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〈Flying Block〉

潘顯仁 Pan, Hsien-Jen

2019,壓克力畫,123x123x5cm 潘顯仁將繪畫視為處理平面的過程,creator在畫布的表面,留下自己動作、思考、情緒的痕跡。透過簡單、規律的抽象幾何,可以擺脫敘事的干擾而自成系統,使作品轉為純粹的媒介物,進而引動觀眾內在複雜的經驗。作品「Flying Block」是由四件小方形作品組成的大方形作品,運用極簡的黑白色調,以及抽象的概念呈現創作。畫面四周留白,中心以傾斜的幾何梯形為視覺焦點,由外緣到中心、由大到小、由淺到深,在不斷疊加幾何形邊框的過程,將規律的平面線條,轉化成帶有立體效果的畫面,隨著觀者眼睛的調節忽凸忽凹,角度、方位各異的四邊角,在十字中心平穩的畫片中,造成細膩動態的視覺移走。 Pan Hsien-Jen treats painting as dealing with planes, a process where an art creator leaves the traces of his/her motions, thoughts, and emotions on the surface of a canvas. Simple and regular abstract geometry breaks away from the interference of narratives to become a self-contained system, where artworks are purely a vehicle to stimulate complex experiences within their audience. Pan’s Flying Block is a large piece of square comprising four smaller pieces created by abstraction, using the minimalist coloring of black and white. With the sides of the artwork left blank, the slanted geometric shape in the center-a trapezoid-becomes the visual focus. The trapezoid (composed of numerous layers of trapezoids) is made visually three dimensional as the two-dimensional, regularly-appearing lines of geometric borders are endlessly added in light-to-dark gradation, from the borders to the center, and in sizes from large to small.