Ama Saru Hsiao Chen

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Ama Saru
Hsiao Chen
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Ama Saru Hsiao Chen
Romania/Taiwan
www.worksfromthebalcony.com
Parsons the New School of Design, BFA Fine Arts
Core participant of Night School at New Museum
2010
Re-Performers in Marina Abramovic's retrospective
The Artist is Present MoMA, New York.
2009
“Session_7_Words”, An exhibition dedicated to words, conceived with LA based journal Material
Am Nuden Da, London. “Blytt and Rooney Curate Something Nice”, Kunst Projects Berlin, Germany. “Will it Happen?” Elga Wimmer Gallery, New York. Watermill Center Spring Residency, New York. Watermill Center Performance and panel discussion with Marina Abramovic & Herd Group, Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, New York. “After Image“ curated by Antonio Serna, New York. “Open Works” An experimental event at the Industry City Brooklyn, offering exhibition space in exchange for democratic critique outside the institution.

Bio/Resume

The strategic placement of objects can determine the meaning an artwork assumes. This distance can refer to a physical length, a period of time/duration or an assessment based on other criteria in which the actions are simultaneous.
Distance between actions is a guideline deciding the time allowed for the work to take place. The manipulation of distance and time becomes a method through which the work is presented to the viewer. Both temporal and linear distances are factors affecting work outcome.
In this body of work, an action, length of time, distance and situation transform into objects or spaces. Photography and video are utilized as a stage on which the dialog between the factors/parts is displayed.