1987 b. Kaohsiung, Taiwan
2014 Graduated from Tainan National University of Arts- Plastic Art, M.F.A
SHIU Sheng-Hung has been applying his artistic concept to painting as well as other media. “Disappearance” and “temporality” have always been the cores of Shui’s practice. These core concepts have evolved into four art series in recent years and respectively engaged with different aspects and issues, which include Sanchuan State (2015) that explores the viewing of Taiwan’s past and present, The Images Left Behind (2018~) that discusses contemporary social issues involved in my personal experience and memory, as well as Painting (2015~) and Glacier (2019~) that employ the perception of materials and forest landscape as metaphors for memory and time.
In 2012, he held his first large solo exhibition at Hong Gah Museum, and in recent years, he has held solo exhibitions or participated in group exhibitions in Taipei, Hong Kong, Japan and Basel in Switzerland. His works have been exhibited in major exhibitions, including TOKYO FRONTLINE (2011), Taiwan Biennial by the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (2012), Kaohsiung Awards (2014), Taipei Arts Awards (2015), Art Central and VOLTA 14 (2018).