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Sheng-Min Huang | Rhythm on the Shelf of the Era

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The exhibition of Sheng-Min Huang (No.S3) is closed temporarily because of the typhoon. It will be open again next week. Thank you for your understanding.(10/9)


Rhythm On The Shelf of The Era-According to Schelling(1989), he mentioned in the book “The Philosophy of Art” that ‘architecture is frozen music.’, while other people also regard that the form of architecture is a kind of philosophical poem. Both of these statements come to the same result: “how art is the architecture is.”There is no doubt that the concept of architecture is a part of the arts. However, do the unfinished buildings contain the aesthetic sense? To respond the question mentioned, I attempted to discover the answer regarding unique musicality and artistry of unfinished buildings from the process of creating series “Rhythm On The Shelf of The Era” in the construction site. The inspiration inside the series is based on considering the scaffolding and steel bone of architecture as strings and stave and imagining the movement of busy workers as the jumping notes, which can be hoped to reach the aim of mine: let visual art be as elegant as poetry.In order to achieve the goal mentioned, I mixed the concept of rhythm into the sketching part, which should be consist of the perfect geometric form and sense of tune. It is delightful to say that the view of thick and thin lines of steel bars and working labors in the field seems like someone is playing music. On the other hand, the technique of images is presented in high contrast, colored black, and white. I would like to display the world with different surreal horizons by express- ing the danger of hardworking labors in a picture without telling, the audience can imagine freely by themselves.

Venue | Kyoto Station Building 7F East square

Address | Kyoto Station Bld. 7F, 901, Higashishiokoji-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
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Sponsor | KYOTO STATION BUILDING DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD

Organizer | Art Angle Corporation Taiwan

Co-Organizer | KG+

Open | 9/18-10/18 10:00-17:00 Open everyday

Tel | 075-361-4401


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