Transforming Parts Solo Exhibition of Ceramics by Bing-Yan HSIEH


Artist Bing-Yan HSIEH graduated from MFA National Tainan University. Bing-Yan HSIEH study ceramic creative during university. The ceramic works from Bing-Yan HSIEH combine with the element of technology, future, animals. Facing the rapid development of artificial intelligence and the popular era of machinery industry, they all effect Bing-Yan’s creation. The artist's memory of collecting machine models has been fond of since he’s a child which has triggered an industrialized form in lines of his artworks. The sci-fi images of mechanical shells, ancient totems, and certain modern weapon structures extend from the original physical appearance of animals to unique personal stylized appearances, which are also turned into proof of the beginning of the age of mechanical analogies.​

This solo exhibition presented the latest series ‘Transforming.’ This series combined with sci-fi cartoons, toys from artist’ child memories. The appearance of component shapes of works uses bright colors as well. Not only illustrating the imagination of future, but participating in shapes from iconical decorations of Shang and Zhou dynasty’ bronze. Under the combination of history and technology, a unique sense of technological civilization has been developed in works.​

Bing-Yan HSIEH’s pottery creation attempts to express common connection between the mechanical illusion of animals and the development of world civilization. This ​ sold exhibition welcomes all friends to come, and try to imagine how countless life forms on the earth interact with future technology in the era of rapid changes, finding a criterion for peaceful symbiosis as well.​

Opening Reception|2020.12.26(Sat.)15:00​
Venue|Der-Horng Art Gallery (No.1, Chung Shan Rd., West Central Dist., Tainan 700007, Taiwan)​
Opening Hours|11:00 - 19:00 Closed on Sunday