RED·MOON团队 / 黄冰洁(小Moon)、黄佳茜、山下RED·MOON Team / Huang Bingjie(Moon)、Huang Jiaqian、Shan Xia
"In Xiang Shuai's works, the bright colors flow naturally, and the blurring of the figures' faces gives the works an ambiguous atmosphere. It makes people feel that the creator's current thinking pattern and will cannot be clearly defined at the completion of the picture. When the natural faith merges with the present self, it presents a chaotic goodness and a primitive fervor. A young life moves forward non-stop, as if it is always in the midst of fire, becoming a new life with each passing moment. It is birthed in the midst of burning, constantly rejecting and reborn. What he depicts is the ashes scattered behind him in this process, a cut of absolute chaos. Peeling away from space-time and rushing ahead of the flow of time, it becomes an absolute subject detached from concrete events. Yin Chen's brush strokes are handled in a looser form, carefully outlining and drawing gentle blocks of color, yet with occasional obvious brush strokes brushing quickly over them. This lightness in the birth of heavy, so simple and loose but just the right way, so that the picture permeates a sense of life like rhythm. Each brush stroke reveals a restrained and restrained force, revealing an open and unbridled rationality, fast but firm, steady but sharp. In the empty field of events, all traces of subjective actions caused by the subject are hidden, just like the state of time flow itself.And Yuxiong's way of creation seems to be an extension of the previous two artists. Every fine detail in the picture is treated with hidden edges and soft color block transitions. With a delicate and calm narrative, he re-stirs and fuses the fragments that have occurred with the resin of time, sealing them intact. Each section presented is a "memory" image in our minds at the moment. Even though the human mind is confused and the currents of memory are turbulent, Yuzhang, in his most innocent, naive and even rotten attitude, gently takes out the results of the events that eventually float to the surface.When the subject acts and produces a state, the event will be presented. But life has no beginning and no end, and the so-called "memories" are just thoughts that are generated by the nerves of the brain in the present moment, thinking that they are permanently sealed, but in fact they fly away for a moment. We do not really touch the past or the future, it is just a conceptual illusion created by human beings to avoid forcing our souls to face absolute isolation. When the process is complete, all that this event contains becomes a thing of the past. We have only the present moment, and every moment of the present dissipates into nothingness."