Shih Chieh Huang:
Des sculptures qui auraient leur place au fond de l'océan

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Quand il était jeune, l'artiste Shih Chieh Huang aimait démonter les jouets et regarder les allées des marchés la nuit à Taïwan pour découvrir des objets inattendus. Aujourd'hui ce membre de TED crée des sculptures insensées qui ont l'air d'avoir leur propre vie — avec les yeux qui clignent, les tentacules qui se déploient et des parties qui s'éclairent comme des créatures de mer bioluminescentes.

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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