Brook Hsu: Oranges, Clementines and Tangerines

Oranges, Clementines and Tangerines is a solo exhibition by the Taiwanese-American artist Brook Hsu, which produced through his work to satisfy painful events by transforming them into something else. In the process of painting, the rehearsal and display of love are facilitated by devoted emotion and time. Her paintings are alive and driven by a commitment to her visual language. Comfort and disease exist in verdant shades, amplifying the artist's role as a nursing practitioner and integrator of personal experience.

The artist insists that the intangible has its own shape, leading to the ravages of abstract and figurative forms. Skeletons, girls, and hares—animated expressions in and outside the mortal realm—come with efforts to maintain the viability of the painting. Loops and lines mix in sensual fields of green and blue. Iron oxide enters as violent destruction, disrupting the more contemplative tones while also complementing them: red for love and anger, green for serenity and nature: an evil marriage of opposites. She can't seem to get rid of the green. Conceptual double bondage performs the same frenetic dance in her practice: love and death, violence and lust, bittersweet. She reconciles differences by encouraging communication.

Drawing and reading are fundamental to Hsu's practice, and her literary reference points make her known, whether scribbled on paper or demonstrated in form. Her paintings are diaries in nature - providing the closest point of access to the artist's most intimate realms. In the process of painting, the rehearsal and display of love are facilitated by devoted emotion and time.
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