Born in 1985 in Shanghai. Currently lives and works in Shanghai. Being an active contemporary sculpture artist, Su Chang uses his works to show the vague fragments when human consciousness intertwines against real life. Discussing the boundaries between reality and perception in a simple but powerful way through continuous practice. He bases on ordinary visual elements, combines objects and human natures to digest and produce a new language. Two sides of works are like two sides of perception, with completely different textures and a delicate balance created by each other. The ambiguity and complexity of the edges are deliberately treated as a fragile intrinsic fluctuation. Su Chang uses his works to examine the wavering of people when publicity and personal anxiety counter, as well as the traces left in psychology by such vague behaviour. His recent solo exhibitions include Temporary Space, Sifang Art Museum Project Space, Shanghai, China, 2018; Way Out, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China, 2018; Breath, AIKE, Shanghai, China, 2017; Trails, Don gallery, Shanghai, China, 2015. His works were featured in numerous group exhibitions including The Kind Stranger, UNArt Center, Shanghai, China, 2019; The Atonal River, AIKE, Shanghai, China, 2019; EXIT PLAN, SNAP, Shanghai, China, 2019; Road to the Unconscious, Peres Projects, Berlin, Germany, 2019; Why White, Small Art Museum, Shanghai, China, 2018; Primitive Elements, ANNEX Space, Fosun Foundation, Shanghai, China, 2018; Spiral Stairs. AIKE, Shanghai, China, 2018; Shanghai Galaxy II, YUZ Museum, Shanghai, China, 2017, A Most Filial Imprint, AIKE, Shanghai, China, 2017; Partial Archive, YELL space, Shanghai, China, 2017; WE: A Community of Chinese Contemporary Artists, chi K11 Art Museum, Shanghai, China, 2016; The 2nd CAFAM / Future Exhibition: Observer - Creator / The Reality Representation of Chinese Young Art, CAFA Art Museum, Beijing, China, 2015; Awakening Intuition of China, Enjoy Museum of Art, Beijing, China, 2014; +Follow 2013: Existence, MoCA, Shanghai, China, 2013; Daily of Concept: A Practice of Life, Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai, China, 2012.
Text courtesy AIKE.
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