About the exhibition 關於展覽
We may easily associate light decline with melancholy but it may make sense to look at it as an opportunity to recognize the value of dusk, the blooming and singing of the dark, in an increasingly illuminated world.We need the world of shadows, those things that cannot be easily explained, that we suspect or imagine, but we don’t know and all those other areas of our lives that are defined by gradations of uncertainty. The ambiguity of the transient has a special place in human thinking and perception. These paintings obscure categories of foreground and background, object and context, and evoke a free sense of natural length. The result is an assemblage of atmospheres arising from rhythm, materiality, light and color, rather than singular form.