ShihChieh Huang:
Esculturas que estarían en casa en el fondo del océano

TED2014 · 5:14 · Filmed Mar 2014
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De joven, al artista Shih Chieh Huang le encantaba desarmar juguetes y recorrer los pasillos de los mercados nocturnos de Taiwán en busca de objetos inesperados. Hoy en día, este TED Fellow crea esculturas delirantes que parecen tener vida propia, con ojos que parpadean, tentáculos que se despliegan y partes que se iluminan como si se tratara de criaturas marinas bioluminiscentes.

Shih Chieh Huang doesn’t make art that’s meant to be admired from afar. He dissects and disassembles the detritus of our lives—household appliances, lights, computer parts, toys—and transforms them into surreal experiences. Full bio
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