With regards to the reflection - LIANG Jen-Hung Solo Exhibition
Dates: July 24 to September 1, 2017
Liang Jen-Hung lives in southern Taiwan. He has been exploring the relationship between nature, machine, and religion through artistic creation. In recent years, the artist focuses on kinetic art powered by natural forces, and engages in large outdoor public art projects to convey his contemplation on the environment.
This summer, Taishin Bank Foundation for Arts and Culture invites Liang for an exhibition of his sculpture series, With regards to the reflection. These seemingly polished, motionless stainless steel sculptures can be "activated" with a gentle push, which triggers a chain reaction of joint motion. Their balanced revolving motion conveys the rhythm of the seasonal change in nature as each sculpture's organic, spherical shape reflects its environs and becomes a microcosm of the world. Embodying the unchanging law of nature's movement, these sculptures immerse their spectators in free imagination through their dexterous and fluid motion.
Artist / LIANG Jen-Hung
Liang Jen-Hung was born in Tainan in 1957. He holds an MFA from Tainan National University of the Arts. In 2001, he won both the Taipei Arts Award and Kaohsiung Awards with the work, The Ritual of Being Existent. Liang was a lecturer in various universities, including National Kaohsiung Normal University, Kun Shan University, and Shu-Te University. He was also an artist-in-residence at National Cheng Kung University. He has been invited to create multiple public art projects and to curate Kaohsiung International Steel & Iron Sculpture Festival in 2010.