NCKU Art Center presents the solo exhibition "Traumatic Landscapes, Cognitive Maps, and Memory Architecture" by Yun-Yi Liu

NCKU Art Center presents the solo exhibition  "Traumatic Landscapes, Cognitive Maps, and Memory Architecture" by  Yun-Yi Liu.

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NCKU Art Center presents the solo exhibition "Traumatic Landscapes, Cognitive Maps, and Memory Architecture" by Yun-Yi Liu.

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From May 9th to June 16th, the NCKU Art Center presents the solo exhibition "Traumatic Landscapes, Cognitive Maps, and Memory Architecture - Solo Exhibition by Yun-Yi Liu" at the NCKU Art Gallery. Through the medium of time recording and collage, artist Liu Yunyi captures the sentiments accumulated by history. She conveys these emotions through her artworks, inviting the public to explore.

The exhibition showcases a series of themes through photography and watercolor painting, delving into the interrelations between architecture, space, memory, history, subconsciousness, colonization, and cultural hybridity. The borderlines and sensations of East Germany have always held a strong allure for Yun-Yi Liu, who once studied there. Hence, the genesis of her exhibition work traces back to imagery captured in the ruins of Germany, expanding to encompass recent themes of war-torn landscapes.

The "Vanishing Portraits" series, as a starting point, explores the evolution of street architecture over time – structures that, due to functional decline, transform into ruins or recede from view. These transformations represent stories of the past, as buildings carry with them time, history, culture, and memory. Yun-Yi Liu masterfully intertwines memory, landscape, and architectural space through imagery.

Utilizing portrait-style visual expression, Yun-Yi Liu captures buildings and landscapes from various angles and times, then collages and edits them. Through authentic imagery, she presents stories embedded in architecture and the projections of her own imagination. The exhibition comprises several series, including "Failed Architecture," "Delayed Trauma," "Historical Landscapes," "Sinking Memories," "Colonial Ghosts," and "Vanishing Portraits." Yun-Yi Liu hopes that through her recorded, deconstructed, and contextualized exhibition pieces, viewers can sense her current state of mind and find points of resonance and connection with her artworks.

Exhibition Details
Exhibition Title: Traumatic Landscapes, Cognitive Maps, and Memory Architecture - Solo Exhibition by Yun-Yi Liu
Exhibition Period: May 9th, 2023 - June 16th, 2023 (9:30 AM - 5:00 PM, closed on Sundays and national holidays)
Exhibition Venue: NCKU Art Gallery (1st Floor, Student Activity Center, NCKU Kuang-Fu Campus)
Organizer: NCKU Art Center
 

The exhibition "Traumatic Landscapes, Cognitive Maps, and Memory Architecture - Solo Exhibition by  Yun-Yi Liu," is currently on display at the NCKU Art Gallery.

This exhibition features multiple thematic series presented through the mediums of photography and watercolor painting.

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