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An educational exhibition titled "Follow the Lines on a Journey” will run at the Taichung-based National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts from Feb. 22 through Nov. 9, 2014.
To show how lines are omnipresent in our world, one can try to count the ways they take form: written text, sprayed graffiti, rippling water, physical movements, facial expressions, sound waves, wavering shadows, and that's literally just the tip of the iceberg.
Through visual observations and transformations, an artist's internal world materializes, and through the construction and deconstruction of lines, unique artistic expressions are formed.
Lines, combined with other playful elements such as colors, sounds, rhythms, and textures, come together in 13 artworks. The use of photography, mixed media, and oil painting also reflect how diverse line art can be.
The nine-month exhibition will be accompanied by guided tours, teacher's workshops, art seminars, and cross-disciplinary events. Find out more about "Follow the Lines on a Journey” here.