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domestic nightscape vi

domestic nightscape (2014)

Li Chaoyu

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In Walla Walla, a small town in America, the neighborhoods are dotted with streets full of stereotypical middle-class homes. Yet, as night falls they being to change. When artificial lights turn on inside and begin to radiate out, these houses begin to morph and become almost pure geometric shapes. For the audience, who may have never had this experience, the images are not only attractive visually, but also bring about curiosity. What do the lights that stream from these houses seem to mean, and how do they actually feel? It's a sense of security, or the emotions of alienation?

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Li Chaoyu

Li Chaoyu was born in Nanjing and now lives in New York. He graduated from the School of Visual Arts where he did his MA in photography and visual media. He received his BA from Whitman College with a degree in fine arts, which included an exchange in Firenze, Italy with Syracuse University where he was the recipient of a Special Award for photography. He has also previously worked for the Power Station of Art at the 10th edition of the Shanghai Biennale. His photography has been exhibited in China, the U.S., and Italy. Under quite diverse influences, he has been through several stages in terms of photography, and is now seeking to further develop his personal visual presentation and focusing on topics that are comprehensible and relevant to himself.

2015 Group exhibition Outside the Background, Xian Nong Court, Tianjin, China

2014 Group exhibition Curiosity : Art & The Pleasures of Knowing, Dusk Dawn Club, Beijing, China

2014 Senior exhibition, Lotus Art Center, Walla Walla, US

2014 Exhibition coordinator assistant, 10th Shanghai Biennale, China

2013 Selected group exhibition with Special Award, Syracuse University, Firenze, Italy

domestic nightscape vi

Li Chaoyu

In Walla Walla, a small town in America, the neighborhoods are dotted with streets full of stereotypical middle-class homes. Yet, as night falls they being to change. The structure and lines of the buildings become increasingly prevalent. As artificial lights turn on inside and begin to radiate out, these houses begin to morph and become almost pure geometric shapes. Using a long-exposure, Li Chaoyu captures every bit of light. Light sources begin to mingle and weave, their colors and varying luminosities contrasting in the night; the images become a surreal wash written in color. For the audience, who may have never had this experience, the images are not only attractive visually, but also bring about curiosity. What do the lights that stream from these houses seem to mean, and how do they actually feel? It's a sense of security, or the emotions of alienation? 

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