Hualien Stone Sculpture Museum

Wu, Meng-Chang

Wu, Meng-Chang
Taiwan / Male

Wu, Meng-Chang

Wu, Meng-Chang

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1998 International Exhibition- Milan, Brussels and Tainan 2003 “Meng-Chang Wu’s Stone Sculpture Creation Plan” funded by National Culture and Arts Foundation 2006 “Biao Shin Li Yi Collection Ⅱ- Yao Sheng Lee vs. Meng-Chang Wu” Taichung City Seaport Art Center
Introduction
“To me,” Wu said “Art and creation is a way not only to explore and acknowledge my own existence, but also to serve as a process of self-adjustment.”
In the book “Jung's Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism”, it conveys that “Self is the biggest obstacle. All human sufferings originate from one’s Self, or the personal perspective of ‘Self’.” Wu explains that, all so-called artworks are just the energy transformed by the media of “Self”; therefore, there is a fundamental cause-effect relationship between “Self” and the artworks. The Self-exploration is a series of mental process to experience and to feel in one’s life. Behind such an exploration, there is not only a pursuit to explore one’s self, but also to probe common human nature. While in creation, Wu suggests, there is not only a parallel relationship between Self and Art, but also a pursuit of disclosing respective substantial meaning behind. 

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