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Ruohan Yang’s Exhibition ‘Spectrum Beyond Silent Wall’ 2021

‘Spectrum Beyond Silent Wall’ exhibits Ruohan Yang’s 8 digital artworks, which is trying to explore the aesthetics of geometry, omniscience in human history, uncertainty in cosmology and future technology. Her experimental animation contains exploration of perfection and imperfection, information and materials, digital landscape and ground art, artificial architecture, digital human as well as the relation between multi-universe and virtual reality which humans have created.

 

 

Artist Statement ©Ruohan:

‘My art is concerned with a wide range of subjects of consciousness and super reality, feeling of time and space, as well as a realization of interactive between human himself and his environment. The work is trying to explore the aesthetics of geometry, omniscience in human history, uncertainty in cosmology and future technology. My experimental animation contains exploration of perfection and imperfection, information and materials, digital landscape and ground art, artificial architecture, digital humanas well as the relation between multi-universe and virtual reality which humans have created.’

 

 

SHORT FILM: HYDRA 2020

ARTIST/DIRECTOR/PRODUCER:RUOHAN YANG

Script © Ruohan:

While someone has told, that it is necessary to distinguish reality and dream. But who can really tell that they are not living in reality while towards a dream. Every time I wake up, I saw the monsters all around in this city, beggars crawl on the wet ground, and I smell the raw meat mixed with dust in the air. I used to wandering on the street like a wild cat. Then he showed up. He saved me, promise to take me to a better place. And put me into a hell again.

Sometimes, I just wondering all the things just like a dream. Because The world was always dawn. Even the beautiful scene, but no one is there. Like screaming in a vacuum and no one could hear. I start to miss that smell of dust, and the girl who is used to born in a slum. After all, we just a two dimentional projection in a third dimentional universe.

 

 

 

 

Group Exhibitions:

2019: Borderland, the train to macondo (collected by NUA museum), The second Jiangsu Province Youth Art Exhibition, Jiangsu Provincial Art Gallery, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China.

2017: Initial life, photography, vivid project/digital festival, Birmingham, UK.

 

 

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