UALCSSA 伦敦艺术大学中国学联

2018 当下展
-Lies-
谎言
UALCSSA年度展览。
不知道,在你的目前的人生中经历过了多少的谎言呢?

是你说的?还是听的?

我们或许有意无意的排斥谎言,但却被迫或自愿的生活在充满谎言的世界里
你还在接受这个环境吗?还是已经适应了?

有没有想过把谎言具象化呢?
说到谎言,你会联接到什么事物上呢?

4月16日起到4月20日

开始,我们将举办2018当下展-谎言,欢迎走进谎言的世界

参展艺术家介绍

Jiaman Li(China)
Wimbledon College of Arts,MA painting
Telephone: 07594741036

I am studying MA painting at University of the Arts London and Sichuan Normal university. I want to dream with painting, because Vincent van Gogh said,‘I dream of painting, I painted with my dream. ’ I want to use a paintbrush to record what I want to capture.
  1. Torrents Of Spring (2)
  2. ‘The Torrents of Spring’ (2017) m
Wangbo (China)
Camberwell College of Arts, drawing
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 07709187981

Wang Bo (b.1994) is a young artist pursuing in BA Drawing at Camberwell College of The Arts, London. In 2014, he enrolled in Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) in Singapore and specialising in painting. During the time he received academic, professional training in a wide array of artistic media. In order to explore the possibilities of drawing and painting, he then move on to BA drawing at Camberwell College of The Arts in United Kingdom to explore different ways of drawing, as well as how lines, marks or forms can be coalesced into installation and space.
Diversity of works can be seen in Wang's practice- drawing, painting, installation, sculpture, printmaking and performance. His most current art practices tend to focus on experimenting and exploring towards relating to materiality and possibilities of transparent objects.
Wang has participated in several exhibitions. In 2014, he had his first solo exhibition in China. During his time in Singapore, his artworks have exhibited twice at Nanyang Academic of Fine Arts. In 2017, in his first term at Camberwell College of The Arts, he had an opportunity to display works in a space away from the studio along with course mates, his installation was exhibited at Hotel Elephant, London, United Kingdom.
  1. ‘Untitled’ (2018)
 Jun Yang (China)

Invisible Cities’ (2018)
Documentary Photography, Prints


Chelsea College of Arts MA Fine Arts
Telephone:07928705357
 
艺术,科学,哲学,心理学,甚至医学曾有一个学科间没有太多隔阂的融合年代。在现代社会中,所有学科包括艺术都出现了一个包含很多分类的光谱。新的和旧的有所区分,好的坏的有人来鉴别。事物的发展规律就是在开始的阶段所谓“分别”越来越多,但最终趋向于融合。
 
我说的理论并不重要,单个理论从来都不要重要,嘴鸥重要的是理论的集合,核心的不存在的存在。
通过“艺术”中的所有形式,包括虚拟现实,绘画,音乐,和摄影,装置,雕塑,我试图达到一种融合,一种在发展早期,中期,末期都能一致但不同的融合。
 
  
  1. ‘Invisible Cities’ (2018)
  
Eva He (China)
BA sculpture

Perception Cube’ (2017)
Plastic, 7 x 10 x 17.5 cm


Emaile:[email protected]
Telephone: 07563083785
 
As a Fine Art student brought up in Shanghai, spending a year studying BA Animation (minor in Visual Study) in San Francisco and now studying BA Sculpture in London, I have gradually come to realize how different cultural experiences have influenced me and so my work.

My practice goes beyond the subject Sculpture and includes a range of mediums, mainly installation, painting and sound-editing. My installations mostly concern issues surrounding the ethical social living conditions of individuals, for example the over-gendered society or the media-destructed independent mindset. In contrast, my paintings, in the legacies of impressionism and expressionism, communicate intimate messages by presenting emotionally-charged private spaces.
  
Yang Xu  (China)

Self-Portrait As Lady Marshmallow’ (2018)
Ink on Velvet, 125 x 100 cm


Wimbledon College of Arts Painting Year 3
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 07922818651


As a part of my performative practice, I do make-up and I dress up. My interest is in the documentation of everyday life using myself as the model to create works that explore questions such: “Who am I?” and “What am I?”; “What is the mask” and “what is the ‘true self’”.

I select fabric to print on for my images, I like the fact velvet is soft, wavy, feminine, touchable, but as a painting on the wall, the image has been created a ‘taboo’. Which is staged. So the fabric is another layer of mask on the photograph. This is the lie to tell you the truth.

  
Yili Liu(China)

‘Catching the Wind‘ (2017)
Hand sewed Net, Fan, Wood
  
Chelsea College of Arts
Telephone: 07473606056
  
  
Mingjin Yu (China)

‘Rowing in the Desert’ (2017)
Performance Project
in Video Documentation


​Human rowing the boat in the sea is for survive and to be
exist in the world
The boot made by artist has been crossed through over
thousands of miles, from London to the Sahara Desert.

