Blood Puking Series

Blood Puking Series” 2020, oil on panels, 20x20cm.
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Battersea Park Series

“Battersea Park Series” 2020, oil pastels on panels, 20x20cm; 30x30cm.
A series of work created during the lockdown of London during the summer of 2020

 

 

Red Face Bird Couple, 20x20cm

 

 

 

 

I Ate Pecking Duck Before I Visited The Ducks, 20x20cm

 

 

 

 

Picnic Spot, 20x20cm

 

 

 

 

Wan Qian 万茜, 20x20cm

 

 

 

 

Baby Feet Under Water, 20x20cm

 

 

 

 

Carnivorous Plants 2 窗边的食虫草 2, 30x30cm

 

 

 

 

Ostrich After Sex 性奋鸵鸟, 30x30cm

 

 

 

 

Carnivorous Plants 1 窗边的食虫草 1, 30x30cm

 

 

 

 

Make Out Goose 接吻大鹅, 30x30cm

 

 
 
人类本能的欲望是最纯粹的,但为了更好地适应群居生活,人类往往需要扭曲、包装、掩盖这些欲望。 但动物不同,动物的生活中充斥着赤裸裸的食欲与性欲,毫不遮掩、毫无羞耻。因为我羡慕动物的纯粹,所以我特别喜欢画动物,用动物形态来表现人类羞于的欲望, 有时候画着动物却总觉得花的是自画像。这几年画了不少禽畜类动物,不同于野生动物,家禽的食欲和性欲是受人摆控的,它们的活动空间是局限的, 它们性是被迫交配的,它们的食欲之所以会被满足是因为它们终将成为食物。最近我在伦敦巴特西公园结识了一些自由的禽类。因为疫情原因,人们只能在公园透透气,喂喂鸭子、 喂喂鸟也成了人们的日常娱乐。这些禽类被喂得膀大腰圆、羽毛锃亮, 因为没人想吃它们,所以也不怕人。 后来喂禽的多了, 他们也挑三拣四, 有的大鹅看你喂得面包小了都不屑于赏脸吃一口;有的大鹅要是吃得开心了,还会张着大嘴要更多,又贪婪又可爱。野生禽类为了满足食欲也学着讨好人类, 但它们的性和爱情是那么我行我素。常常看到公鸽子蓬起自己的羽毛假装肌肉男色诱母鸽子, 结果母鸽子一脸嫌弃的飞走, 留下公鸽子自尊心受挫,心碎在原地徘徊;也有叫不出名字的水鸟成对儿的在湖面上约会,在岸上依偎,时而亲吻彼此的羽毛。野禽太多,总会撞见一些禽类肆无忌惮的云朝雨暮,有的温情,有的残忍,但都毫无遮掩欲望的真实:自然而多元。《接吻大鹅》和《性奋鸵鸟》表达的是吃人食粮而不受人管制的野生动物为所欲为表达自己情欲时的自由与狂喜。《窗边的食虫草》是自然界的陷阱,抽象的暗示了为所欲为潜在的危险。

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bird Man

“Bird Man” 2020, oil on canvas, 180 x150 cm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barkless Californian Eucalyptussy Tree

“Barkless Californian Eucalyptussy Tree” 2019, oil on canvas, 86 x 165cm.

 

“Barkless Californian Eucalyptussy tree” is about a couple in LA went to the park to have sex and saw a leopard eating a deer in a barkless Californian Eucalyptus tree. From their angle, the couple could only see the leopard’s butthole and find it pink and pretty like a flower. The leopard had no idea the couple was starring at his/her butthole, the couple had no idea it was a leopard.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Residential Monster

“Residential Monster” 2019, oil on canvas, 360 x200 cm; plaster feet.
 
“Residential Monster”, 2019, is a painting of a residential complex containing different lives, characters, and struggles. The residential building uses its body as a giant container for all the love and quarrels of its residents. The building is a character on its own. Stifled with many stories within itself, the building has become a monster.