The work takes the reflection of image and time as the means of painting. Using a range of basic materials, the work understands the ideas of drafting/planning as a state resisting the actualization of artwork, as the preserved terminal in itself. The results are the producing, collecting and display of various personal systems of drawings, fragments, and photographs/stills. The graphic spaces incarnated from different imagery disciplines such as modernist cinema, early photography, eastern folio making constitute the materialistic metaphors of the work, while simultaneously situated in an architecturally conscious constellation and assemblage. Wall and wooden floor penal are the predominant carriers of the highly sensitive and nuanced arrangements, framed by precise lines and distances.
Aware of the discourse imperative and technological synchronization of current artistic production, the work articulates a counter example of aethestic experience, in the state of great transportation and multiple cultural choices.
A recent body of work circles the image of detained, anonymous landscape. Looking towards the “privileged moment” in Sartre’s Nausea, the work discreetly warns the happening of situations.
10/2016 “十月”, 与Frank Pinsent联展，海豚画廊，圣约翰学院，牛津，英国
06/2016 “Ruskin.Show”， 牛津艺术本科毕业展， 拉斯金艺术学院，牛津，英国
05/2016 “Visiting Hours”，皇后学院展，拉斯金艺术学院，牛津，英国
05/2015 “Day Rattle”， 群展，沃斯特学院船屋，牛津，英国
03/2015 “海豚艺术周”，与Olli Bass联展，海豚画廊，圣约翰学院，牛津，英国
Born in 1993
2013 – 2016
Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford (Queen’s College) BFA Fine Art
10/2016 “October”, with Frank Pinsent, Dolphin Gallery, St. John’s College, Oxford, UK
06/2016 “Ruskin.Show”, BA graduate degree show, Ruskin School of Art, Oxford, UK
05/2016 “Visiting Hours”, Ruskin School of Art High Street, Oxford, UK
06/2015 “Drawing on Paper”, solo show at Dolphin Gallery, St. John’s College, Oxford, UK
05/2015 “Day Rattle”, group show at Worcester College boathouse rooftop, Oxford, UK
03/2015 “Dolphin Art Week”, showing with Ollie Bass at Dolphin Gallery, St. John’s College, Oxford, U.K