Kuo I-Chen, Promise 2061, 2015; Installation, 308x165x104cm

Kuo I-Chen, Promise 2061, 2015; Installation, 308x165x104cm

Just like all beings, memory also comes from the sea.

Between indoor and outdoor spaces of IT PARK, the exhibition provides a wormhole of life and memory for audience. Derived from the memory of watching Halley’s Comet in the childhood, the works seal the operation of the universe and my own life memory inside IT PARK. And then at the outdoor park, a children’s sketching session will be held during the exhibition which is also based on fading memory of my own. As the park is a man-made territory, this event deliberately reconstructs and produces a memory for those kids. Therefore, a vanishing memory is transferred and starts another section of life. This double exposure of memories gets preserved while a black hole sucks in all the light and memories to unknown. Through the lens, our recollections overlap with each other in a paralleled universe.

Kuo I-Chen, Blue Fountain, 2015; Installation, 109x43x63cm

Kuo I-Chen, Blue Fountain, 2015; Installation, 109x43x63cm

Kuo I-Chen, Underneath, 2015; digital photography output,

Kuo I-Chen, Underneath, 2015; digital photography output, 120x160cm

Kuo I-Chen. IT PARK, 2015; Installation and performance

Kuo I-Chen, IT PARK, 2015; Installation and performance

About the exhibition

Dates: Dec 19, 2015 – Jan 16, 2016
Opening: Dec 19, 2015, 19:00, Saturday
Venue: IT PARK

Courtesy of the artist and IT PARK, for further information please visit www.itpark.com.tw.

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