Get Closer, After Shrink - Empty Gaze

Room 701|Ink and colour on paper 30.5x21cm 2017


The electricity pylons invade the mountains. Nowadays these steel structures are universal. The cold metal removes the warm feeling of the soil and the air seems no longer clear. High-voltage electricity passes over the landscape dividing space, crudely measuring itself and the outside world. Taiwanese mountains are still green but there are malevolent murmurs in the air.

Ko Huai-Ching

2015 National Kaohsiung Normal University

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2015 'Forget Next Second', Chun-Zheng Gallery, Taichung, Taiwan

Selected Group Exhibitions
2016 'National Arts Exibition', National Museum of Arts, Taichung, Taiwan
2015 'New Voices of Arts -Ten Schools Graduates Recommended Exibition', Da Dun Art Center, Taichung, Taiwan
2015 'Why Sneak?' Art & Design Service Co.Mini Special Exibition, Xinyi Place, Taipei, Taiwan

Awards
2016 Gold Medal, Ink Painting Category, National Arts Exibition, Taiwan
2016 Quality Award, Ink Painting Category, New Artist Award, Taiwan

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