TSAI SHIH HUNG
2014.09.18 - 10.26
Andrew Foster's paintings blend whimsy and sensuality within a field of jewel like colors to deliver a subtle social critique. His uninhibited use of color provides for an intense and intimate portrayal of the situational irony that only an ethnographer could articulate.
Jin Ho Song's compositions fuse fields of abstraction with forms that appear to wander through clouds of color. His shadowy characters appear disengaged from the material and instead sing about the spiritual realm, a reminder to live fully.
Tsai Shih-Hung paints about surveillance, the ever-present military industrial state and the dehumanizing effects of technology. In his work Tsai contrasts images of war with shooting stars, to express a hopeful desire that digital technologies can someday be used to improve humanity.