TAINAN, Taiwan--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- An exhibition featuring loneliness, traveling and memory of modern life will go on display at the Art Center of National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), southern Taiwan, June 17-20.
The exhibition is led by Assistant Professor Ming Turner of NCKU Institute of Creative Industries Design (ICID), and is conducted by five MA and PhD students from the Institute.
A total of 21 international artists, from Croatia, Serbia, Hong Kong, China and Taiwan, are taking part in the exhibition, according to Professor Turner.
She said, “The show is curated with due consideration for issues related to loneliness, traveling and memory.”
A wide range of media, including videos, multi-media installation, photography, painting and performance will be presented in the exhibition.
Apart from exhibiting her latest installation work, the renowned calligraphy artist, Ching-Chwang Ho, will be writing calligraphy on the glass window of the NCKU art center as a form of performance art.
Goran Škofić, an established Croatian artist, who is well known for creating photographic collages and multi-media installation, will exhibit works related to the sense of isolation in modern society.
An opening reception will be held at NCKU Art Center, 12pm-2pm, June 18.
The exhibition is free and all are welcome to visit and enjoy the work!
Source: National Cheng Kung University