©2019 by juju hung

juju hung

Artist | Dreamer | Maker

juju (Julia Yu-Wen Hung) believes daily life inspires art and reality transpires through imagination. With her multicultural experiences, she aspires to widen possibilities of and beyond the art world, to children and adults alike.

my recipe

/ Portfolio

呷飽沒? (jia ba vue?)
= Have you eaten well?
= How are you? = . . .

The essential values

and instructions
of a recipe
are not being shared,

what would be shared

are stories
of life...

EXHIBITION

coming soon

...

Taipei

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Dreamy Tide

Taiwan Lantern Festival
February 2019, Pingtung

What is this? A wave? A tree? A starry sky?
Is there right or wrong? 
Julia believes that everything is interdependent and interchangeable. Handmade with hundreds of used plastic bags, this artificial wave questions today’s artificial world and its social values.

Immortagram

GreenPower

2018, Element, Taipei

Julia Hung presents a visual feast examining how human beings consume and are consumed, by exploring the pendulum of disposability in daily goods and art. She raises essential questions beyond decomposability and mortality.

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EXHIBITION

coming soon

...

Taipei

IMG_0641_edited_edited.jpg
IMG_8848.JPG

Dreamy Tide

Taiwan Lantern Festival
February 2019, Pingtung

What is this? A wave? A tree? A starry sky?
Is there right or wrong? 
Julia believes that everything is interdependent and interchangeable. Handmade with hundreds of used plastic bags, this artificial wave questions today’s artificial world and its social values.

Immortagram

GreenPower

2018, Element, Taipei

Julia Hung presents a visual feast examining how human beings consume and are consumed, by exploring the pendulum of disposability in daily goods and art. She raises essential questions beyond decomposability and mortality.

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?gge rof doom eht ni

L’Oranger, ArtGeneve

2017, Palexpo, Geneva

14 Vrai de Vrai / Real of Real raw eggs are presented, each carries a colour and a story of its origin. These human-made raw eggs raise questions about origin, authenticity, and the era of human-made reality.

in the mood for egg?

?gge rof doom eht ni

left to right

right to left

could one imagine

changding direction

reading inversely?

...

Curator | Jeanne Graff

In the Mood for Egg?

L’Oranger

2017, LIYH, Geneva

Inspired by the news about fake eggs in China and vegan eggs in the states, Julia presents her version of artificial eggs, both edible and non-edible, to showcase the era of artificial reality.

a world

in-between the real and the fake

separated from the origin

filled with stories 

that sell

stories

that gain their existence

beyond stories 

They might not be 100% real, but they are surely not fake - they are merely artificial.

Curator | Jeanne Graff

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WRITING

Vrai de Vrai / Real of Real

In The Mood for Egg

2016 + its past and future

artist edition

As an entrepreneurial wealth building manual for the arts and crafts of artificial eggs, it explores and exploits technology of eggs and stories beyond eggs, to question the era of human-made reality.

L’Oranger

2017, Geneva

A catalogue for the exhibition L’Oranger, which includes unique booklets and inserts representing each participating artist’s art practice, in addition, collective interviews with curator Jeanne Graff, and Parisian critic and publisher Catherine Chevalier, and each participating artist.  The assemblage graphic design is laid out by Berlin-based Swiss graphic designer Dan Solbach.  (HEAD-Geneve)

A Recipe of No Recipe

2016 | 1st edition

2017 | artist edition

Taipei / Geneva

My yearlong experience of starting a juice business and doing it as an ongoing art project is written in the style of epic poem, but instead of exemplifying current beliefs in today’s society, I question them. By referencing Ben Kinmont, M.F.K. Fisher, and anecdotes of my own experiences, aspects of the current art system is also being examined and questioned. 
Theoretical tutor | Catherine Chevalier

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