Haozhe Li: Ink Fall




 
  • ©2015, Haozhe Li, Ink Fall

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    Ink Fall

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    2015

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    Ink Fall is an interactive installation using digital techniques to make ancient Chinese paintings come alive. The inspiration for the work reaches back to 3000 years ago, when Chinese artists first began creating Shanshui ink paintings. The emphasis in traditional Chinese ink paintings is on atmosphere, specifically the fluid atmosphere of moving water. The ancient artists’ representation was limited by traditional techniques; once painted, the ink would not move. Viewers could only imagine the movement being depicted. Ink Fall experiments with bringing the concept of fluidity to a new reality through modern digital techniques, allowing viewers to perceive atmospheric changes over time.


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