Taiwanese artist Chen I-Chun 陳依純 and curator Helin Luo 羅禾淋 will share about their artistic practice, past works, and current projects.
Currently on a month-long residency at Grey Projects, I-Chun and Helin are here as part of an exchange organized by Waley Art 水谷藝術, supported by Grey Projects and the Ministry of Culture, Republic of China (Taiwan) under the Southeast Asia-Taiwan Cultural Exchange Collaboration Emerald Initiative.
Trained in computer programming and kinetic machinery, curator Helin Luo is also an interactive artist and recipient of several Interactive Art awards. He received his MFA in 2010 from the Graduate School of Arts & Technology, Taipei National University of the Arts, and is currently a PhD candidate at the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, National Taiwan University.
Artist I-Chun’s practice predominantly involves interactive and multi-media art, painting, and experimental animation/video. Her works often focus on folk stories and social issues existing in industrious and marginalized areas, as well as amongst the lower-middle class. She has exhibited in numerous international art exhibitions and festivals in Taiwan, India, Brazil, Japan, China, Israel, South Korea, Singapore, Macao, USA, Austria, Germany, Russia, and a few others. Her video works were shown at Art Basel Miami in 2015, and more recently at Art Basel Hong Kong in 2016. Currently pursuing a PhD at the Department of Fine Arts, Taipei National University of the Arts, I-Chun also received her MFA there in 2010.
As a pair, I-Chun and Helin have been developing interactive new media projects together.
Venue: Grey Projects, 6B Kim Tian Road, Singapore 169246
When: 13 Aug 2016, 2pm - 3pm
By: Grey Projects