Chinese Culture Center (CCC) presents a solo exhibition by Taiwanese installation artist Hung Tzu Ni that reflects, resonates and responds to Chinatown, San Francisco and surrounding neighborhoods. "Homing" is inspired by changing cities, shifting neighborhoods and evolving demographics.
Hung's work explores the reciprocal relationship between light and sound, and pushes the boundaries of sound and visual arts. Through Hung's compelling approach to acoustic-based practices, the exhibition explores the essence of familiar spaces, transporting one's sense of place and time through a form of architectural intervention.
About the Artist:
Hung Tzu Ni is an installation artist from Taiwan who explores the reciprocal relationship between light and sound. Her work has been featured in festivals and institutions such as the MyceliumNetwork Society Taipei Biennale at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, SuperDeluxe, Tokyo, and the Taipei National University of the Arts. She is also a co-organizer of Lacking Sound Festival(TW) during 2017.9 - 2018.9. Tzu Ni has a degree in Architectural Design from Shih Chien University and MFA in New Media Art at Taipei National University of the Arts. Tzu Ni recently completed an international exchange to TAMA Art University, Tokyo and Chiang Mai, Thailand. She is currently active in the experimental sound scene between Taiwan and Tokyo.
For more information: https://www.cccsf.us/post-1/homing
"Homing" is presented by the Chinese Culture Center in collaboration with 23Five, with support from Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, San Francisco Foundation, Grants for the Arts, Rose Pak Community Fund, Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles, and CCC Contemporaries.