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The results of the 2014 Digital Art Creation Program will be shown in a special exhibition titled "Chang Shu-feng” from Jan. 11 through March 16 at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.
"Chang Shu-feng” (張淑芬) is a well-known and common female name in Taiwan. It could be the girl seated next to you at school, the shy girl from the neighborhood, the kind grocery shopkeeper who always gives you a discreet discount, or even your own sister. It is a name you hear being yelled across the streets all the time.
Organized by artist Chang Po-chieh (張博傑), the digital art project is developed from a selection of old photographs from a fictitious family album, with the family settings serving as the main location for the narrative largely based on the chronicle of the young girl.
In the process of viewing these old photographs, the images of the girl will guide the viewer into the fabrics of her everyday life, telling stories that any Taiwanese person is likely to have encountered sometime in life.
When a viewer looks at the photographs, he or she also revisits the memory lane where nostalgic sentiments surface.