Tzu-Huan Lin

Tzu_HuanLin

PRATT DEPARTMENT OF DIGITAL ARTS IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE:

Tzu-Huan Lin
 
“What do you say by saying so?”

MFA Digital Arts Thesis Exhibition

BIO:
Tzu-Huan Lin was born in 1986, a Taiwanese artist creates art that based on life experience. He lives and works in New York, where he found his inspiration. For further information, please go to tzuhuanlin.com

STATEMENT:
“What do you say by saying so?” is an investigation of language barriers and the ambiguity written or spoken experiences can bring. This exhibition, by Tzu Huan Lin, is a reflection of alienation resulting from miscommunication and physical relocation. Lin sees language as a vital tool for human expression; non-native speakers suffer from cultural disjuncture, however they chose to live in a foreign city and attempt to adapt to that new environment.

Opening Reception: Monday, April 1st, 5 – 8 PM
On View: April 2nd – April 5th
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Thursday 10 AM – 8 PM
Friday 10 AM – 5 PM

Digital Arts Gallery
Pratt Institute
Myrtle Hall
4th Floor
536 Myrtle Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11205

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