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CHAO Shu-Jung
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
mixed-media-installation
1500x300x450CM
You are here, Somewhere
2021
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Through multiple perspectives of the “boat” and the extended meanings of the “boat”, those are metaphors that the Hakka group has developed profoundly throughout Taiwan.
Ninety boats are sailing, winding and stretching among the century-old trees. The precious historical patterns on the boats travel through time and space. They give the participants several layers of memories and accumulations. The participants can take a walk freely and discover this artwork ( The Hakka Culture & History, this big Banyan tree with rich history…). The participants will find different surprises and presentations through different kinds of perspectives of the work.
Thus, they become an integral part of this installation.
(Body & memory & flow)

ARTISTS
17 artworks / 56 exhibition
Shu-Jung CHAO is an interdisciplinary artist. Her works focus on the ideas behind fundamental human experiences such as memory, travelling/time travel, culture/language and aspects of consciousness, as well as “globalization” issues in the ...
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KEYWORDS
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2011,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2010,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2022,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2022,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2017,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2010,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2007,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2019,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2009,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2008~,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2017,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2009,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2009,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2020,
CHAO Shu-Jung, 2011,