Gazing Into the Distance, 2017
凝视远方 (2017)
 


Gazing Into the Distance, 2017
Archival pigment Print,
30inch x 20 inch


Gazing Into the Distance, 2017
Archival pigment Print,
30inch x 20 inch

This photography presents a contradictory state of static observation (audience) and dynamic movement (outdoor anchor) at the same time, through project an outdoor live streaming on a hanging projection fabric. The heterogeneous viewing experience provides a space for meditation, promote audiences to rethinking about social mobility and immediacy of technology.

这幅摄影作品通过在悬挂的投影布上投射户外直播,呈现出一种静态观察(观众)与动态运动(户外主播)同时进行的矛盾状态。异质的观看体验提供了一个冥想的空间,促使观众对社会流动性和技术即时性产生思考。


















Mark
Ruiqi Zhang (b.1994, Liaoyang, China) is an artist. He holds an MFA in Kinetic Imaging from Virginia Commonwealth University school of arts. Ruiqi’s practice conveys interests and concerns about digital culture and the complexities of the contemporary moving image narrative. His film and video installation often address the reflection of surrounding themes, sense of humor, and intellectual fragments. 

Works

Monument Emitter (work in progress)
The Burning Tower
Galaxy Equivalent Parallel Object        
The Guide of Surface Reading
Manifesto: Art Downgrade
#KwaiArtistRQ
Chaotic Sigh
Gazing into the Distance 
 

text / CV / Writing 



Mark