Su Yu-Xin (b. 1991) was born in Taipei. She holds a MFA in Fine Arts from Slade School of Fine Art UCL, and works between Shanghai and Taipei. Her painting and other practices focuses on the relationships between visual language and other sensorial perceptions. Rather than painting from images or photography, Su's work often tends to explore the complexity of a moment or a vague perception in life. Su uses painting to construct a delicate alternation of horizons, which varying distances elicit different paces of observation. The colourful layered surface and multi-perspectives in her works generate a dynamic vision within each painting.Read More
Su's paintings study how different rhythms, and fundamentally, the fluidity of human experience can operate and be stored inside a still imagery. In her practice, landscape is an in-between place, a traditional frontality in painting, which allows the artist to switch between figuration and abstraction, investigating the concept of new landscape- a mixture of still-life, graphs, digital calendar, fragments of text and memory. The landscape she is depicting is a field of hybrid vision and a contemporary impressionism that was never seen before this age.
Her recent exhibitions include: A Hue to Spell, KuanDu Museum of Fine Art, Taipei, 2019; hic sunt leones, 798 Art Centre, Beijing, 2019; Taiwan Biennial- Wild Rhizome, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, 2018; Building Code Violation III, Special Economic Zone, Long March Space, Beijing, 2018; A World in a Grain of Sand: Mapping Shapes and Sites for Social Deometries Atlantis Fosun Foundation, Sanya, 2018; Trembling Surfaces, Long March space, Beijing, 2016; Future Island, Saatchi Gallery, London, 2016; 2016 Slade Degree Show, UCL, London, 2016; Refuse: Refuge: Re-fuse, The Koppel Project, London, 2016; Small press project, University of College London, London, 2016; 2015 Slade Interim show, UCL, Slade School of Fine Art, London, 2015; etc.
Text courtesy MadeIn Gallery.