潛在的風景 – 蘇子涵個展
展覽時間｜2018/05/19(六) – 2018/06/15(五)
Duration｜2018/05/19(Sat.) – 2018/06/15(Fri.)
Galerie Grand Siècle is going to present artist SU Tsu-Han’s solo exhibition The Latent Scene during 19th May to 15th June, 2018. The opening will be held at 4 pm on 19th May, Saturday. SU Tsu-Han is always paying attention to daily life of people, and then comprehensively expressing the dynamic relationship among human life and city development. Every city is composed of people, and the relationship is an analogy to a complicated machine, which is composed of different gears that transmit power to another and ultimately power the entire machine. So does human live their routines in cities, what’s necessary to human is similar with chains linking with different gears. Therefore, every material is an essential gear in cities.
This solo exhibition, SU Tsu-Han devotes her mind to the building, the living space, the living way of people, and the mutual effect between them. She features a living way of people that seems eternally stable in a still living space through both painting and epoxy resin model. Martin Heidegger, a German philosopher, describes that how was home constructed as a living place of people: “Living place is the basic personality of existence, and human wouldn’t truly exist until has it.” He believes that people’s living place and everything inside are representative of inhabitant’s state of being, and moreover, none of these can appear without buildings. SU Tsu-Han creates a visually confined and unanimous space with several medium, shapes, and signs, such as painting object, plant, and milk box, and then introduces the symbol of life (plant) in historical objects (vessel). Furthermore, she wants to explore the possibilities and other ways for people to live among both nature and artificial objects when it corresponds to real life?
SU Tsu-Han imitates a magnetic field when she was constructing buildings in her works, and whoever (human, animal, and object) lives there has a unique explanation to be understood by the world. Due to the hidden rule and connection beyond the field and residents, symbolic signs come out. She uses transparent resin as medium to create an exposed profile, which secretly hints a metaphor for the space image and the latent scene beyond those rules.
SU Tsu-Han has participated in solo exhibitions and group exhibitions in Singapore, Korea, United States, Poland, Japan and other place. She has been selected in National Art Exhibition, Taoyuan Contemporary Art Award, and has also won the first prize at Next Art Tainan. She was also been awarded the Judges’ Award at ASIAN CREATIVE AWARDS vol.1 by Asian Creative Network (ACN). Her works has been collected by Taiwan Art Bank, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.