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From the Ontological View of Light to the Spatial Turn
October 26th, 2017Type: Performance
Author: Rikey Tenn Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: 《關鍵評論網》(2017年8月)
Note: "Original published on The News Lens. The author argues that Yao, Chung-han's latest "An Electronic Monster" seems to base itself on his past success, from where Yao continues to search for his unique artistic expression. However, from the perspective of the gallery audience, we can see that architecture volume and space are getting increasingly salient in Yao's works, and even become as important as "the ontological view point" of light.
Illustration from Samuel van Hoogstraten (1678): Inleyding tot de hooge schoole der schilderkonst/ Universiteitsbibliotheek Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen - Bijzondere Collecties (
Yao, Chung-han, LLLP live 1.0; courtesy of Yao Chung-han @就在藝術
Yao, Chung-han, 光電獸#3 - 整點釋放; courtesy of Yao Chung-han @就在藝術