呉依宣 Sara WU

Unfolding a Plain of Remnant, 2020
Dimensions variable, Found objects, wood, metal, glass
Image courtesy of artist

Sara Wu (b. 1994 in Taiwan) works in Taipei and London. Her artistic practices encompass photography, sculpture, and installation. In her art, she often suspends the surfaces of overlooked, mundane events which are inspired by observations on and identifications of existing daily experiences, and the annotation of its re-experience.

Her works have received awards from Parallel Photo Platform and Wonder Foto Day, and have been exhibited in the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Centre in Budapest, the Grosvenor Gallery in Manchester, and the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. She has participated a residency programme sponsored by the University of Bolton at Neo Studio in 2019.

“The enigma, though, lies in their bond, in what is between them. The enigma consists in the fact that I see things, each one in its place, precisely because they eclipse one another, and that they are rivals before my sight precisely because each one is in its own place—in their exteriority, known through their envelopment, and their mutual dependence in their autonomy.”

-Maurice Merleau-Ponty

EMAIL: sarawuu.work@gmail.com
WEBSITE: www.sarawu.work


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