2014.01.04 - 2014.02.15

Transformation is a phrase often used in contemporary art while making a metaphor between men and objects, sublimating tangible subjects, extracting divergent abstraction from one essence and developing more potentialities from original significance. CHANG Huei-Ming’s solo exhibition at Crane Gallery continues his concern with the ethos of time and objects and evolves imagination in diverse directions. The images become an allegory because of the signified messages and are deconstructed and reformed into different expressions in-between science, philosophy and aesthetics. His works procreate a commotion hidden in serenity as if a witness to magical illusion, and furthermore, the representation of stone, soil and precious metal obscurely implies the desire of human and nature, which are two sides of the same coin to some extends.