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HUA SHAN DIN by Cosmos Creation

Cheng Po Chun 《Turn back the time for you》

Cheng Po Chun
Turn back the time for you
Date of exhibition: 2021 27 Apr.~2021 25 Jul.


My beloved her is no longer in the azure blue – Marine pollution has faded her brilliance and color away. Only if time can go back for you, what would be the first thing for you to do within your own point of view for our natural environment? Our Mother Nature.


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Po-Chun Cheng creates his works and studies the ecosystem in ocean-wide and the transformation of our mother nature by using the marine debris. “Turn back the time for you” accounts the deep-sea pollutions that we try to avoid, hoping to remind the society’s awareness of the environmental issues within his art pieces. “Super Power” created by Hua Shan Din by Cosmos Creation, is based on the image of the hotel’s mascot, Baobby, by using marine debris and created with the surrealistic technique will also be displayed exclusively for this exhibition.



作品組圖


Philosophy of Art Creation


The increment in wastes of resources leading by the growth of technologies, and with the continuous impact and climate changes from global warming, the beauty of ocean from Cheng’s childhood memories has also been fading away. With his love for this land, Cheng has utilized these easily retrievable wastes, e.g., newspaper, cement, plastic bottles, and other existing materials by the seashore, and has given them new lives by upcycling through paper sculptures. The marine ecosystem and transformation of Mother Nature have now become the core concepts of this collection of his art works. “Super Power” created by Hua Shan Din by Cosmos Creation, is based on the image of the hotel’s mascot, Baobby, by using marine debris and created with the surrealistic technique will also be displayed exclusively for this exhibition.



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Introduction/ Po-Chun Cheng


Nurtured and trained from the major of Fine Arts, helped to build Cheng’s substantial creation capability. Cheng has been living close to sea throughout his childhood, with his beautiful and melancholy hometown- Shuinandong, made him profoundly realized the intimate relationship between the natural environment and the threats by human impacts. The artist setup an example himself and utilized to use “marine debris” as his creation materials for his art pieces. Through Cheng’s unique vision and passion towards the ocean, he has created several vivid and interesting paper sculptures one after another, hoping to awaken the spectators’ consciousness and awareness toward the environmental pollution through his art works. Cheng has participated in numerous exhibitions – His works have been exposed and displayed in not only Taiwan, but also Japan, South Korea, China, and several other countries.


 

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