Pigment inkjet print
Edition of 6
Dimensions: 82.5cm (H) x 110cm (W) x 3.5cm (D) / 32.5" (H) x 43.3" (W) x 1.4" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Summon Images is an on-going project that deals with the photographic medium’s characteristics and extends to relational aesthetics. The documentation of a collective memory and the vision of a group exhibition filled with various memories is the artist’s vision. The artist combined his old photographs and digital photographs to create these series.
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Hometown: Hsinchu City, Taiwan
Based in: Hsinchu City, Taiwan
Yichia Liao an artist that practices photography and installation art is a significant figure in the field of Taiwan's contemporary art photography. Liao’s fascination with time since the age of four has been the main reason for becoming an artist and embracing photography, a medium that has the ability to capture,dissect and manipulate time.His artistic practice surrounds the relationship between time and the universe. Each series he extracts a certain element of the world and probes its relationship with time. His early embracement of digital photography has enabled him to expand this ideology through digital manipulation. Known for his strikingly detailed and excessively high resolution images he is often viewed as a contemporary pictorialist upon first encounter. Having a vigorous background in analogue photography and experiences in the darkroom he is highly influenced by modernist values. Yet he adopts issues and conveys his works with conceptual and critical manner, resulting in an inevitable tension of conceptual and (extravagantly beautiful) subjectivity that coexists in his works which has become his signature style.He is known for series such as : <Inner-self 2010> <Red Couplets 2011> <A kind of Spirit 2012> <Summon of Images 2013> <Imagine...Do or Do Not 2015>.
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