Yuling Chuang (she/her/hers) was born and raised in Taiwan. She worked for several years in Taipei as a reporter, editor, and writer.
She has a degree in Journalism and is primarily self-taught as an artist after finding her calling.
“I will continue to explore the unusual beauty of the perfect imperfection of nature and our inner landscape.”
Chuang has traveled extensively around the globe, which has profoundly influenced her perception of art, life, and humanity in general.
“I make art by exploring and incorporating a broad range of materials and techniques. I imbue my work with complex moods, surreal ambiguity, and metaphorical meaning through subtle detail, texture, and layering.”
Her artworks, Hidden Message I and Incarnation II, will be at the Historic Futures exhibition. Below you will find the artist’s statements on these pieces.
Hidden Message I: There is always something hidden beneath the surface. Maybe it is a bit of dirt, a piece of skeleton leaf, a few words, or a little bit of moss…they carry messages of life and death, decay and rebirth. Through imagination, feeling, and thinking, one can go deeper inside to explore even more hidden messages.
Incarnation II: Embodiment in the form of a lacy, intricate web–something from within, slowly transforming. Our mind travels layer by layer along a winding path in this incarnation process, searching for unknown possibilities and wonders.
For more information on Chuang’s work, please visit Yuling Chuang’s official website.