Giant's many chairs

LI Cheng Liang2019-03-19/2019-05-19

Fubon Art Foundation

Fubon Art Foundation
Taipei, Taiwan

This giant sculpture sitting on the grass in front of Taipei New Horizon Building is the work of Taiwanese young generation artist Li Cheng Liang. Li likes to collect old objects and breathe new life into them by reassembling the pieces.
This time, Li has made the fold-up chairs recovered from Xinzhuang Baseball Stadium into an artwork that is both functional and beautiful. The walls are made of cut and bent iron panels put together one by one to form the body of an inclined giant. We have all had imaginations big and small. The chairs are a part of the giant’s body. Visitors become a part of the artwork when they take their seats. Crowds gather to form the giant's body. They may walk through it and feel the giant's embrace, while enjoying the fantastic world that the artist has created.


  • Title: Giant's many chairs
  • Creator: LI Cheng Liang
  • Date Created: 2019-03-19/2019-05-19
  • Medium: Iron and chairs, photo
  • Location: Xin-Yi District, Taipei, Taipei New Horizon: Lawn

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