Jawshing Arthur Liou creates video installations that depict spaces often not probable in reality. Working with both lens-based representation and digital post-production, he aims to transform recognizable imagery into realms of otherworldly experience. Liou’s videos and prints are in numerous public and private collections. Recent acquisitions include the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (2011), Museum of Fine Arts Houston (2009), and the Indianapolis Museum of Art (2005). His works have traveled internationally, including exhibitions in New York, Chicago, London, Montréal, Houston, and Tokyo; and film and media festivals in Sweden, Italy, Denmark, and Brazil. Liou is the recipient of Asian Cultural Council Grant, New York (2013) and Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship, Indianapolis (2010). International presentations of his work include the SIGGRAPH conference in Vancouver and the European SLSA Biennial in Amsterdam.
Arthur's ArtPrize Entries
These are Arthur's official ArtPrize entries from this year and past years.
Arthur's Past Work
These are images of past work that Arthur has done.