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peek of city v

peek of city (2017)

Guo Yingguang

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While sorting her everyday photo works, Guo Yingguang found out that she had unintentionally taken many photos of stairs and walls. That moment, she noticed that she had always been intrigued by how lines and planes are combined together. Therefore, she tried to rearrange and restructure them, seeking for new connections. There comes the birth of a new scenery, constructed by the subtle connections among spaces, colors, forms and painting texture. She also tried to extract objects’ essence from their ordinary meanings. In this process, Yingguang used her sensitivity and instincts to rearrange roof tops, walls, stairs, windows, shades and textures in order to extract the expression of each partial space from their entirety - with more emphasis on color and lines, away from the logistic expressions in ordinary objective world.

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Guo Yingguang

Guo Yingguang graduated from London College of Communication (LCC), with a master degree in Photography. She began her photographic career with Reuters, China Daily, and other media groups. Moving on to the artistic world, her creations revolve around social problems in contemporary China: women on the shelf, arranged marriages, and pseudo-intimacy between the husbands and wives who are the victims of such marriages. She uses image creation to express emotions that connect to her past. Her combination of photography and printmaking aims for melancholia, delicacy, and abstraction. 

2016 - Three Fold,  UGLY DUCK,  LCC MA photography final show,  London,  England

2016 - Wind,  London photo gallery,  group exhibition Photo London,  London,  England

2016 - Irrelationship,  LCC/UAL MA photography interim show,  London,  England

2013 - The way,  Shanghai Himalayas Museum,  Shanghai,  China

peek of city v

Guo Yingguang

While sorting her everyday photo works, Guo Yingguang found out that she had unintentionally taken many photos of stairs and walls. That moment, she noticed that she had always been intrigued by how lines and planes are combined together. Therefore, she tried to rearrange and restructure them, seeking for new connections. There comes the birth of a new scenery, constructed by the subtle connections among spaces, colors, forms and painting texture. She also tried to extract objects’ essence from their ordinary meanings. In this process, Yingguang used her sensitivity and instincts to rearrange roof tops, walls, stairs, windows, shades and textures in order to extract the expression of each partial space from their entirety - with more emphasis on color and lines, away from the logistic expressions in ordinary objective world.

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