Ink and wash has always been the core value of traditional Chinese painting, and it is one aesthetic style that best represents Oriental character. It carries the artist's emotional venting and spiritual pursuit. For more than a thousand years, countless ancestors have created various surpurb culture and realm. Today, artist Yin Wei uses digital technology to bring the cultural heritage of Chinese ink and wash to a new dimension. He broke the space limitation of the two-dimensional plane in the past, and used the mathematical fractal operation to perform a new interpretation of the traditional ink-and-wash calligraphy far beyond our understanding and imagination of traditional ink painting styles, the words “vivid and lively” were exerted to the fullest extent. Incisively, we realized that in this era of science and technology, the true power of the so-called "Taoist Nature" - from the beauty of mathematics!
Such works seem to come from a higher dimension of space, reminding us of the ink characters of aliens in the movie "Advent." In the endless layers of detail, it seems to contain a higher dimension of mystery information, which is exactly the true charm of three-dimensional ink painting created by Yin Wei. "I didn't think that the promotion of a dimension would bring endless changes!" said Yin Wei. "I always like the state of liquids. I once had a company and I called it liquid film company. The solidified liquid is what I have been longing for beauty... Here, the time is stagnant and the moment becomes eternal!"
This kind of three-dimensional ink traces that float in space derives from Yin Wei's persistent exploration of digital technology and ink and wash calligraphy aesthetics for many years, deconstructing and reconstructing Chinese traditional paintings that have been in existence for more than a thousand years, allowing an almost rigid oriental aesthetic becoming charm again. This new visual style blurs the boundaries between Chinese paintings, calligraphy and digital technology, challenges the audience's aesthetic experience of traditional brush and ink styles, re-interprets the materialized forms of handwriting strokes, and displays bizarre poses, emotions, and momentum. Allowing people to sense a solitary and powerful vitality that is uniquely connected with the spirit of heaven and earth. It is exactly this point that Yin Wei has broken the evasion of literary paintings from the past, and you will realize a kind of cosmic energy in the “Ink and Spirit”, an endless stream of vitality! And aren't each of us exactly this vitality itself? What we see from works of art is actually our own!