“Returning Sight—The Fissures of Moving Image” at TKG+ Taipei

 Taipei  |  15 April 2015  |  AMA  |  Tweet  |  LinkedIn

Until 28 June, gallery TKG+ in Taipei, Taiwan, is hosting the exhibition “Returning Sight—The Fissures of Moving Image”.

The exhibition, which deals with how the receiver perceives imagery that connects him with a reality that is no more, brings together the works of Hou I-Ting, Lin Guan-Ming, Niu Chun-Chiang, Tseng Yu-Chin, and Wu I-Yeh. The aim is to provide the image with an autonomy in relation to the symbolism, descriptions, and narrations. The reappearance of the imagery behind speech is explored through Machine Whisper (2015) by Wu I-Yeh, The Presence of Silence by Hou I-Ting, Scenery Other End by Tseng Yu-Chin, Ten Minutes Left by Niu Chun-Chiang, and The Island by Lin Guan-Ming.

Gallery TKG+, Tina Keng Gallery, originates from Lin & Keng Gallery, founded in 1992, and opened its offices in 2009. It represents modern and contemporary Asian art.

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