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Lu Yang 陸揚

Happy Tree, 2010

Different animals such as fish, newts, shrimp and frog were classified according to their species and put into several glass containers, these animals are all aquatic, Yang uses electric currents of certain frequency to stimulate their movement underwater, as a result they would move according to the rhythm of the frequency altogether. This outer force (electric current) unified the movement and rhythm of animals in different space.12 lines of electric signals were operated in this installation, 11 of them were sent in different containers, the left line output the signals into a sound amplifier which may finally output the sound signals synchronized with the movement of animals. Three surveillance cams were set underneath three containers to capture the real time video, so that the audience can watch the movement in details, videos of different animals “danced” in the same pace.

1984年出生於中國上海,2010年畢業於中國美術學院新媒體系碩士學位,目前生活並工作於北京和上海。陸揚在新媒體藝術領域中備受矚目,她善於利用多種媒介, 包括影像、裝置、動畫、攝影和遊戲等,探索有關生命、宗教及相關形式方面問題的本質。在陸揚的藝術實踐中,生物學、神經學、醫學、宗教等不同領域的元素彼此交融重組,形成了她獨特的視角。此次個展延續了藝術家一直以來創作的概念及元素,遊走於宗教與腦科學的範疇,清晰的構造著她一直以來作品中的重要線索。
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