December 7, 2020– Jan 23, 2021
In light of COVID-19, this exhibition will not have an opening or closing reception.
Right Window presents Latent, titled after a new sculpture by Takming Chuang that spans diagonally across the exhibition space. Coiled and folded forms rest on a modular structure of interconnected shelves. Made of wet clay wrapped in plastic, they will eventually shrink, wrinkle, dry and harden. In the foreground beside the window, a frame with an embedded photograph of deli meat demonstrates the mutable nature of the material after it has been fully cured. Relating to the body, Chuang takes an interest in the double meaning of “curing,” as relief and as preservation.
About Takming Chuang
Takming Chuang is an artist and an educator based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is interested in bodily tensions that arise between accepting and resisting change. His sculptures, photographs, prints, and installations involve elements of preservation and transformation to consider how value(s) shift across time. Chuang holds a BA in Economics from Binghamton University and a MFA in Art Practice from UC Berkeley. His work has been recently exhibited at the Hessel Museum at Bard College, SculptureCenter, Headlands Center for the Arts, and the Berkeley Art Museum.
For more information, contact the artist directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit his website at www.takmingchuang.com or Instagram @takming_chuang.