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Feng Kaixuan, Filtrecafe91-S

Feng Kaixuan Filtrecafe91-S, 2016

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Informations about this artwork
  • Medium

    Painting : ink

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    7.1 x 9.4 x 0.8 inch

  • Support

    Painting on paper

  • Framing

    Black wood frame with glass

  • Type

    Unique work

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Hand-signed by artist

  • Offered by the gallery

    Galerie Rêve-Ville
    REIMS - France

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    Kaixuan Feng a commencé par écrire sur des filtres à café en 2009. A l'origine ils avaient valeur d'invitation pour la performance " Maîtresse du thé". Thé ou café, l'artiste rapprochait les deux boissons pour évoquer un moment de convivialité qu'elle voulait partager avec le spectateur. Explorant le mail-art, elle envoyait des filtres aux adresse des invités qui, pour confirmation, devait lui renvoyait ce même filtre. Ils sont aujourd'hui la trace de cet événement, de cette cérémonie qui a eu lieu.

    Plus tard, en 2014, elle réemploie les filtres à café pour des créations personnelles. Par jeu, elle détourne le filtre à café usagé, destiné à la poubelle, qu'elle anoblit et encadre. La forme du filtre rappelle l'éventail qu'il est d'usage en Chine de décorer. Elle s'amuse ainsi de l'enseignement qu'elle a reçu à la peinture traditionnelle, noble par essence, qu'elle projette sur un matériau humble. Décor de circonstance, sa peinture réagit aux tâches pour composer des paysages suggérés par la manière dont le café a marqué le filtre.
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Feng Kaixuan

China Born in: 1982 Emergent Artist
Kaixuan Feng is a Chinese artist, born in 1982, currently living in Lille. After four years of studying at the School of Fine Arts of Tianjin in China, she moved to France to study and experience the beauty of Contemporary Art. In 2010, she got the higher national diploma of plastic art expression (DNSEP).

Her work focuses mostly on her painting on coffee filters or with her hair, to transpose traditional techniques in everyday spaces.

Making of her life a work of art, is the path Kaixuan Feng has taken in order to concretize an articulated artistic approach around the concept of sharing and the public/private relationship. Trained as a painter, she now creates events through performance art. Photography, video and painting allows her to create the event, but also to produce a record of it. By creating the circumstances of the meeting, she tries to create connections between life and art, between her intimate space and that of others. Everyday life objects often reflect in her work the transition from the private to the public sphere.
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Feng Kaixuan, Filtrecafe91-S
Feng Kaixuan, Filtrecafe91-S