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Zheng Chongbin's works of ink-and acrylic-on-paper marry the Chinese calligraphic tradition and Western abstraction. Layering ink of various consistencies onto xuan paper, Zheng creates a variety of dynamic forms that reconfigure the space and composition of Chinese painting. “My intention,” says Zheng, “is to investigate the logic of the ink medium and its perceptual characteristics, the alternation between transcendence and the materiality of the work.” In Two Translucent Triangles the artist plays with the geometries and textures; the edges and undefined spaces interact and oppose each other evoking new understandings of space.