Midnight Animals

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    20211218日 -  20211229
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    这次艺术家吴卓霖(Chakurin.GO)的个人展览主要分为和《Midnight Animals午夜动物们》2个部分。她一直以城市观察者的身份进行艺术创作,纷繁忙碌的都市背景下寂寥的男女,我们站在窗外,或躲在远处的某个角落,成为这场孤独的窥视者。

    《Mr.POPCHA胖查先生》是艺术家对阿道司 赫胥黎(Aldous Leonard Huxley)于1932年发表的反乌托邦式科幻小说《美丽新世界Brave New World》的个人反思,胖查是艺术家根据现实人物原型建构的虚拟角色,他嗜吃成瘾,一切再加工的膨化零食和碳酸糖水都像毒品一样让他上瘾,他躲在家里,拒绝与真实世界接触。吃着零食,躲在屏幕的背后窥看世界,他不知道,也并不在乎,屏幕那头的真相到底是什么样子的,他只想看一些看着“有趣”的新闻。在当今这个被娱乐充斥的时代,我们被欲望蒙蔽,被感官统治、控制。人们一起沉沦,并甘于沉沦。

    《Midnight Animals午夜动物们》则是艺术家对午夜时分的东京的观察创作,午夜的东京是年轻成年人世界,在打烊的商业街店铺外借着自动贩卖机昏暗灯光练习滑板的青年,站在便利店门口吃着方便面充饥的刚下班的社畜,在写字楼下转角咖啡店等一杯手冲咖啡的男人。他们行色匆匆,各自做着自己事情,奔赴各自的目的地,夜色如同一只温柔的巨兽,在人们看不见的地方,默默注视着。

    Chakurin.Go's solo exhibition has two parts: POPCHA and Midnight Animals. Go take the approach as an urban observer in her artwork. In this busy city, the lonely men and women, just like us, standing outside of the window, or hiding in a corner from a distance, become the Peeping Tom of the loneliness.

    Mr. POPCHA is a self-reflection for the book - Brave New World (1932) - by Aldous Huxley. POPCHA is a fictional character constructed based on a real person. He is addicted to food, especially for all the reprocessed puffed snacks and carbonated sugar water. He hides at his own home, refuses to socialise with the real world, Eating snacks, peeping at the world behind the screen, he didn't know, he didn't care, what the truth was on the other side of the screen (the real world), He is only interested in some "ínteresting" news. In an era full of entertainment, we are blinded by desire, ruled and controlled by our senses. Everyone is lost in it and willing to get lost together.

    Midnight Animal is based on an observation of night in Tokyo by the artist. The night of Tokyo is full of young generations, some skater boys practicing skateboarding with the dim lights of vending machines outside the closed commercial street shops, a hungry worker sucking cup noodles after just finishing work at midnight, a lonely man waiting for a cup of filter coffee at the corner shop downstairs of the office building. They all walked in a hurry, doing their own things, rushing towards their own destinations, the night is like a gentle monster, watching silently where people cannot see.

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