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Isa Ho: Spatial Disorientation – Westbeth Project

Isa Ho: Spatial Disorientation – Westbeth Project

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Artist Isa Ho has continuously worked in photography, and is concerned with the possibilities that technological advances hold for digital images. The artist skilfully applies painting concepts to give additional spatial dimensions to photographs, and adds stories and narrative elements to her works. She reflects on whether the existing cultural carriers can have new forms of existence and expression in the face of established social values. This exhibition centres on Isa Ho’s Westbeth Project launched in 2013. Using photography and installation, it shows the everyday scenes at Westbeth Artists Housing, a non-profit housing complex in New York, over several decades. It is the world’s largest artists’ social housing complex. From the 1970s, several hundred artists from all over the world have left behind traces and memories here, representing the cultural diversity of an entire age.

This is a project about life. Through close contact for a long period of time, Isa Ho interviewed the tenants and used photography to explore the possibilities of life in different circumstances. 3D installations in the exhibition reproduce the adaptations that the artists had made to their living space as their bodies aged. Along with historical records, the exhibition will show the transformations in this artists’ social housing complex over 50 years, including an examination of national policy and the intervention of private organizations.
Source: Taipei Fine Arts Museum

目錄 Contents


02 序

王俊傑 臺北市立美術館 館長

03 Foreword

Jun-Jien Wang

Director of Taipei Fine Arts Museum

03 寫何孟娟的魏斯貝絲情懷


04 Isa Ho's Westbeth State of Mind

Chi-Ping Yen

Deputy Director, National Taichung Theater

11 創作自述


13 Artist Statement

Isa Ho

17 時空 I - 意志 Space I -Will


25 時空 II - 身體 Space II -Body


69 簡歷


72 Biography


75 相關展覽 Related Exhibitions


ISBN: 9786267144374
Publish: 2022-07
Publisher: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Language: Chinese|English
Cover: Paperback
Page: 79
Size: 24 x 18 x 1.2 cm

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