劉澤光個展: 從漢魏摩崖碑刻到簡帛墨跡

Translated title of the contribution: Lau Chak Kwong Solo Exhibition:: From Cliff Inscriptions and Steles of the Han and Wei Dynasties to Works of Calligraphy in Ink in the Forms of Bamboo and Wooden Slip Inscriptions and Silk Texts

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

The exhibition was organized by the Christian Word Calligraphy Society, exhibition Venue: Christian Building, June 2022

古今書論中有「以漢為本」的書學理念。如能深入鑽研漢魏摩崖碑刻及簡帛墨跡,必能對歷代筆意有深刻的理解。有了穩健的漢隸基礎後,上可追較古之甲骨文、金文,而下啓較晚的南北朝碑刻。闡釋上述古代書法美學,並如何轉化為其一糸列近年創作——既包含傳統形式如甲骨文、金文和隸書對聯,又有獨創的跨藝術媒介創作,包括書法雕塑、大型書法表演及場域特定的書法即景創作等。
Translated title of the contributionLau Chak Kwong Solo Exhibition:: From Cliff Inscriptions and Steles of the Han and Wei Dynasties to Works of Calligraphy in Ink in the Forms of Bamboo and Wooden Slip Inscriptions and Silk Texts
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Media of outputOther
SizeSolo exhibition of 50 calligraphic works (from 150 to 800 cm)
Publication statusPublished - 4 Jun 2022

Scopus Subject Areas

  • Arts and Humanities(all)

User-Defined Keywords

  • Cliff Inscriptions
  • Steles
  • Chinese Calligraphy
  • Bamboo and Wooden Slip Inscriptions
  • Silk Texts
  • Synergy between Tradition and Modernity
  • Interdisciplinary Approach
  • Integration of Art Historical Research with Creative Art Practice of Chinese Calligraphy

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