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李善单+玛馨玲月

李善单+玛馨玲月 在艺搜查询

SDL+MSLL
出生年份: 2019
籍    贯: 台湾

艺术简介

台湾新锐艺术家四人组「MaSingLingLuna(MSLL)玛馨玲月」由MANIHOO张心禹、Singway王馨薇、Ling Ling郑如玲与Luna陈谊欣所组成,是台湾艺术市场最具潜力、最被藏家们看好的焦点!

 

四人组中的MANIHOO张心禹、Singway王馨薇、Ling Ling郑如玲首先组成「玛馨玲(Ma Sing Ling)」三人组,他们初登台的「合气一相」系列气势磅礡,旋即获得入选「西英国皇家艺术学院第159届秋季展」的亮眼佳绩;同时,也获得许多重量级藏家的青睐,他们的作品且成为这些藏家所属集团美术馆的藏品。2016年,Luna陈谊欣加入,「MSLL玛馨玲月」正式成军。

 

这四个人彼此相识超过十年。2009年底,她们不约而同开始投身艺术创作,但各自领域不同:Ling Ling郑如玲独钟摄影,作品呈现静物之美;Singway王馨薇擅以油画传达内心感怀;MANIHOO张心禹则以复合媒材的装置艺术,展露纯真的赤子之心;Luna陈谊欣以浪漫童话呈现幸福洋溢的气氛。

 

由于四个人都有创作抽象画的背景,再加上都获选参展台北新艺术博览会,而台北新艺术博览会又要求参展艺术家要不断自我超越、创新,他们四人因缘萌生「奇想」:集体创作。

 

集体绘画创作在国际艺术界虽已行之有年(如:Gilbert & George、Chapman Brothers),但在台湾仍属少见。所幸,她们的「奇想」得到台北新艺术博览会艺术总监李善单的青睐,李大师不但亲自指导、激发这四位年轻艺术家的创作天分,甚至加入她们集体创作的行列,于是有了「SDL+MSLL」的五人艺术组合。

 

SDL+MSLL 从围棋中悟得合力创作的艺术

 

 

五人要如何共同创作,才能各自发挥所长,又能创造出全然自成一格的新风格?

 

李大师是围棋高手,每次下棋时,总觉得「棋盘上,黑白子的组合排列就像一幅令人激赏的抽象画」──从中,他体会到合力创作的艺术。

 

在艺术创作上,他们五人先探讨每幅作品的核心精神,再依下围棋的四种阶段性策略──定石、布局、腾挪与收官──并配合每位艺术家的个性与创作特色,采取分工合力的方式进行。

 

首先,由艺术大师李善单「定石」──定好整个画面的主轴。其次,由个性稳重的Ling Ling郑如玲与拥有哲学系背景、沉静优雅的Singway王馨薇作「布局」──建立构图的雏形;若以棋盘来比喻,意即将画作中的平衡点逐一平衡。之后,再由活泼好动的MANIHOO张心禹与积极灵巧的Luna陈谊欣作「腾挪」──予以变化、注入活力。最后的「收官」,则由五人以各种角度充分探讨之后,合力做最后的修饰与收尾,一幅气势奔腾的画作,于焉而生。

 

《明镜.印象》和《需.菩提》就是SDL+MSLL五人艺术组合的最新创作。

 

 

MSLL: A Rising Art Quartet from Taiwan

MSLL (MaSingLingLuna) is an art quartet composed of four female artists from Taiwan: MANIHOO, Singway, Lingling, and Luna. MANIHOO, Singway and Lingling started their collaboration as a trio, called Ma Sing Ling (MSL), in 2011. Their debut series, “Form of Unity,” was soon selected into the 159th Autumn Exhibition organized by Royal West of England Academy, United Kingdom (2011). Their creation also drew attention from Taiwan’s heavy-weight art collectors, who placed Ma Sing Ling’s artworks in their conglomerate museums. With Luna’s joining in, MSLL was formed in 2016.

 

Knowing each other for more than 10 years, these four young artists all embarked upon their creation of art in 2009. Lingling began as a photographer with work capturing the beauty of still life. Singway likes to use oil painting to illustrate her life philosophy. MANIHOO specializes in mixed media for portraying the purity of child-like innocence. Luna’s work is full of the atmosphere of carefree happiness and fairy romance.

 

They four started to work as a team, partially because of their experiences in abstract painting, and partially because of their enrollment in the A.R.T. exposition. The A.R.T. requires its participants to constantly transcend themselves and bring something new to the viewers, and this sparked a “wild” idea among them: collaborative creation.

 

Creating artwork as a team is quite new in Taiwan – though not uncommon globally (e.g., Gilbert & George and the Chapman Brothers). Fortunately, their “wild” thought won appreciation from Master Lee, A.R.T.’s curator. Master Lee even joins in to give them advice and help elicit these young artists’ potentials. Now we have a new collaborative formation: SDL+MSLL.

 

SDL+MSLL: The Art of Collaboration Inspired by Go Chess

The beauty of collaborative creation is to allow each member to develop his/her different characteristics and meanwhile have all these differences harmonized into one that has its own flares. The challenge is then: How to achieve this goal?

 

Master Lee found the answer from Go chess, an abstract strategy board game invented in China 2500 years ago. The playing pieces of the game are called “stones” – black and white for the respective players who place the stones on the vacant intersections (“points”) of a board in turn. As a Go player, Master Lee has been noticing, “The strategic placement of black and white stones is just like an awesome abstract painting,” and this inspired him the art of collaboration.

 

When creating a new work, they first discuss what they wish to express and then divide the creation process into four steps in accord with four major schematic stages of the Go chess – namely, setting the stone (dingshi 定石), layout (buju 布局), strategic move and appropriation (tengnuo 腾挪), and closure (shouguan 收官). As to work allotment, it depends on the member’s art style and personality.

 

Master Lee usually takes the first move – to “set the stones,” that is, to scheme out the overall picture. The Second step, “layout,” is taken by Lingling for her composed personality, and Singing for her philosophical background. Their job is to bring balance to certain points of the painting. Next is “strategic move and appropriation,” at which stage MANIHOO and Luna, both are lively and agile, will add dynamics and vibration to it. The final stage, “closure,” is done by all five through thorough discussion and they collaboratively give finishing touch to complete a magnificent artwork.

 

“Clear Mirror.Image” and “Necessary.Bodhi” are their latest series.