2004 05/11 - 2004 05/23

Innocence Solo - Huang Chun-Chen Solo Exhibition

In her art practice, she continue to explore art-making on site; view the site as an existing structure to the work, practice forms of senses in her physical labour. In the use of mediated (mirrored) object, sense and logic are co-constructed in the form of plastic art; thus transfer the focus to the reflective possibilities of human and site.

 

In the boundary of the existing physical space, she measure it up with human bodies as a tool; in the engagement, the viewpoint and imagination of the site is opened up. Will the function and reflection of the site be shifting with the trends of art practice, will continue to be important lessons in contemporary art.

 

Can the viewers be performers? She is not looking for a special concept to apply to the site. It is about the physical space, and the physical awareness to our existing space. In applying body, object, space and image in the art-making site, what kind of relationship can these four application have?

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