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HSU Hui-Hsuan
Time–Sculpting Project: Rice
2014
86'26'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Rice
2014
86'26'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Rice
2014
86'26'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Rice
2014
86'26'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Rice
2014
86'26'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Rice
2014
86'26'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Rice
2014
86'26'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Rice
2014
86'26'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Rice
2014
Time–Sculpting Project: Apple
2014
13'37'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Apple
2014
13'37'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Apple
2014
13'37'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Apple
2014
13'37'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Apple
2014
13'37'', looping
Time–Sculpting Project: Apple
2014
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I see my works as “moving–image objects.” In the work “Apple”, first glance is a classic apple shape; the ordinary object/image occupies the centre of the screen. The apple has no clear shadow to infer the resource of light. It looks very still. A thin milky smoke seems to surround the object. When the milky smog gradually scatters with an irregular opening, a source of light is revealed. What can you see in the slowly opening cracks?The light resource has a slow movement onto the surface of the apple. The reflection slowly directs the vision and leads a traveling onto the object. The splotches of the apple surface look like plenty faraway stars but actually on a very close-up apple. There seems to be a universe, a surface of a faraway planet, or an unknown galaxy. Through the experimental practices of digital photographically exploration and research, I question the notion of ‘point of view’ whereby the camera becomes a more active agent between the artist’s ‘seeing’ and mental perception. My work may create a sense of paradoxical imagination, which guide audiences’ consciences floating between the familiar and the unfamiliar, the recognisable and the unrecognisable. An ordinary object in our daily life could be changed into an extraordinary imagination. Every object can be a universe when seeing digitally photographically with a singular perspective. A different experience to watching mainstream film, my work creates in audiences an uncertain perception and provocative ambiguity through gazing the‘moving-image object.’

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9 artworks / 38 exhibition
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Hui-Hsuan Hsu (b.1982) was born in Kaohsiung Taiwan. Hsu has completed her Ph.D. in Fine Art, Art History and Cultural Studies at University of Leeds in 2015. Hsu works as an assistant professor in the department of Fine Arts of Tunghai University ...
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HSU Hui-Hsuan, , Video Art
HSU Hui-Hsuan, , Video Art
HSU Hui-Hsuan, , Video Art
HSU Hui-Hsuan, 2007, Video Art
HSU Hui-Hsuan, , Video Art
HSU Hui-Hsuan, 2013, Video Art