HU Jia Chun
HU Jia Chun, Lucy focuses on presenting visual narratives through illustration and graphic art.
Living in a world full of violence and disruption, Lucy considers artmaking as a way that enables us to share kindness, love and care. Her subject matter explores daily experience and feelings that exist in this world. She is particularly interested in nostalgia, poetic and melancholy, and to transform these elements into stories that can be read from both perspectives, joy and sorrow. She explores soft, gentle, and intuitive marks in her creation, and she aims to develop a visual language that translates her beliefs in the power of innocence and pureness.
She hopes her works will draw audiences' attention and appreciation to the unremarkable happenings in life, and to look for shimmering light when the night comes.
Watercolor, color pencil, acrylic, gouache, oil pastel, pastel and crayon
A set of 17: 19 × 19 cm each
Most of the time in our lives we live in a space called our room. And in our rooms, we do daily repeated unremarkable things. But this ordinary space and our ordinary activities is actually every individual’s daily poems, and the essence of life. This story depicts a huge blue creator’s life living in a cube-like room. He enjoys sunbathing, he washes clothes, he waters flowers, he eats, he draws and he looks into the mirror. Isn’t his repeated and ordinary daily life beautiful?