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  • Vision of Taiwan : Electric Wires Picture,Total:1
Works by the Artist
Other Works(Vision of Taiwan : Beatle Nut Stand off Southern National Highway)
Other Works(Vision of Taiwan : Overpass)
Other Works(Vision of Taiwan : Chiatung Township)
Other Works(Vision of Taiwan - T-bar and Rice Field)
Other Works(Vision of Taiwan- Billboards)
Other Works(Vision of Taiwan- Pingtung Airport)
Other Works(Seeing and Construction- Separation)
Other Works(Seeing and Construction- Question Mark)
Other Works(Seeing and Construction- Arrow)
Vision of Taiwan : Electric Wires
WU Cheng-Chang
NO. 20130156
Year 2007
Max Size
100.6 x 150 x 3.6 cm
Digital photograph
Artwork Appreciation
The photographic subjects of WU Cheng-Chang’s Taiwan “Scenery” series are of distinctive scenes born from Taiwan’s experience with economic growth and cultural transition, showing human concern for the land. Wu painstakingly applies the techniques of landscape photography, highlighting problems in Taiwan’s society through depth of field, long exposure and the color temperatures of the twilight hours. In Taiwan “Scenery”: Overpass, his subject is densely crisscrossing power lines over a road. In the photograph, Wu stands near a utility pole with a strong light shining from his head creating an overexposed effect. The expressionless whiteness of his head hints at the public indifference about the surroundings. In this absurd scene, he seeks the possibility of reflection and change.