The artist likes to use what he considers an essential “language” to describe his conception of an object. It is essential in that he affixs his glass cuttings to a medium as a means of returning that medium to its original state; for him, essential refers to one’s “intuitive perception” of the fundamental nature of an object, a way of revealing the concealed essence of an object that is hidden within its natural structure and found only in its most primitive state. Once revealed, it achieves a uniform structural form that is pure and complete; essence embodies material language.
艺术家简介 About The Artist
Xiaoshu Luo was graduated from Shanghai University, School of Fine arts, majoring in Art design, specifically studying glass art. After graduating from the university, he worked as a glass studio teacher in Shanghai University, School of Fine arts. In his point of view, pureness, it has no concrete feature, no graphic symbol, neither symbolic sign. Pureness is a way to peel off all the appendants attached to the object in order to restore to its pure essence. Pureness is the “intuitive perception” of the essence of things, and it is presented as the original form to reveal the essence hidden under the natural structure, while the form in the unified structure is simple and complete. Pureness, it also contains pure material language.