The moment when I realize that most of the pink color reveals on my skin is temporal, I start to regard them differently. Those wounds, bruises, pimples, and inflammations may or may not transforming to permanent scars become precious for their fugitiveness. Comparing to scar, often as a symbol of irreversible consequence, the pink impression tell an ongoing story about the body. Though the meaning of a color is diverse from culture to culture, pink is generally considered to be the color of feminine in most of the capitalist countries. In recent years, pink is getting polysemous for being adopted by different sexualities, for example the sign of liberation and self-identity for LGBTQ groups, but its bondage to women still exists.
蔡祖芸 Winnie Tsai
TSU-YUN TSAI still photographer based in Taipei
Graduate School of Journalism, NCCU 2015 Wonder Foto Day, Guoying Long Jury Award 2016 Mirror Metropolis Shenzhen-Taipei New Talent Photographer Exhibition 2017 Taipei Art Photo, Young Talents 2019 Onaeba, Osaka, Japan art works are mainly about feminine and stray animals