Wen-Chih Wang creates ephemeral works from bamboo, whose flexibility and robustness he has learned to exploit, as well as its graphic qualities.
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|Number of pages||112|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||300 x 260|
Created mainly in Asia, his installations are halfway between paintings and garden Art But, also between architecture and sculpture. They offer changing points of view on the environment which surprise the spectator by soliciting his participation.
Just as the traditional Chinese painter does not establish a mimetic relationship with the motif of the mountain but restores the state of mind in which he was when he was walking there, which Wen-Chih Wang expresses, his own relationship to the site. In his work, nothing is closed, everything is only circulation and flux. More than an object, the work is a place, a living space where a special relationship is played out between the visitor and his environment.
Wen-Chih Wang designs facilities with free access, open to all and to all interpretations. In his intuitive approach, where he seeks only to suggest, to evoke, to raise awareness, space takes precedence over material. No demonstration is at stake. He is directly inspired by the life of his peasant ancestors and that of his father, a stonecutter. His work is a tribute to the activities, gestures and life of these men and women who knew how to establish a harmonious relationship with nature. And he defines himself as “a craftsman who puts what he knows how to do in contemporary art”.
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