1974 · China
1974 Born in Chongqing, China Now Teaches in Fine art Department, College of Art, Guizhou University
Different with other abstract paintings, every piece of Wang Jun’s new works is based on something figurative, such as a freely captured scenery picture, a personal letter, even sentences from a work report. Through long-term drawing, painting, covering, rebuilding over and over again, it finally turns into a kind of visual rhythm which is abstract but visible and pure. This rhythm comes from the process of “flashback” between visual identification and destruction. The remains and ashes of a totally destroyed picture become the final image, which record the process that he seeks for image’s visual border, and finally develop into physical evidence of reserving image primitives within minimum limit.
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