高 山 仰 止 Distanced One
Ink on paper, installation, wood, FRP
“When confronting an image you are stuck halfway, incomplete” (Randy Yang)
“Confrontation… it is like looking through a blurred screen” (Si-Qi, Peng)
The partnership between Randy Yang and Si-Qi Peng originates from two people giving different interpretations when facing the same image. While studying Chinese traditional ink painting technique, in her works Si-Qi Peng constantly balanced the contradictions between a noble spirit and her personal visual experience. This work takes as its reference the photo of a scene spot taken by the artist while sightseeing with her father, as well as interesting with Randy Yang’s coin operated binoculars. Besides handling the ink painting issue through the image, this work also speculates about the image perspective.