFORT WOMEN WANTED" video at VIDEONALE 14 Festival for Contemporary Video Art, at the Kunstmuseum Bonn in Germany, and in a group show at the Boston Center for the Arts, curated by Edwin Ramoran.
“Project-Based Program” consists of two categories: institutional recommendation and individual-apply. Institutional recommendation may receive allowances in accordance with reciprocal exchanges programs. Individual applicants will need to cover their travel and living cost, local insurance, studio and accommodation fee.
Based on artist Chang Jin-Lee’s research since 2007 in Asia, (including Korea, China, Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia, and Australia), meeting “comfort women survivors” and a former Japanese soldier from W.W.II,COMFORT WOMEN WANTED involves ad-like prints and multichannel video installation.