Hung Yun-Ting – Untitled
Hung Yun-Ting, works and lives in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. She received her degree MFA in 2016 after completing postgraduate studies at National Taiwan University of Arts, followed by the Meisterstudium at Kunsthochschule für Bildenden Künste in Dresden, supervised by Prof. Eberhard Bosslet. She currently works as an associate professor at the Department of Fine Arts at CJCU in Tainan, Taiwan, and the main convener of OSMOSIS Audiovisual Media Festival in Taipei. Hung images “Imagination” is like an electronic machine which can deal with all kinds of possible messages received by human beings. It has its own power to control our senses and mind and lead us to an internal world from the outer space. According to this her works always goes trough the creativity of the artist herself and the subjective discovery about the reality. It not only brings out the twisted look of the things but also create another reality world, which connects the common memories in our daily life. The image of Hung’s work is no longer pointed to any real materials and the imagery is not response any kinds of life reality. As the result, her work always provides a poetry, ambiguous, intangible space to let the viewers can communicate with the work trough their own imagination and go into the work itself to feel the power of “Reverberation”. It is presented by the simple, uninterruptible way.
Untitled 2017, wood, paper, rubber, 800 x 250 x 15 cm
Untitled generates a large number of objects by folding paper, to symbolize traditional industries and low-tech production, in reflecting on globalization. A piece of black paper is folded into industrial objects and models of about 5-10 cm: weapons, vehicles, airplanes, home appliances, electronic products, and so on. The objects are placed in order on a grey square mat, uncommon to the typical sizes we find out in the world. This is the antithesis of the world. Monotone in black and grey, a consistent standard of sizes, reflects a world with no specific characteristics, no depth, and a collapsed perspective, while also directing the equalization to a globalized