Check out this artist’s wooden sculptures, that look like pixilated glitches
Hsu Tung Hang is a Taiwanese artist, who creates stunning sculptures. He uses wood, and is considered a virtuoso of blending the old with the new. He uses traditional techniques “engrafted” with a contemporary, futuristic spirit. His wood sculptures look like pixelated glitches. Some blocks protrude forward, while others seem sunken in.
The Taiwanese artist has worked many years on his sculptures, in order to become a master of his craft. And as time goes by, his creations gain complexity. Every sculpture, every block, is created with extensive detail. And so he succeeds in instilling dynamism into his creations, that make them look like a still, in a moving image.