Chen-Shun Lin’s unsettling sculptures carry their own, ongoing narratives. Whether it’s the physics of a piece or the content itself, the off-kilter nature of the works suggest a purposeful tension with each work. And often, the artist’s figurative pieces, though at times troubling, carry an unexpected grace.
“His sculptures are characterized by changes in appearance,” a statement says, as translated. “He concerned about the environment, social, human issues, and he is good at using clay, oil color, ready-made to interpretation of his sculptures, and he is good at taking people as the core of his creation, focusing on the experience of conflict in the total general consciousness of today’s society and paying attention to the phenomena of lifelessness caused by social development.”
See more of the artist’s work below.