Samuel Henne’s work is concerned with the complex interrelationships between sculpture and photography, particularly how sculptural objects are represented, displayed and transformed. Recently, Henne has been exploring museum displays and cabinets, as well as the underlying strategies of archiving sculptures in historical and archaeological contexts. In his practice, Henne intertwines formal, art historical and contemporary aspects to create images.
Residents from Germany
Over the past few years, Lu Liang has been dedicated to creating what he calls “empty scenes” without figures. The scenes he depicts are based on his personal experiences. Liang uses techniques of classical painting to express contemporary concerns.
Lu Liang has exhibited work at Creek Art Center, Beijing and Eslite Gallery, Taipei. His work is in the collection of the National Art Museum of China.
Residents from China/Hong Kong
In her practice, Pei-Hsuan Wang reflects on the intricate ties between private experiences and the outside world in the face of globalization. She investigates the nuanced relationship between transnational, cultural, personal, and geographical identifications through installation, object-making, and image and film documentation.
Pei-Hsuan Wang was born in Hsinchu City, Taiwan. Wang has exhibited work at Taipei Fine Arts Museum; Hong-Gah Museum, Taipei, and National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta, among others.pei-hsuanwang.com/home.html