Series of Time

11F Hallway|Ceramic 25x22x40cm 2017

The fullness of fruit is embodied in this work, which symbolizes the collective dreams of all humanity. Society draws on the energy of these dreams for motivation and collective development. The various openings represent spaces for the exchange of ideas. Each individual’s ideas are nutrients that keep the universe functioning. The surface extrusions are a reflection of the growth of the world. The network of lines connecting them are like blood vessels, crisscrossing and spreading throughout the whole. Everyone’s dreams are absorbed and blended in the blood to spread throughout the entity.

The different colors indicate dissimilar beliefs and actions. White serves as a base to make the absorbed nutrients stand out. The tiny branches seem to be spreading and flowing, signifying the colors blending with one another.

Tsai Ying-Chen

PhD student, Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of Craft, Japan
Exchange Student, Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of Craft, Japan
MA, National Taiwan University of Arts, Department of Crafts and Design, Taiwan
BA, National Hsinchu University of Education, Department of Arts and Design, Taiwan

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2016 Eternal---Line”, Yingge Ceramics Museum, New Taipei City, Taiwan
2013 "Me Between Above and Under Horizon", National Taiwan University of the Arts, New Taipei City, Taiwan
2013 "Me Between Above and Under Horizon", National Taitung Living Art Center, Taiwan

Selected Group Exhibitions
2016 "Stunning edge "Asian Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition, National Taiwan craft research and development institute, Taipei, Taiwan
2016 "53th TOYOUKAI Ceramics Exhibition", Tokyo Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi, Tokyo, Japan
2016 "Ginchakai 2016, tea ceremony cup of Crafts Exhibition", Ginza Itoya, Tokyo, Japan
2013 "Functionality and Formation" East Asian Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art and Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum, Japan
2012 Daegu University of Korea Exchange Exhibition, Korea

2016 Special Jury Awards, Taiwan Ceramics Award, Taiwan
2015 Finalist, 2th Taiwan Young Pottery Artist Award & Biennale
2015 Honorable Mention, The 33th Taoyuan Fine Arts Exhibition, Craft and Sculpture Category, Taiwan
2013 Selected Emerging Artists by the Ministry of Culture
2011 Finalist, Lin Bao-chia Ceramics Exhibition, National Taiwan College of Arts, Taiwan







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