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Xie Molin (謝墨凜)

Die n2


60 cm (h) x 80 cm (l)

Acrylic on wood

Xie Molin uses computers and machines as creative tools to contemplate the possibilities of painting, a painting method artists chose in the age of technology. Distancing himself from figurative modes of expression, Xie employs a triaxial linkage painting machine he invented in combination with his process of workmanlike, meticulous, manual operation. With precise control, the artist attains a certain feeling of stability through a sense of order and perfect control. For the artist, the significance of “painting machines” as an extension of the painter’s two hands is clearly even more important. (Source: Beijing Commune Gallery)





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