Polar Region—Chen Sung-chih solo exhibition PART 2
Starting from Aug. 20th, Chen Sung- Chih will launch a huge site specific installation, “Untitled-Daily Sculptures” , in the “Polar Region” Part 2. The gallery space will be filled with over 3 tones of construction dark gray sand with smashed glasses glittering among it. Inspired by the wide variety experimental spirits of contemporary sculpture as his creating initial point, Chen Sung- Chih has developed a very dramatic “daily sculpture” format through very tiny objects among people’s daily life as the echo of distinctive scenes and events.
Chen Sung- Chih chose construction sand and fragments glass pieces adhesive with layers of paper fiber as the installation materials to recombine the 3D structure. Through the characteristic of these materials, the contrast between “Solid state shaping” and “Liquid state float” can be revealed, which tries to provoke the physical and psychological responds when people face to the material surroundings.
Initiated from making the sculpture to be 2- dimensional, non- materialize, and conceptual, “Untitled-Daily Sculptures” tries to move forward to the mass creation among the daily life in order to provide a broader meaning of contemporary sculpture.
拼湊的微處 「極地-陳松志個展」PART 2
> CHEN Sung-Chih 陳松志
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