Taipei Artist Village; Artist in
8 October – 19 December
During her time at the Centre of Chinese Contemporary Art, Tzu-Ting Wang (b. 1987 Taiwan) has worked mostly with pencil on cotton fabric and installation, and together with objects and installations, her drawings are displayed with an indicated sequence and narrative as chapters out of one book. Her works take on metaphors from objects and landscapes to elaborate on subjects such as intimacy, insecurity and living state.
Her open studio show (30 November to 3 December 2017) was entitled The Keeper of Thin Air and uses cave dwelling as a metaphor for the studio work of artists. The art work displayed merges past and present, in both materials used and in artistic approach which parallels different times and contexts to navigate through ideas on alternative living, human instinct and inward searching.
Tzu-Ting Wang received a BA from Taipei National University of the Arts and a MA from Chelsea College of Arts, London. Her recent exhibitions include solo shows “Descending ground” in Berlin and “A Pencil Does Not Read A Single Word” at Project fulfil art space in Taiwan. Tzu-Ting is based in Taipei Artist Village, Taiwan.