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James Tapscott:James Tapscott的新作品“Arc ZERO – Eclipse”在已于2018年12月18日开幕的中国深圳湾艺术节上展出。

James Tapscott:James Tapscott’s new artwork “Arc ZERO – Eclipse” is currently on display as part of Shenzhen BAY ART festival in China which opened on December 18th.

 

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该展览由香港Movement工作室的Keith Lam策划,展出了19位国际知名艺术家的23件原创作品。该展览将时尚与艺术联系起来,在深圳湾“华润”旗舰楼附近的新万象城购物中心开幕。

Curated by Keith Lam of Hong Kong based Studio Movement, the exhibition encompasses 19 renowned international artists and 23 original artworks. Connecting fashion with art, the exhibition opened in the new MIXC shopping mall adjacent to the ‘China Resources’ flagship building in the Shenzhen Bay area.

 

 

Tapscott的作品改编自他在日本阿尔卑斯山节上的著名作品:用一圈薄雾和光包围了佛寺入口处的一座桥。

Tapscott’s work is an adaptation of his famous work from the Japan Alps Festival, which used a ring of mist and light to encircle a bridge at the entrance to a Buddhist Temple.

 

 

对我来说,这是一个很好的机会,可以把日本的作品适应一个更受控制的环境,并将它简化。这变成了一种极具挑战性的感性体验——一种真正崇高的和具有空间变革性的体验。利用最少的光线和水,却让这个空间看起来几乎是无穷尽的,一个黑暗的无限空间。拱门的水通过反射形成了一个完整的圆圈,圆圈里的区域看起来像是一个入口,感觉比周围更暗,就像一个阴影悬挂在空间中,而不是投射在表面上。人们在倒影上行走,用自己脚步的涟漪来改变它,这是一个多么迷人的景象,这种让观众全身心投入的体验,是我对水和光的设计工作的真正兴奋之处。

For me it was a great opportunity to adapt the work from Japan into a more controlled environment and turn it into something more minimal. It becomes a very challenging perceptual experience – something truly sublime and spatially transformative. Using minimal light and water, the space appears almost endless, a dark, infinite void. With the watery reflection of the arch creating a full circle, the area within seems portal like, even darker than the surroundings, like a shadow hanging in space as opposed to being cast on a surface. To be able to walk on the reflection, and alter it with the ripples from one’s footsteps is so engaging, so mesmerizing; to be a part of the work in a physical sense. This experience of engaging the viewer’s entire body is what really excites me about working with water and light.

 

 

 

地点: 中国深圳,深圳湾艺术中心
材料: 光、雾、钢
尺寸: 3米 x 6米
展出日期: 2018年12月18日至2019年2月20日

Location: Shenzhen, China
Materials: Light, mist, steel
Size: 3m x 6m
Date: 2018.12.18 – 2019.02.20

 

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