霓裳系列——吴洪亮

霓裳系列

作者:吴洪亮

       《霓裳系列》的创作,跟潘松的身份有直接关系,他在北京服装学院任教,毕业于当年的中央工艺美院,潘松从他周边的专业性的素养环境得到启发来完成。那么以这种时尚来作为雕塑主题直接切入的中国雕塑家还没有,他是第一个以这个为主题来做系列作品的。从创做手法上,有一定的丰富性,例如有大漆的,因为漆这种材料本身华丽的感觉与时尚拥有天生的逻辑关系;然后铸铜的这部分呢,本身他选取的颜色有绿色,还有金色、银色,绚烂的,有装饰性的。还有铸铁的,选用材料的矛盾感,用这种粗糙的感觉对应女性的柔美,潘松都在做探讨和实践。包括他做的那个大漆的作品中,丰富的材料运用,比如说蛋壳,一下会使人想到威尼斯的狂欢节,假面的戏剧性。

        The creation of “Ni Shang” or “Rainbow Fashion Series” is interwoven with Pan Song’s life ---- graduated from Central Academy of Craft Art (now The Academy of Arts & Design of Tsinghua University), teaching in Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, Pan Song has been nourished and inspired by the professional surroundings. He takes the initiative and adopts “fashion” as the topic to create sculpture artworks, which is rare in China. The techniques he adopted are also enriched: lacquer is brought in as its flamboyance naturally suggests fashion; various colors appear in the bronze series, green, gold and silver, splendid and decorative.

        And how to use the rough and tough cast iron to suggest the seemingly contradictory feminine softness, is what Pan Song has been exploring and studying. Abundant materials are integrated well into his lacquer artworks; eggshell, for instance, may well remind you of the Carnival in Venice, and of the dramatic aspects of masks.

        把流行性文化介入雕塑系统,其实是把流行性文化经典化的过程,这个过程潘松找到了一个切入点。时尚的语言和雕塑的关系,用一种艺术语言进行链接和探讨。服装还是属于设计,设计是服务于人的,而艺术本身不是简单服务性的,是提升人的一种精神,他现在是把它们从时尚,设计的概念里头转化成纯艺术的过程,从这个过程里找到他自己的一种解读方式。

        The integration of fashionable elements into sculpture is in reality a process of transforming fashionable culture into classic one, for which Pan Song has made a breakthrough. The dialogue between fashion and sculpture is made through an art language. Clothes go inseparably with design which is human-oriented, while art in itself is not necessarily human-oriented but a spirit to promote and advance human. Seeking for a concept transformation of fashion, design into pure art, Pan Song possesses his unique way of interpretation.

作者系北京画院美术馆馆长 

Wu Hongliang, Director of Art Museum of Beijing Fine Art Academy

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