Interview: Meng-Chin Huang

Interview: Meng-Chin HuangImage courtesy of Meng-Chin Huang

Interview: Meng-Chin Huang

After the presentation of his video “孌luân” during Pixels of Identities exhibition in Istanbul, Luca Curci meets Meng-Chin Huang.

Meng-Chin, Huang was born in Chai-Yi, Taiwan. In 2007, he completed MFA from Taipei National University of the Arts and received sponsorship to undertake an artist residency in Global Art Village in India. He won Exchange Fellowship to Kala Art Institute from Fulbright Foundation of Scholarly Exchange and got the sponsorship from Taiwan ministry of culture. Currently he works as a visual artist and teaches art related courses in many art colleges in Taiwan.

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Luca Curci – Your work has just been exhibited during Pixels of Identities in Istanbul: can you talk about your personal experience in Istanbul with International ArtExpo?

Meng-Chin Huang – This is a great opportunity for me to join International ArtExpo through my art work, especially a chance for meeting interesting artists and many great art pieces around the world.

L. C.  – Can you talk about the artwork you presented in Istanbul? How is it linked with the festival’s theme?

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M.C. H. – The video work titled “孌luân”  focus on the exploration of the experience of awareness and the subtleties of the experience of growth. I see a unique tension between our differing identities, which l wish to leverage to lead the viewer to encounter nostalgia, memory, fear and calm from differing perceptions.

L. C. – What are you currently working on?

M.C. H. – I’m currently doing an artist residency in Poland for project research during the summer time, this is my first visit to Europe, I really enjoy the arts and culture here. I’m very impressed!

L. C. – What is art for you?

M.C. H. – I excavate and explore notions of human senses in my overarching conceptual framework, then ideas transform organically into discrete art works.

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L. C. – What do you think about International ArtExpo organization?

M.C. H. – I think it is a good platform for sharing ideas in different kinds of art.

L. C. – Do you think International ArtExpo organization can represent an opportunity for artists?

M.C. H. – Apparently it is a good communication to show artistic creations and invite art people to participate in this great event.

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