澳大利亞藝術家Ruth Li的作品喚起了夢幻般的烏托邦幻想，同時表現出一種不安全和脆弱的感覺。Li利用她的雕塑和灌輸作為隱喻，探索傳統和多元文化的美的概念，作為精神和崇高的跨文化語言。Li於2013年在澳大利亞國立藝術學院獲得美術學士學位（榮譽），並由MAY SPACE Sydney代理。她目前在澳大利亞，台灣和她在中國景德鎮的工作室之間分配時間。她被邀請到中國，台灣，日本，泰國，土耳其和澳大利亞參加展覽，主持研討會和會談。Li的作品由中國景德鎮的桃溪川博物館，土耳其阿瓦諾斯的古瑞博物館以及內夫謝希爾市的公共收藏品收藏。
Australian artist Ruth Li’s works evoke dream-like utopian fantasies while projecting a feeling of insecurity and fragility. Li utilizes her sculptures and instillations as metaphor to explore tradition and multicultural concepts of beauty as a cross-cultural language in to the spiritual and the sublime. Li finished her Bachelor of Fine Arts (honours) at the National Art School in 2013 and is represented by MAY SPACE Sydney. She currently divides her time between Australia, Taiwan, and her studio in Jingdezhen, China. Li has since been invited to exhibit, host workshops and talks in China, Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, Turkey and Australia. Li’s works are collected by Taoxichuan Museum in Jingdezhen, China, Guray Museum in Avanos, Turkey as well as the Nevsehir City’s public collection.
BIOGRAPHY 2013 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hon), National Art School, Sydney. 1992 Born in Taipei, Taiwan.
SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2020 (scheduled) Australian Flowers Exhibition, Kyoto Ceramic Centre, Japan. 2020 (scheduled) Taiwan Ceramics Biennale, New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan. 2020 (scheduled) Minicipal Tainan Cultural Centre, Tainan Taiwan. 2019 NEXT, Sydney Contemporary, Sydney. 2019 (Finalist) Korean International Ceramic Biennale, Rep. of Korea. 2019 ART TAICHUNG, Taichung, Taiwan. 2019 11th International Avanos Applied Ceramic Symposium, Nevşehir Hacı Bektaş Veli University,Turkey. 2018 IAC Ceramics Generations, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan. 2018 MUGGED!, MAY SPACE, Sydney. 2018 Hua Hin International Contemporary Art, River City, Bangkok, Thailand. 2018 No One Is A Lonely Island, Taoxichuan Museum, Jingdezhen, China. 2017 Ceramic Revisions II, MAY SPACE, Sydney. 2017 Jing Piao, Jingdezhen Ceramics Museum Jingdezhen China Ceramics Museum, Jingdezhen, China. 2017 (Finalist) North Sydney Art Prize, Coal Loader Centre, Sydney. 2017 The White Room, Stanley Street Gallery, Sydney. 2016 Craft Trend Fair, Seoul, Korea. 2016 Museum Grand Opening Exhibition, Jingdezhen Taoxichuan Museum, Jingdezhen, China. 2016 International Art Expo, Shenzhen, China. 2015 HOMEGROWN, Art Space on the Concourse, Willoughby City Council, Sydney. 2015 (Finalist) Emerging Artist Award - Finalist Exhibition, Craft NSW, Sydney. 2015 Turn Turn Turn: the Studio Ceramics Tradition at the National Art School, National Art School Gallery, Sydney. 2015 Hell-O Multi arts festival, Project 107, Sydney. 2014 Contemporary Porcelain, Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Sydney. 2014 A Fresh Perspective, Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Sydney. 2014 Home@735, Gallery Home@735, Sydney. 2013 Emporio Armani National Art School Postgraduate Exhibition, National Art School, Sydney. 2012 Ink earth, Stairwell Gallery: National Art School, Sydney. 2011 Dirt people, Building 5: National Art School, Sydney. 2011 Plate tectonics, Project Space, National Art School, Sydney.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS (cont’d) 2011 Cockatoo Island – drawing exhibition, Building 25: National Art School, Sydney.
PRIZES / RESIDENCIES / WORKSHOPS 2019 New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan. 2019 Winner – Emerging Artist Award, North Sydney Art Prize, The Coal Loader, North Sydney, NSW. Ceramic Workshop, New Taipei City Tingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan. 2018 Hua Hin International Contemporary Arts Residency, Thailand 2017 LongXiang Ceramics Residency, Jingdezhen, China. 2017 Ceramic workshop, Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan. 2016 Taoxichuan International Studio Residency, Jingdezhen, China. 2013 Australian Ceramics Association Award.
PRESS Televised interview, Dafeng Media [大豐新聞], 9 December 2019. Yolanda Hsu, [Unique Jingdezhen ceramics in Taiwan on view in Taipei], China Times, 28 November 2019. Li Mei-Ying, [Taiwanese-Australian ceramic artist uses ceramics to explore mortality], The Storm Media, Financial Times, TSSDNEWS, Pacific Daily, Miao-Jie News, 27 November 2019. Wang Xin-Hui, [The erosion of an artwork reflects on life’s mortality. Ceramicist Ruth Ju-shih Li: people are constructed like clay], Christian Daily (Taiwan), 27 November 2019. [Florilegium –Ruth Ju-shih Li’s solo exhibition], New Taipei City Arts Magazine, 25 October 2019, November Issue, p. 16. John McDonald, Sydney Contemporary Art Fair 2019, Sydney Morning Herald, 12 September 2019. Artwork chosen for main promotional image Sydney Contemporary 2019, Artsy Evelyne Schoenmann, In Studio with Ruth Ju-shih Li, New Ceramics: The European Ceramics Magazine 2019, Issue 4. 2018 Stella Tan, The Sacred. The Sublime and the Self, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, Vol. 57, No. 1. 2016 Caitlyn Hurley, MADE IN CHINA, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, Vol. 55, No. 3. 2016 Women in Action: Pursuing a Dream, Woman of China Magazine, May Issue, Pg 41. 2014 ames Compton, Exhibition review, Das platforms (Das SuperPaper) – http://www.dasplatforms.com/ writing/11-01-14 2012 Stephen Bird, Ink Earth, The Journal of Australian Ceramics.
COLLECTIONS Taoxichuan Museum, Jingdezhen, China. Yingge Ceramics Museum, New Taipei, Taiwan. Guray Museum, Avanos, Turkey. Private collections in Australia, Taiwan, Thailand and China.