Jocelyn TsaihThrough her figurative-yet-abstract and illustrative work, Jocelyn Tsaih strives to make sense of the human experience through her own perspective, utilizing a recurring amorphous figure meant to represent the universal soul.
Jocelyn Tsaih (b. 1992) is a Taiwan-born, Shanghai-raised artist currently based in Oakland, California. The focal aspect of her work is an amorphous figure originally created to represent the universal soul. Through her figurative-yet-abstract work, she strives to make sense of the human experience through her own perspective while hoping that others can simultaneously see themselves within it. The reflective nature of her work exists in parallel to her observations of our fundamental need for connection and communication - the back and forth, the give and take.
Exhibited at Colour Your Soul, Universe Gallery, Hangzhou, 2022
Solo exhibition, Nowhere Else To Go But Within, Glass Rice, San Francisco, 2021
Exhibited at One by One, ABV Gallery, Atlanta, GA