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Original Art for sale | Sculpture

Weiyun Chang
Taiwan, Province of China

Represented by: a-space
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Shipped from Rheinfelden, Taiwan, Province of China
Shipping costs: 100 € international

Packaged in cardboard box

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Dreamer’s dream
wood, fabrics, embroidery / 2017
cm 20x50x3
Price 900 €

About the artist
Wei-Yun (張為雲) is a Taiwanese artist and curator. She usually uses non-traditional materials to create her work and aims to extend the various possibilities and contexts for visual storytelling. Her work has been exhibited in independent art fairs and galleries in Asia and Europe since 2014. Common themes explored in her work are about children, the inner-child, dreams, consciousness, death, and nature. By using research and storytelling, she explores different aspects of seeing spaces, objects, concepts, and environments, and then selects the most appropriate materials for each project. Wei-Yun’s artworks are interactive. They can be experienced through a variety of different contexts and levels. The subjects are mainly focused on finding new ways of seeing and creating experimental experiences between imagination and reality. MA Illustration, University for the Creative Arts, United Kingdom GDAD, Art&Design, University for Creative Arts, United Kingdom BA College of Communication, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
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