Jointly organized by the Zhejiang Art Museum and CAFA Art Museum, and planned by Feng Boyi, “Boundless – Wang Huangsheng’s Works (2009 – 2013)” is a large-scale exhibition following his solo exhibitions “Post Refined Joy” in 2012 (Beijing), and “roaming | apparition/ los.ge.löst” in Berlin, Germany in 2013, and presents more than 50 creations from 2009 through to 2013, including ink and wash paintings, installations, and videos.
Through the juxtaposition of the black, white and gray exhibition spaces, themed “Boundless”, the exhibition focuses on the display of the creations, the thinking and the judging during this stage, at the same time, meaning that his creation is in the process of experimental exploration, and is always in a status of “roaming” and “boundless”. Wang Huangsheng’s creation of experimental ink studies, a phenomenon of boundless conflicts between the personal artistic poetic romance and reality, and he tries to seek a visual tension of transformation and alienation in this tense inter-relationship, which constitutes the three themes of the exhibition, including “Separated”, “Intervention”, and “Intermediate”. The lines surround, cross, entangle with each other, roaming without any end; the interactive images created by intervention that are covered in newspapers, subvert and dismantle what the media ideology carries; In the fragmented structure and scene of the tangible and intangible, the virtual and real, and the light and shadow, it becomes so that a man feels the property is a reality, like roaming in the critical points between these works, floating accompanied by the shadows, without any boundaries.
About the exhibition
Curator: Feng Boyi
Organizer: Zhejiang Art Museum, CAFA Art Museum
Duration: April 28 – May 10, 2013Venue: Hall 5 – 6
Translated by Chen Peihua and edited by Sue/CAFA ART INFO