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Miao Xiaochun

Xiaochun Miao

Miao Xiaochun

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Published by DuMont in Köln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Digital art,
  • Artistic Photography,
  • Chinese Art

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Uta Grosenick & Alexander Ochs ; with text contributions by Gregor Jansen, Wu Hung, Siegfried Zielinski
    ContributionsGrosenick, Uta, Ochs, Alexander, 1954-, Jansen, Gregor, 1965-, Wu Hung, 1945-, Zielinski, Siegfried
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN7349.M54 A4 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination196 p. :
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25219442M
    ISBN 103832192859
    ISBN 109783832192853
    LC Control Number2010451556
    OCLC/WorldCa498939047

    In the middle ages, all artworks are about the Bible, Jesus Christ etc. But I remembered that when I was doing a three-dimensional work based on this, I felt very happy, without any sense of burden. In a picture, the content violence is separated from the agent violence. From this point of view, this image can be used to replace Eve and reflect the thoughts of modern people. At the early days, you did not photograph pure real objective targets.

    There are images in the work. On the one hand, it seems perfectly reasonable that the works show how one figure moves over time to create an appearance of a collective of figures. In Gyro Dance, Miao Xiaochun carries out his own treatment of this issue where men and machine became the co-creator of the world: as a duo, they utilise an arbitrary vector as the fundamental building block of Miao Xiaochun's world. Perhaps sometimes I am not so patient, I want to do it quickly.

    What I want to reflect is the soul of the work. The most famous hand scroll in history is obviously Qingming Festival Along the River. It also allows the artist to devote his time to the conceptual development of his extensive projects. Huang: A-huh Then I can use one side panel to establish a spatial relation between several scenes. The viewer can look into the lives of ordinary Beijing residents, a huge communal narrative from a vast city. What I want to say is that I may not have to understand them all.


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Miao Xiaochun

The future painted and programed by Miao Xiaochun might still show a glimpse of humanism in this inevitable process. Of course there will be similar art features.

In a gallery space the work demands a closer viewing in order to scan the detail, especially the disengaged faces, or to walk past the work taking in the scene in a similar way to the viewing of a traditional panoramic scroll. I prefer to make photography like painting, because pure photography can only represent a fragment of events, for they are just pieces of the real world.

It is almost the same time. He has been called "China's most able technocrat" and is the only highly ranked Chinese politician to have been published in a Western academic journal. The frog can never go up to the sky because it will freeze, starve and burn to death.

Miao Xiaochun chose Beethoven instead of a more strictly ordered composer to provide the background for his video work Gyro Dance. The series of Microcosm shown in this exhibition is also made by three-dimensional software. Miao Xiaochun book just as you have mentioned before, there are also subjective factors.

Because modern urbanization involves many political, social and cultural uncertainties frictions, conflicts and eventsyou recorded these urban changes in your photos. Why did you use your own image as a target to be transplanted into your pictures or animations?

I was working at that time on a project called A visitor from the past. Is the future of art embraced by technology only bleak and bloodless? Because when you look at these things from a far away location, many things become unimportant and minimal.

Painting can start from internal feelings, but photography can only be started from reality. In addition, he might not be used to changing the instant feeling of photography to put different times in a picture. What makes this artwork worth viewing and thinking after it is surpassed by other artworks in terms of technology?

In your works, do you have such interpretations of violence? After graduation, I spent some years painting. But here, it appears to be a screen, yet its function is no longer a screen.

I also spent a relatively long time doing photographs, from the time I was in Germany to now. The mobile phone is the perfect symbol for aspiring middle class of China. I try my best to accurately reflect all details in the real world. In toto, it is a mighty undertaking and it is amazing how effortlessly the most varied objects of artistic, architectural, and design reference are combined in the almost minute 3-D animation.

We even see Evian spring water several times in the video. Then this event is magnified by many times, forcing countless people — related or unrelated — to face this event together. The ends of the frame join to complete the view.A Designer's Decade of Contemporary Art in China: The Book Designs of He Hao, A Designer's Decade of Contemporary Art in China.

Book Description: Almost a Hundred Design Projects: Ai Weiwei, Xu Bing, Araki Nobuyoshi, Lin Tianmiao, Wang Gongxin, RongRong & inri, Liu Zheng, Yue Minjun, Miao Xiaochun, Xu Weixin, Zhang Dali, Yang. Miao Xiaochun: The Last Judgment in Cyberspace. [Wu Hung] on atlasbowling.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying atlasbowling.com: Wu Hung.

Miao Xiaochun was born in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province. InXiaochun graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing (CAFA), where he currently teaches. He works in a variety of media ranging from photography to digital art.

Miao Xiaochun: Published by DuMont. Edited by Uta Grosenick, Alexander Ochs. Text by Siegfried Zielinski, Gregor Jansen.

Miao Xiaochun (born ) is best known for his large-scale panoramic photographs--digital assemblies of modern Chinese cities and time-honored monuments. Book Collage Design/decorative art Drawing Fashion Design/Wearable art Installation Mixed Media Painting Performance art Photography Poster Print Textile Arts Video/Film/Animation.

Chinese digital artist Miao Xiaochun’s “Echo” at Galerie Paris

Works for sale Art Guide News. Explore. Miao Xiaochun. Available Artworks 4; Any Questions? We are Here to Help. Miao Xiaochun’s “Gyro Dance” series is a high-energy feast for the mind as much as for the senses – it is a futuristic manifestation which raises timeless questions, especially at a time when the sheer amount of sensory amazement often prevents works with depth to be made and accepted in this young field.