We are very pleased to announce that Taiwanese artists Wu Chien-Hsing participates in Dumbo Open Studio this year. Please join us from April 23rd to 24th to see his works and others.
In April each year, DUMBO opens their doors to the public as a part of DUMBO Open Studios, giving visitors a look into studios and workspaces. In 2020 it did not take place due to the COVID-19. DUMBO Open Studios 2022 marks the return of the beloved in-person neighborhood-wide event. There are over 100 artists and arts organizations, including artists in residence at the Triangle Arts, Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program, the New York Studio School, BRIClab, and Smack Mellon.
Wu Chien-Hsing’s practice use “domestic objects“ to inscribe the memories of his own family history interwoven with the histories of the average middle-class family in the context of Taiwan’s modernozation. Wu Chine Hsing’s practice is motivated by self-exploration and creative methods that transform personal empirical momory into a medium that transforms life experiences. Wu Chien-Hsing was born in Taiwan in 1987 and grew up in Puli of Nantou County, in central Taiwan. Wu graduated from Chinese Culture University in Taipei with a Bachelor’s degree in 2011 and then obtained his Master’s degree of Arts from Taipei National University of the Arts in 2017.
Triangle Arts is a visual arts residency in New York founded in 1982, providing a life-changing working environment for committed artist through studio-based opportunities to experiment and create new work at crucial times; cultivation of new and diverse audiences with public programs; such as open studios; and meaningful exposure to and interaction with the surrounding Brooklyn community and the wider world. Taipei Cultural Center in New York, the Ministry of Culture in Taiwan has worked with Triangle Arts since 2018 to support an Taiwanese artist to participate in the residency.Triangle ArtsDumbo Open Studios 2022
From April 23-24
Photo, Wu Chien-Hsing
Photo Courtesy of Wu Chien-Hsing