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Crowding and Clandestine—The Researching Painting by Tsai, Pei-Yi
In ancient and modern Chinese and foreign art history, many artists have a close relationship with politics and society. In the history of Taiwanese art, the society after the lifting of martial law in Taiwan has encouraged artists to reflect on the social atmosphere. This has resulted in the expansion of artistic thinking. We understood that art creation is not constrained by any form today. Moreover, the connection between society and artistic creation is also getting closer by day. Under the huge spread of information and technological advancement, the way painting is presented has become more free and diverse. The title of the thesis is “Crowding and Clandestine”. There are two series of creations, "Once Absurd" and "Tragedy of Heroic Rebellion". The point is to explore the psychological impact of interpersonal relationships. Moreover, it also discusses the the various behaviours people trigger in a group society. The execution of creation. The practical part of the creation, the discussion of related works in art history, and the exploration of the expressions of contemporary artists' social issues are also listed I record my past experience, observing oneself and the surroundings as the direction of my work. It then extended its reflection on social issues. In my process of creation, realism and abstraction are coexisting, aiming to give more possibilities to the art.
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