6. Character Creator
This artwork is highly indicative of Wu Chi-Tsung’s thoughts on
Eastern art, interjecting a little individualist imagination amidst the fluid
lines and misty mountaintops of a traditional ink wash landscape.
Chiang Iuan-Hau &Christian Rizzo (France) ｜2010｜3min 12 sec
2011 “Christian Rizzo + Chiang Iuan-Hau Joint Exhibition” , Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, MOCA Studio
In our life, we move around in our living space. Although our body move around in a three-dimension space, but our senses are not free without limitation. During the process of moving, we can only focus on the passage in the way of a “line.” Scene after scene like the backdrops on the stage, or scene board in the photo studios, maybe it is reasonable to doubt that besides this linear passage, other parts might be“nihility.” However, this could be just a second thought. Most of the times, we are used to watch the scenes one after another in front of our eyes. When some usual sight between the changing scenes happened rarely, we might be distracted, and stayed for a moment, and then back to the linear passage.
Double came into existence from the old Chinese food
culture commonly uses animals’ organs into recipes to complement the
corresponding organs in human’s bodies. The idea of this video is to question
the belief of these organs could enhance weakened parts of human bodies and
even spirits because they carry out similar functions in animals? Should we human
beings multiply these powers as much as possible? How much do we need and what
would we become once we started such an infinite complementary form?
13. Over My Dead Country