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Su-Mei Tse

The Ich-Manifestation
March 13 – April 17, 2005

 
Su-Mei Tse
The Ich-Manifestation, 2005
 
Metaphors of futility and longing mark Su-Mei Tse's (b.1973) art works with a young romantic sensibility. This Luxembourg-based artist has produced an eclectic body of work (violin, installation, photography, and sculpture) much of which relies on performance. Initially trained as a classical cellist, Tse still has a fondness for playing and strives to sensitize the audience to the complexities of sound. For her Renaissance Society exhibition Tse has produced a five-screen video installation that uses the unique sound enviroment of The Society to continue her investigation of the relationship between sound, image, and emotional reception.

 

   
   
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