|Medium||Pencil on paper|
|Dimensions||21 x 29.7 cm|
About the work
Making drawings often makes me very much aware of the existence of time – ephemeral, prolonged, suspended or in flux. Looking back at my own drawing, it not only condenses, but reconfigures all these different qualities of time onto the surface of the paper.
About the artist:
Born 1978 Taichung, Yu-Chen Wang lives and works in London.
The work of Yu-Chen Wang asks fundamental questions about human identity at a key point in history, where ecosystems and techno-systems have become inextricably intertwined. At the same time, her Taiwanese origins, combined with a London-based practice, have created a vision that is personal and autobiographical. Her central practice is drawing, allowing her to explore and meditate on mechanical and biological forms, and the ways in which their bodily borderlines blur and mutate. From these extemporisations, she then finds collaborative routes that take her work into the realms of fictional text, provoking the subsequent production of sculptural installation, performance, music, and film in various combinations.
Selected exhibitions Liquid Love, MOCA Taipei (2020); We aren’t able to prove that just yet, but we know it’s out there, Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn (2020); National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung (2020); There’s more to it than meets the eye, Science Gallery, Dublin (2020); Quantum: In Search Of The Invisible, iMAL, Brussels (2020); CCCB, Barcelona (2019); Tbilisi Triennial (2018); Broken Symmetries, FACT, Liverpool (2017); Yu-Chen Wang, CFCCA, Manchester (2016); Nostalgia for the Future, Yu-Chen Wang: An Introspective Retrospective, Taipei Fine Arts Museum (2016); The Imitation Game, Manchester Art Gallery (2016); This is the end…, Yeo Workshop, Singapore (2015); Taipei Biennial (2014); and Hayward Gallery, London (2014).
Residencies include Taipei Artist Village (2019); Seoul Museum of Art (2017); Drawing Room, London (2016-17); and Science and Industry Museum, Manchester (2015).