LEE Daniel．LU Ming-Te．HSU Yunghsu．LIANG Jen-Hung．CHEN Howard．TSENG Shu-Fen
In derivative scenery, Daniel Lee, who is expert in using photograph and digital creation to have a discussion of evolution of visual art. The theme “jungle series” is making a floating world. The anthropomorphic species of "human face and animal heart" highlights the beastly landscape of the urban jungle; Ming-Te, Lu who often uses nature as a media in his paintings, and he incorporates Eastern thinking into Western techniques. The "cultural mimicry" he talked about in recent years is an exploration of a kind of nature. The virtual network intertwined with cultures, from rational measurement, it is found that “derived landscapes” from false and chaotic realities; Yunghsu, Hsu , who belongs to “multiplying landscapes,” often uses the body as the texture of his creation, reversing the thickness of the soil into the lightness, and constructing the “scenery” with whole body perception. The spread of "nest" and "orifice" brings out the persistence and prosperity of life in the weaving world; and Jen-Hung Liang is good at mixing the natural world with meticulous modular operation, so that the works can be flowed in the posture of a natural fractal life. Howard, Chen "Mosquito Nail" landscape has three-dimensionally transformed the artistic conception of Oriental literati ink and wash, softening the rigidity of the mosquito nail, and multiplying it also interprets the freehand brushwork of the landscape; in the end, it became another kind of pseudo-natural and quasi-species "derived landscape"; Shu-Fen, Tseng’s "eyes show landscape" not only blurs the boundary between painting and real objects, but also transforms the plane vision into a three-dimensional field, making the sense of space that is unclear about authenticity and falsehood obscures the enchantment in front of the eyes. At the same time, it also kicks off. The presentation of all the works in "Surfing the Scenery" allows viewers to express their own playfulness in the scenery created by the six artists.