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Dialogue Between an Artist and His Shadow


Text by Mo Yan

Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to preview each set of Dongfang Tuqin’s new work in his studio, and every time I couldn’t find words to express my overwhelmingly complicated feelings. When I saw his latest series, I’m Not Me, the situation was no different. Without his explanation, I would never guess that he had taken photos of his own shadow with a digital camera, transferred the images in pieces to giant canvases with a net, web and other technical means, then applied oil paint- culminating in innovation akin to what legendary Cang Jie did to invent Chinese characters. No doubt the work would be classified as a hybrid or assembled art, but the combination of many elements is one specific feature of modern art. This kind of amalgamation creates novel and unprecedented visual impact- it is not simply assembly or a montage, but an organic fusion under the guidance of certain clear philosophical ideas. Once they merge, they become a single piece of art with an individual life.

Dongfang’s “graffiti” was never as simple as random smears. The work was born of thorough contemplation, though improvisational elements are still injected into his creat......

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