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Su Hui-Yu

RESIDENCY

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21/11/2022 –
– 09/12
09/12/2022

Su Hui-Yu will join us for a short working period in the 1646 residency space from the end of November till mid December!

We are excited to announce that Su Hui-Yu will join us for a short residency period from the beginning of November till the end of December. In his work, Su addresses the connection between mass media, pop culture, memories of martial law, and the post-colonial history of Taiwan and East Asia.

Exemplary of this was his first solo exhibition in The Netherlands, The Cinema of Séance, that took place at 1646 in 2021. This exhibition engaged with taboos of the past and present while exploring the mechanism of oppression and liberation tied to Taiwanese cultural values. Su examined the borders of bodies, sexuality, along with the entanglement of socio-political conduct and prohibition. The artist paved the way for the possibility of reviewing and supplementing history with his reflective practice, ”re-shooting” of early Taiwanese experimental films. 

On Thursday, December 8th, 1646 hosts an event for Su to go into conversation with Julian Ross.

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About Su Hui-Yu: Su Hui-Yu (b. 1976, Taipei) obtained an MFA from Taipei National University of the Arts in 2003, and has remained active in the contemporary art scene ever since. Su has been featured in renowned international film festivals, exhibitions and art institutes, including the IFFR (The Netherlands), OzAsia festival (Adelaide, Australia), the Videonale (Bonn, Germany), PERFORMA (New York, USA), Wuzhen Contemporary Art Exhibition (China), MOCA Taipei (Taiwan), Taipei Fine Arts Museum(Taiwan), Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts (Taiwan), San Jose Museum of Art (California, USA), Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, Casino Luxembourg- forum d’art contemporain, Bangkok Arts and Culture Center (Thailand) and Power Station of Art (Shanghai, China). In 2017, International Film Festival Rotterdam dedicated a retrospective to Su’s video works, while his video piece Super Taboo had its world premiere in the Tiger Awards Competition for Short Films. Su returned to the Tiger Short Competition in 2019 with The Glamorous Boys of Tang.
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