- Event Time
- Tue. - Sun.10：30 - 19：00
- Event Location
- 1F, No.48,Ln.128, Jingye 1st Rd, Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Implicit within her paintings is a structure of multiple viewpoints from the Chinese painting tradition that guides the viewer’s eyes to look down on the entire scene from above. The overall motive force and kinetic state of her painting structure reflect the high-paced fluidity of contemporary society, as well as the temporal consciousness found in many areas of Chinese culture, such as the aesthetics of classical painting. Also present is the expression of notions related to the unending force of life—the complementary concepts of “movement” originating in Confucianism and Taoism, a sense of vital cadence and animation, and change. Her use of bold lines and brushstrokes leads to a visual experience of motion and vitality, emphasizing the dynamic, fluid nature of reality, thought, and artistic expression.
The exhibition presents a series of new paintings developed by Suling Wang over the last few years (2020-2023) since she returned to Taiwan from the UK.