Jiang Pengyi’s solo exhibition, Intimacy, features 26 photography artworks, 21 of which are unique work on Polaroid and 5 on archival inkjet print.
Jiang Pengyi creates surreal, illusory yet delicate images mostly on film. Known for his relentless experimentation and exploration on light with time, space and various medium, he is named The
Explorer of Light by Gu Zheng, one of China’s the most influential photography theorists and art critic. His exhibiting series ‘Intimacy’ capture reflections of light, in which he produces them
through the use of the florescent paper and the photographic film by means of a silver salt treatment. The ‘Inconsolable Memories’ presents a series of Polaroids, which the artist describes
the aged film like memories left by a gerontic man.
Jiang Pengyi’s study of light encompasses the basis of occurrence and tolerance, similarly, reflecting the spiritual level of an artist communicating with, presenting and absolutely comprehending light.
Opening Reception: 18 April 2015, 4 – 8pm
Venue: ShanghART Singapore, 9 Lock Road, #02-22 Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108937
Opening Hours: 11am – 7pm (Closed Every Monday)
When: 28 Mar - 17 May 2015,