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I'm a mixed-media artist who likes to experiment with different materials and techniques, such as combining photography with illustration or creating 3D printed sculpture with LED lights installation.
In other words, my art is a visual experiment that goes beyond superficial beauty and offers different perspectives on the subject matter.
My art has never been about creating beauty for beauty’s sake, but a visual exploration and methodical experiment to understand phenomena, be it social, racial, spiritual, historical, or political. Once my curiosity is piqued, I begin by establishing a hypothesis using multi-media of 3D printing, water or light projection, hand illustration, and printmaking to create an interactive installation that invites viewers to participate.
In other words, my installation is an inclusive sensory experience where viewers are allowed to touch, hold, and play. With their own body and senses, each viewer is invited to explore the proposed hypothesis and come to his/her own conclusion.
I’m less inclined to focus on the beauty of things, and this may be the result of my upbringing spanning three countries and cultures. From the age of 20 days, I’ve been living and traveling between Taiwan, Canada, and the United States. Each time when I landed, my sense of self, social mores, and even aesthetic preference had to change to assimilate with the dominant culture.
By the time I was 12, I quickly grasped that whatever is beautiful is not set in stone, it is fluid and transient depending on who’s viewing it. Unsurprisingly, my identity is also not what I believe it is, but based on the context upon which I was thrust into, in that moment of time. To a Taiwanese, I’m too American, to an American I project too much of a Canadian sentiment, and to a Canadian, I’m as Asian as it gets. Growing up like this, it’s not hard to see why I’m fascinated more by the perspective with which people employ to view things and form their opinions, than the opinion itself.