Hsi-chi Wu' Guide to his Art
"The Human Ridge depicts the point of view of a soul watching his own body. Silent Landscape's oeuvre, on the other hand, is built on the thought of how our souls and human ridges look at the surroundings."
Hsi-chi Wu reveals his guide to how personal experiences inform his creativity—touching on the environment, religion, humanity, and the importance of trusting your own vision.
"Stuck in Virtual Reality" is Hsi-chi Wu’s fourth show with Powen Gallery. Created with Powen Gallery team, we try to discuss how this show conveys the core idea of Wu's earlier work, which portrays his concern of the struggle between humanity and the natural environment, oscillating between the two. With his strong and sensitive consciousness for the world, Wu's worry for the whole world and his observation of the society are disassembled into lines, representing the largest cage of the human soul.
Check out the video below to see the whole conversation