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Forum for Creativity in Art Liszt-Chou Yu-Cheng Solo Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: October 18, 2014 to January 4, 2015
Exhibition Venue: Galleries 401-403 and Multi-purpose Room, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts
Supervised by Bureau of Cultural Affairs, Kaohsiung City Government
Organized by Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts

Chou Yu-cheng relies on aesthetics and social awareness to make art a means of exchanging and producing resources, and he also ponders the location of the artist within the contemporary art ecology. This exhibition has been arranged by independent exhibition curator Xu Jian-yu, who attempts to establish an "egogram" axis through Chou's successive works. Xu uses works such as TOA Lighting to illuminate the industrial mechanisms underlying the exhibition, looks at the inner/ outer relationship of work (at one's occupation) and work (of art) through A Working History, and finally returns to the artist through the subject of demolition and flowing in Liszt, which is displayed for the first time at this exhibition. This approach alludes to people's inner impressions of professional artists/ Chou Yu-cheng.
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Date: 103.10.06- 104.01.04
 
Forum for Creativity in Art Liszt-Chou Yu-Cheng Solo Exhibition
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