  
Qiheng Chen (China)

O’brien’ (2018)
Film, MP3 Player


Chelsea College of Arts, BA Fine Arts
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 07874326768


In <1984>, it mentions that the party is trying to surround people's consciousness of existence in a mental state of 'fear, hatred, anxiety and loneliness', and what I am interested in is what is common in people living in contemporary society with a similar deformity. Unlike the social model represented in <1984>, the society in which we live has no Big Brother posters and no Telescreen. We live in an environment that, more like as what Aldous Huxley said, the ruling class is using less brutal force and mind control to keep people in line. And what I am interested in is the invisible ideological manipulation that is embedded in the urban space.

The theme of the exhibition is 'lies'. The book written by O'brien in the novel is representing in my work as a speech performed by the MP3 player , having us to reconsider the potential constraint as those from history. 

In the novel exists as a ‘trap’ in order to arrest the thoughtcrimes. Images are selected from Colin O'brien who documenting London city life since 1950 which was the same time when the novel was published. Re-capturing the imagesthoughfilmcamera,thedepictedsubjects‘lie’for being the result of the current history.
The coordination of images and language seems to contrast the relationship between the present and the past.
  
  

  
Ming Lu (China)

‘Lipstick Love’ (2017)
Performance-video Record 

London College of Communication
Email: [email protected] com
Telephone: 07455988153


Ming Lu is a multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in London
Her recent works assess how everyday objects that are oftehn associated with women
such as cosmetics— are built around the body as icons for metaphor. As she elaborates; “As I transform the objects into metaphors of female bodies. I sometimes give the body parts a utilitarian function.
  
  Maoqing Ye (China)

‘How Far Can We Trust in People’s Words’ (2017)
Video, 2’30’

Wimbledon College of Arts, Fine art PTBM
Email: [email protected]
Telephone:07490407133


A Chinese female who studying art in London, trying to explore and discuss relationship through art. A follower of Christ.
  
  

Zou Fong (China)

‘Exploration of the Cosmic Soul’ (2018)
Acrylic and Oil on Canvas, 46 x 60.5cm

Camberwell College of Arts BA Drawing
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 07405731171


My name is Zoy Fong and I’m a first year student from Camberwell BA Drawing. Within the space of a square frame. I try to build a world that is undeniably separate from the one we live in. What fascinate me the most is the ability to create a environment that can pull viewers out of a logical and common world, and place then within a space that is more alive.

I hope that the viewers will forget that they are looking at a painting and instead see an alternate reality, one that mixes painterly qualities with surrealism and fantasy.


  
Congcong Wu (China)

‘Untitled’ (2018)
Animation


Chelsea College of Arts, BA Fine art Year1
Email:[email protected]
Telephone: 07548042043


Congcong is a young artist who is capable of achieving creative and innovative designs with passion and enthusiasm. Her artworks have utilised many different forms of media ranging in ink, paint, print, ceramics, installation and digital media. She is interested in cosmology, dimensions, humanity and exploring under-regarded and under-represented aspects of everyday life.
  
  
Jun Xu (New Zealand)     

‘The Hugs’ (2018)
Mannequin, Gesso, Fabric
Video Projection. Approx.10 min


Wimbledon College of Arts BA Fine Art Sculpture Year 2
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 07880968710

As an artist Jun Xu explores questions she always have doubts about. From archiving data she collected and analyzing them,  she extracts the glimpse of truth in between all the masks created by the media and mind. 

  
 Zhixuan Feng (China)

Only the simulacrum is true’ (2018)
Digital Print

RCA-SCULPTURE
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 07754886201

Zhixuan Feng is a Chinese sculptor based in China and the UK. Grounding in public art and sculpture has shaped his practice to examine the relationship between space and materiality of objects, as well as the processes emphasize the possibility of artwork making and design extraordinary patterns to make artwork.
  

  
Feitong Ye (China)

‘Listening · Understanding · Speaking’ (2017)
Ceramic, 10 x 10 x 1cm

Central Saint Martins BA Ceramic Design
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 07474712585


I come from Shenzhen, a coastal city in south of China.
I studied arts and design during my high school in York.
Currently I am studying Ceramic Design in University of Arts London, Central Saint Martins. And I am in the second year.
I have been tried plenty of different material and design, including fashion, textile, illustration, ceramic and extra.
Finally, I chose ceramic design for my university studying. I like ceramic design because of the specialty of ceramic. Ceramic could be product or industry design, used for people’s daily life, provide functional convenience and help; but it could be fine arts as well, it can enrich people's spiritual life, a use for viewing and aesthetic purposes.
  
  
Fei Li (China)

‘Landscape in the Vessel’ (2016)
Video


Central Saint Martins Fine Art
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 07513637610

I am interested in structures, rules, and disciplines. this kind of structure could be a method of using commodities. i usually choose readymade as my language to create sculpture,installation, video, or sound, which depend on what a kind of this readymade is.
  
  
Tianer Ding (China)

‘Faceful’ (2018)
Poly FIlm and Acetate, 42 × 59.4cm x 8

Central Saint Martins
MA Art and Science
Email:[email protected]
Telephone: 07410208838

‘Poetry’ presents in form of ‘veil’, directly
reflecting the cultural diversity. It looks like
lies had been covered in front of us, raising
questions and respond from audience towards
the difference of nationailty and the backgorund image.