2016, oil on canvas
a set of 4 paintings. In total is 140cm x 90cm, 55 x 35inch
Description: As Taiwan has ended the martial law in the year of 1987, the freedom of speech has out-bursted. Social media without a strict restriction of its content, started to influence the way Taiwanese view their own country. As more and more news media competitors came to place, each company tried to get the most attention from the audiences. Eventually, this phenomena led to an excessive or rather, violent pressure to force the people to take in information. This work is referenced from the format of a TV news report, having multiple information shouting at the audience at once. Do we care about what information is true or we just take them all in?
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featured by Culture Push
exhibited at the Gajah Gallery, "The New Now"
exhibited at the Praxis Space, Lasalle College of the Arts, "Conversations Between the Echoes"
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