Force Field and Variations : the Cross-culturality

Force Field and Variations : the Cross-culturality

WEN Chi|Hsu Yu-Jen|YUAN Hui-Li
CHEN Hsing-Wan|CHANG Yung-Tsun|Teng Pu-Chun


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Through the theoretical lens of cultural dynamics and its force field, this exhibition examines the variations of ink art in post-war Taiwan. Bringing together the works of artists from different generations, including Wen Chi, Hsu Yu-Jen, Chen Shin-Wan, Chang Yong-Tsun, Teng Pu-Chun and Yuan Hui-Li, audiences can see a dynamic cultural landscape that is constructed by a spectrum of variations, including abstract, structural, minimalistic, installation, video, magic, gender and ecological. Based on the reflection on ink tradition, modern ink painting has renounced imitation and representation by moving towards simplified and symbolic structural forms, pursuing the freedom and purity of materials and forms. Contemporary ink has traversed through the field of media and conceptual dialectics to capture visual spectacles that reflect the state of mind and body and transcend reality while foregrounding the complicated phenomenon of this aloof yet closely connected contemporary society. There exists an interconnecting but independent dynamic relationship between ink art and the contemporary society; and the two have been interweaving the most significant page of cros-culturality in the history of ink painting.

Source: CHINI GALLERY

CONTENTS

004 Prefaces

006 Essay

022 Artists and Plates

246 Index

ISBN:9789869508148 
Publishing Date:2018-02
Publisher:CHINI GALLERY
Language:Chinese.English
Cover: Hardcover
Page:263
Size:31 x 24 cm


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