A selection of pictures from Felicia Chiao’s to start with solo clearly show in New York Town. Chiao’s autobiographical function presents visible representations of hugely precise yet utterly common elements of the human knowledge, developing worlds in which feelings choose on bodily type. In “Strange Pain” one’s stress seems as an amorphous blob looming around the corner and melancholy a persistent, cat-like companion. As Chiao describes even further:
“Strange Agony is about the small, undefinable pains you from time to time feel when very little is specially incorrect. It can arrive as that ache you experience from a sad song or that fleeting wave of despair that comes above you whilst waiting around for water to boil. It can be the tightness in your chest right before a social celebration or that obscure feeling of guilt you occasionally get, even nevertheless you’ve finished practically nothing improper. Unusual pains are difficult to set into text but this overall body of do the job does its most effective to investigate them.”
In spite of Chiao’s concentration on thoughts of discomfort, her perform evokes its have sense of coziness and camaraderie as we can all share a feeling of recognition or enjoy the basic splendor of a tree mounting out of a developing towards the sunlight. See additional illustrations or photos from “Strange Pain” below or on display at Harman Jobs December 17 – January 7.