At first sight, Chou Yu-Cheng’s artwork is like the quietest person at a party: it speaks slowly in a feeble voice and you don’t usually notice it immediately; it is invisible in a suspicious way. But when you look closer or open a conversation with it, you will find there are unexpectedly intriguing and fascinating things waiting for you. Chou’s work doesn’t surprise you with razzle-dazzle installations or beat the drums to call for dancing; rather, he designs minimal but deliberately…
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