Chinese Culture Center (CCC) presents a solo exhibition by Taiwanese installation artist Hung Tzu Ni that reflects, resonates and responds to the unique confines of the CCC gallery space as well as the disposition of Chinatown, San Francisco and surrounding neighborhoods.
Hung is an installation artist based in Taiwan whose work explores the reciprocal relationship formed between light and sound, and pushes the boundaries of sound and visual arts. Through Hung's compelling approach to acoustic-based practices, the exhibition explores the essence of familiar spaces, transporting one's sense of place and time through a form of architectural intervention.
Taiwanese installation artist Hung Tzu Ni’s current project at the Chinese Culture Center takes full advantage the galleries unique acoustical properties to weave a unique, immersive experience based on light and sound. The title refers to the innate homing ability of animals and larger questions about how we navigate homeward amidst a constantly shifting sense of place.