Ming-Jer Kuo
Artist Statement

My work is the result of my observations on, research in and responses to the complexity of urban systems. I use shifting perspectives and variations in scales to study urban areas and form, and to explore and respond to ideas of urban organization and management. Working with lens-based images such as aerial photographs, I capture repeated urban patterns, present unseen scenes and illustrate urban information. Through the presentation of both photographic prints and sculptural installations, I want to blur the boundaries between architecture, urban planning, design and photography and to encourage viewers to resee and rethink our living surrounding.

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Works & History
2015“The (Not So) Secret Life of Plants”, Paul Robeson Galleries, Newark, NJ, United States
“The Moment: Taiwanese American Contemporary Arts”, New York Hall of Science, NYC, United States
“ViewPoints 2015”, aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ, United States
“The FLUID 2015”, Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, NYC, United States
“You Are Here Now”, The Gateway Center Concourse at 2 Gateway Center, Newark, NJ, United States
“NARS Foundation Benefit”, NARS Foundation, NYC, United States
“Emerging Photographers”, iGavel
2014“Zero Boundaries”, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, NYC, United States
“The Big Show”, Art Factory, Paterson, NJ, United States
First Fall Grand Salon Show, Greenpoint Gallery, NYC, United States
“Emerald City”, 2 Gateway Center, Newark, NJ, United States
Thesis Exhibition, SVA Chelsea Gallery, NYC, United States
2012Spring & Fall Salon, School of Visual Arts, NYC, United States
2011The 9th Taoyuan Creation Award Exhibition, Taoyuan Department of Cultural Affairs, Taoyuan, Taiwan
2010“Everyday Practice of Art”, 1839 Little Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan-Solo Show