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The “Vision of Taiwan” series of images expresses personal observations, experiences and opinions of the environment of Taiwan. The photographing process, I stood inside a space and photographed myself with long exposure by flashing my face with multiple flashes using a handheld flashlight. The intense flashes enable the releasing of emotion, and the property of photosensitive materials that accumulates light and allows “over exposure” to be produced in an “out of control” manner and causes temporary “blindness” or “lost of sight” in human faces, and beyond the visual aesthetics in the visual expression form the “environmental” issues and the conflicting perception of “aesthetics” hidden behind the visual perspectives, insinuating the absurdity and conflicts that exist in the environment.

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Wu Cheng-Chang was born in Pingtung, Taiwan, in 1965. He graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2000. He is currently teaching at the Department of Visual Communication Design, Ling-Tung University in Taichung, Taiwan. He worked ...
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Wu Cheng-chang, 1999-2005, Photographic Art