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LUNG Chi-Hao: The Blended Synchronicity between Current and Past 2018 (Review) Appreciation
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Exhibition Dates: 2018/03/03 ~ 2018/05/13
Place: Multiple Screens
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 Date: 2018.3.3 - 5.13

Venue: Multiple screens, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

Opening: 2018.3.10 (Sat.) PM2:30 at Gallery 108

 

 

Artist Statement / LUNG Chi-Hao

Through the camera lens, visual narratives become an agent for experience, with the captured space and state of the Self conveyed. This art series comprises of videos created with camera movements or those with a sense of temporality, which are mixed with visual elements inside the space of the video that could take on instantaneous changes, resulting in proliferated, reinforced, conflicted, absurd, surreal, and other alternative extended psychological spaces. The unique spatial and temporal ambiances of the tangible spaces, domains or specific imageries evoked by certain events, things, symbols, or actions in the videos are preserved through slow camera movements. The interpretable visual objects, sequential arrangements, and textual evocations of multiple instantaneous spatial topological gestures and formations have allowed the images to enter into a state of nether and to take on life-like qualities. The artworks in this series seek to figuratively render “the blended synchronicity between the current and the past” that has resulted from interactions between the past experiences of the first person subject and the real-time spatial interferences from the third person object.

 

Synchronicity proposed by Carl Jung describes psychological associations that are responses to realistic experiences triggered by the subconscious and the event in the given moment. Cognitions for the two different narratives – one-directional and instantaneous – are arranged in the same space-time. With the physical space-time relation reconstructed, viewers are given more freedom to interpret their own cognitive processes under the experience orders assembled with time sequences and interactive images, and through continual exploration of the instantaneously updated  “pictorial metaphors”, the narrative text is explored, blended, and updated.

 

Videos based on three realistic settings are included in the series, with the settings including a vacant space next to a house, an area in a zoo, and an intersection next to an urban overpass. Interventions are engaged in at these three settings with the use of real-time recognition through a leap motion controller, and by blending with the existing space-times in the videos, unique synchronic narratives are produced.
 
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