Jazz Szu-Ying Chen: Dying Revulsion (56 x 76 cm) Etching

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Jazz Szu-Ying Chen: Dying Revulsion (56 x 76 cm) Etching

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MEDIUM: Etching on Somerset paper
EDITION: Limited edition of 8
YEAR: 2015
SIZE: 56w x 76h cm
DELIVERY DETAILS: Delivered rolled
NOTE: Unframed
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DESCRIPTION/ARTIST'S STATEMENT:
This piece is in the same series "Abject of the night" and "Joy, Peace, Insecurities". It is an extension of the theme, based on the Taiwanese fairy tale called "Aunties Tigress" (Taiwanese version of Grimms "Little Red Riding Hood), bats in Taiwan as a traditional symbol of peace and joy, and cultural inferiority complex. In this image, bat skeletons and ornamental filigrees are purging from a tiger's skull – as if it is being consumed by the tiger and infiltrating to its system. The usage of skeletal figures are a subtle symbol of Taiwan's decaying traditions, because Western ideas and material possessions are seen as fashionable and forward thinking.

More about our artist Jazz here.

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