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带电的身体:朱湘闽个展

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狮语画廊非常荣幸地邀请到青年艺术家朱湘闽在上海举办个展--"带电的身体",这是朱湘闽近期作品一种新的方式的综合呈现。

 

It is Leo Gallery's honour to hold in Shanghai the solo exhibition of emerging artist Zhu Xiangmin - "The Body Electric". It would be an integrated manifestation of Zhu Xiangmin's recent works in a new form.

 

朱湘闽的绘画既不是具象绘画,也不是抽象绘画,而是更加直接、感性的"形象"绘画。他通过将作为思考内核的脑袋从身体中解构出来,或将其残缺化存在,与模糊掉面部表情,消解了人物在作品中的地位,或站立,或弯曲,或扭做一团的形象都摆脱了具象表现的叙述意义,这些形象要表达的是艺术家的感觉、感知与逻辑。虽然作品名字为"我的肖像",但作品是反对叙述,拒绝图解的,其中的身体诚然不是艺术家的影子,也不是肉体,而是艺术家对世界与生活的思考,是镜像、幻想、理想的统一,作品中的情感与张力并不是作品中的人物释放出来的,而是形象、运动与色彩共同组织的,因而,形象是模糊而充满力量感的。

 

Zhu Xiangmin's paintings are neither figurative paintings nor abstract paintings, but more direct and perceptual paintings of "image". He deconstructs or disembodies the brain as the centre of thinking, blurs out facial expressions, and dispels the position of human characters in the works. The images of human characters, either standing up, bending over, or twisted, extricate from the narrative meanings of figurative expression. These images express the artist's feelings, perceptions and logic. Although one of the works is titled as "My Likeness", it is actually against narrations and illustrations. The body in the images is certainly not the reflection of a physical body nor the artist himself, but the artist's thinking about the world and life, showing how reflections, fantasies, and ideals are combined. The emotions and tensions are not released by the characters in the works, but are created jointly by the images, movements and colours. Therefore, the images are vague, but full of power.

 

本次展览,朱湘闽拓展了绘画的维度与表达的深度,不仅将对惠特曼诗歌(《草叶集》)的领悟、对声音的收集、对日常生活的感悟都融入到作品中,还将炭笔运用在油画创作中,捕捉那些稍纵即逝的感觉,同时,为了拓展绘画作品的空间张力,对创作媒介--纸张进行揉搓褶皱处理,并将擦笔的棉布与纸张结合起来创造双层立体绘画效果。

整个展览现场将是一个充满艺术电荷的磁场。

 

In this exhibition, Zhu Xiangmin expanded the dimensions and depth of painting. He not only integrates his understanding of Walt Whitman's poetry (Leaves of Grass), a collection of sounds, and the perception of daily life into his works, but also uses charcoal pencils in the creation of oil paintings to capture the feeling of fleetingness. Also, in order to expand the spatial tension of the paintings, the media, which is paper, is rubbed and folded. A three-dimensional effect is created by his combination of cotton cloth and paper.

The entire exhibition site will be a magnetic field that is fully charged with artistic electric charges.