分解与重构 Break-up and Reconstruction

分解与重构:傅文俊数绘摄影艺术展

2019年4月8日-5月6日

Break-up and Reconstruction: Fu Wenjun’s Digital Pictorial Photography

April 8 – May 6, 2019

在我们这个时代,艺术的特征表现为:破碎的外表,凌乱的色彩,分散的构图,分解的形状和破碎的形象。自现代艺术诞生以来,艺术的每个部分都被分解了,包括颜色、光线、颜料、形状、线条、空间、绘画表面和布局。现代艺术一直强调“分解”,但是,分解并不意味着缺乏规则,它试图建立一个新规则。换句话说,分解是另一种形式的重构。

傅文俊用各种分解和重构塑造了他的数绘摄影。他分析、扩大和分离了过去人们容易忽视的一些方面,并且,还经常为他们提供一些丰富而复杂的体验。我们的眼睛并非是静止于画面一处的,而是会处在不断变换焦点的过程中。于是,种种互相抵触的力量便发生了,这其中包括重力和向上的力,焦点和边缘之间的张力等等。傅文俊的数绘摄影不断激发着人们捕捉信息的能力。

《错位》系列数绘摄影作品,傅文俊将中国水墨艺术的美学特质融入摄影,以具有哲思意味的抽象图像回应不断变化世界中我们正经历的这一关键时刻。

创作于2012年的大型雕塑作品《为人民服务》,将曾经服务于城市但随着城市化进程加快,交通便捷、现代化设备设施出现而逐渐消失的棒棒形象凝固下来,透过某种意义上的分解与重构关注和思考这一人力劳作群体出现与消失的历史。

In our time, the characteristics of art are manifested in the following aspects: broken appearances, messy colors, scattered composition, disintegrated shape and broken images. Since the birth of modern art, every part of art has been broken down, including colors, light, paint, shapes, lines, spaces, painting surfaces and layouts. Modern art has always emphasized “break-up”, but it does not mean lack of rules. It attempts to establish a new rule. In other words, break-up is another form of reconstruction.

Fu Wenjun has shaped his Digital Pictorial Photography with various decompositions and reconstructions. By doing so, the artist analyzes, enlarges, and separates some aspects that people have easily overlooked in the past, and provides them with rich and complex experience. Our eyes are not at rest, but in the process of constantly changing focus. Thus, various contradictory forces occur, including tensions between the center and the edge, gravity versus upward force, and so on. The artist tests our ability to capture information through different contrasts.

In “Misplacement” series Fu Wenjun brings the aesthetic nature of ink art into photography, presenting abstract images with philosophical thinking towards our changing world in this critical moment.

“Serve the People”, a group of large-scale sculptures created in 2012, features the itinerant porters, known as “bang-bang”, who have served the city, but are disappearing with the acceleration of urbanization, the use of modern transportation and equipment. The artist intends to rethink the history of this “bang-bang army” through break-up and reconstruction to some extent.

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