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2017 Digital Art Creation Competition Program - An Immersive Experience of Ink Wash Paintings: To Roam, View, Travel and Live
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Place: 108 Gallery
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Date: 2017 / 05 / 06 – 2017 / 07 / 09
Opening: 2017 / 05 / 13 (Sat.) 15:00
Venue: Gallery 108, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

 Two-dimensional ink wash paintings are projected into the three-dimensional world. Viewers are immersed in the virtual reality, where the paintings are visualized, to experience the freehand style of Chinese painting in a modern way.



Guo Xi, painter in the Song Dynasty, brought up the concept of “to roam, view, travel and live,” elaborating the ideas behind landscape paintings. This artwork probes into the serenity in the ink wash paintings. Its two-dimensional tradition is challenged by the unique presentation. The paintings are recreated in three-dimensional virtual reality and presented via panoramic projection. The contemporary artwork showcases the essence of ink wash paintings: emptiness compensates fullness; nothingness exceeds the matter; and shapelessness surpasses the shape. Viewers are immersed in the space of literati paintings. They venture into the nothingness of ink washing paintings, which is brilliantly captured by virtual reality.





There is magic hidden in ink wash paintings, which hints Orientalism and Mysticism. For thousands of years, ink wash paintings had stayed flat and two-dimensional. Its magic thus had been excluded from the real world. As a three-dimensional and spatial medium, virtual reality approaches the magic in its paradoxical way. Reality is realized in a virtual world. The artwork probes into the delicate relations between the opposite concepts: two vs. three dimensions; reality vs. virtuality.

 



Production Team: CHOU Kuan-Ting, HONG Sio-Pang, HSU Hui-Ching, TSENG Yu-Chuan

 



Opening time for VR experience

Friday: 14:30~15:30

Saturday & Sunday: 14:30~15:30, 16:30~17:30

*Please register at gallery 108 ten minutes before the shift start. Every shifts open for up to 12 people.

 


 
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