We first noticed the work by Teng-Yuan Chang at Art Central in Hong Kong back in March, and were captivated about the trippy visuals that are mixing illustrating, painting, narrating along with elements of graffiti. Constructing surreal landscapes and scenarios using a peculiar color palette, the Taiwan-born artist works in a variety of mediums, creating a large story around doomsday saga, with doomsday archaeology as the concept. After seeing his paintings on canvas as well as video/animation work in which he fluidly blends elements of Eastern and Western traditions and cultures, we got a virtual peek at his studio ahead of his upcoming solo show, Prism, lake, light at iArt Gallery in Hsinchu City in Taiwan and had a chat…

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