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Yu Aijun
Through working on the front of a canvas, with an acrylic painted image on its back, Yu Aijun presses the back image of the canvas onto a new piece of blank paper, which creates a method of indirect painting. By using the rubbing technique, the painting process looks like a Shamans performance. He is obsessed with this performance-like and intensive labored painting process. In order to achieve the uncertainty, he applies loosing strokes on the canvas, and transfers the back painting into a new image on the paper.





Vague Shadow
Oil on paper, ink and wax (161 x 247 cm) (2013)


Treetop
Oil on paper, ink and wax (103 x 134 cm) (2014)


Unnamed Pillar
Oil on paper, ink and wax (160 x 240 cm) (2014)

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