Whereto

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CP Projects Space presents "Whereto," curated by MA Curatorial Practice fellow Lux Yuting Bai. The exhibition features the latest work of Huiqi He, an artist and MFA Art Practice student who employs classical ink painting techniques to construct contemporary narratives.Whereto reimagines the Chinese ink-and-wash tradition with a contemporary sense of space. Each piece represents an experimental, autonomous place in itself: a labyrinthine allegorical map; a cube of cubes repeating reflection; an abstract ink stream carrying layers of explicit and implicit messages. The exhibition, enveloping them all, aims to establish an intricate nexus of spatial relations.Ink embodies the artist’s dialectical aesthetics. It flows in and out of paper, creating positive and negative spaces in one single movement. With their myriad changes and ambiguities, the artist’s enigmatic strokes force viewers to devise their own meanings. "Whereto" is a game of light and shadow, body and space, the real and the imaginary.Huiqi He was born in 1994 in Changsha, China. She studied traditional Chinese painting at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. She currently lives and works in New York.CP Projects Space presents "Whereto," curated by MA Curatorial Practice fellow Lux Yuting Bai. The exhibition features the latest work of Huiqi He, an artist and MFA Art Practice student who employs classical ink painting techniques to construct contemporary narratives.Whereto reimagines the Chinese ink-and-wash tradition with a contemporary sense of space. Each piece represents an experimental, autonomous place in itself: a labyrinthine allegorical map; a cube of cubes repeating reflection; an abstract ink stream carrying layers of explicit and implicit messages. The exhibition, enveloping them all, aims to establish an intricate nexus of spatial relations.Ink embodies the artist’s dialectical aesthetics. It flows in and out of paper, creating positive and negative spaces in one single movement. With their myriad changes and ambiguities, the artist’s enigmatic strokes force viewers to devise their own meanings. "Whereto" is a game of light and shadow, body and space, the real and the imaginary.Huiqi He was born in 1994 in Changsha, China. She studied traditional Chinese painting at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. She currently lives and works in New York.

School of Visual Arts - SVA
209 East 23 Street
l 800.436. New York
United states
800.436.4204
http://www.sva.edu/events/events-exhibitions/whereto

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Whereto School of Visual Arts - SVA Main address: School of Visual Arts - SVA 209 East 23 Street l 800.436. New York, United states School of Visual Arts - SVA 209 East 23 Street l 800.436. New York, United states CP Projects Space presents "Whereto," curated by MA Curatorial Practice fellow Lux Yuting Bai. The exhibition features the latest work of Huiqi He, an artist and MFA Art Practice student who employs classical ink painting techniques to construct contemporary narratives.Whereto reimagines the Chinese ink-and-wash tradition with a contemporary sense of space. Each piece represents an experimental, autonomous place in itself: a labyrinthine allegorical map; a cube of cubes repeating reflection; an abstract ink stream carrying layers of explicit and implicit messages. The exhibition, enveloping them all, aims to establish an intricate nexus of spatial relations.Ink embodies the artist’s dialectical aesthetics. It flows in and out of paper, creating positive and negative spaces in one single movement. With their myriad changes and ambiguities, the artist’s enigmatic strokes force viewers to devise their own meanings. "Whereto" is a game of light and shadow, body and space, the real and the imaginary.Huiqi He was born in 1994 in Changsha, China. She studied traditional Chinese painting at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. She currently lives and works in New York.CP Projects Space presents "Whereto," curated by MA Curatorial Practice fellow Lux Yuting Bai. The exhibition features the latest work of Huiqi He, an artist and MFA Art Practice student who employs classical ink painting techniques to construct contemporary narratives.Whereto reimagines the Chinese ink-and-wash tradition with a contemporary sense of space. Each piece represents an experimental, autonomous place in itself: a labyrinthine allegorical map; a cube of cubes repeating reflection; an abstract ink stream carrying layers of explicit and implicit messages. The exhibition, enveloping them all, aims to establish an intricate nexus of spatial relations.Ink embodies the artist’s dialectical aesthetics. It flows in and out of paper, creating positive and negative spaces in one single movement. With their myriad changes and ambiguities, the artist’s enigmatic strokes force viewers to devise their own meanings. "Whereto" is a game of light and shadow, body and space, the real and the imaginary.Huiqi He was born in 1994 in Changsha, China. She studied traditional Chinese painting at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. She currently lives and works in New York. Book tickets