《白露》為播映於電視裡的錄像裝置。這件作品預想為發生在電視上的「表層影像」，我透過實拍在螢幕上的水滴表現，而水滴的動態放大了影像的真實結構，觀者所見無數 RGB 的像素底層被影像所揭露，是以 Mapping（實景投影）技術為手法，且將（原本僅作為承載影像的）電視納入觀看機制中的錄像裝置作品。
White Null is a video installation displayed on a television screen. This work is conceived as a ‘surface image’ occurring on the television, which I represent through real shots of water droplets on the screen. The motion of the water droplets magnifies the genuine structure of the image, revealing to the viewer countless underlying RGB pixels. It is a video installation that uses mapping (projection mapping) techniques and incorporates the television (which was originally only used as a carrier of images) into the viewing mechanism.
With an MFA in new media art from the Taipei National University of the Arts, HSIEH Yu-Cheng currently lives and works in Taipei, Taiwan. His art practice concerns the visuality of materials and technological media, with a focus on the relationship between the lights and images of various interfaces to investigate the dialectics that exist between humans and artefacts. These relationships, including both the digital and the analogue, the substantial and the virtual, misplacement and counterpoint, and presence and absence, are used as an index for each other’s perceptual experiences and spatial realities.
HSIEH’s works have been included in exhibitions at Taipei Fine Arts Museum, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Tainan Art Museum, the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, and Honggah Museum. He has received awards from Taipei Art Awards, TDCC Contemporary Arts Awards, NEXT ART TAINAN, the National Art Exhibition, and SANCF Awards, as well as ELIA’s NEU NOW and been nominated for the Taishin Arts Award. Hsieh has been supported by Tianmei Art Foundation and the AND Taiwan Arts and Technology Center in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture. Recent commissioned works and outdoor light installations include those for the Taiwan Lantern Festival (2022), Taiwan International Light Festival (2021), Hualien Performing Public Space Festival (2021), The Original Festival (2021), Treasure Hill Light Festival (2020), Yuejin Lantern Festival (2019-2020), Kuan-Du Light Art Festival, and Nuit Blanche in Taipei (2017).