One afternoon two years ago, I picked up a landscape painting by the trash can on the way home from... Read More
One afternoon two years ago, I picked up a landscape painting by the trash can on the way home from the studio. It hung quietly in my bedroom for a long time.
Until recently, I was inspired by some concepts in Arthur C. Danto's book "After the End of Art", and tried to express these concepts in my artistic creations.
I decided to recreate this landscape painting. The intention of doing so is to use the fragmented information of the news documentary pictures to eliminate the "purity and narrative nature of modern painting" in the landscape painting; and use the combination of image and text, Make it always maintain the relationship with the current society and culture.
Another point is that I try to learn from the way of viewing photography in my paintings, and explore the fragmented presentation of contemporary information through the depiction and recombination of some of the insignificant details of photography.