水火之歌 A Song of Water & Fire
劉國松的水拓畫 vs. 薛松的焚燒拼貼
Painting with water and fire, in both historical and modern times, is a challenge in media. The founder of the Fifth’s Moon Painting Group, Liu Kuo-sung, who advocated “revolution against the brush,” began experimenting with the technique of “Water-Rubbing” since the 1970s.
The origin of Xue Song’s brunt collage is quite dramatic. Having had two fires break out in his studio in the 90s, a distressed Xue found inspiration from ashes left by the destruction. The nature of fire is to consume and destroy, fueling both fear and a strange satisfaction. In turn, the process of destruction and reconstruction, and symbolic death and rebirth, creates a new artistic vocabulary.
2019.01.19 (週六 Sat.) – 01.21 (週一 Mon.)
花博公園爭艷館A4展位 – 台北市中山區玉門街一號
Booth A4, Expo Dome, Taipei Expo Park – No. 1, Yumen St., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei.