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Chen Liangjie: Society as Still Life

Chen Liangjie: Society as Still Life
Event on 2013-10-26 00:00:00
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Wang Chuan & Chen Liangjie Joint Solo Exhibition

In gold autumn season, A Thousand Plateaus Art Space is pleased to present Wang Chuan & Chen Liangjie Joint Solo Exhibition.

Chen Liangjie
Society as Still Life

October 26 – December 15, 2013
Opening: 3:00 – 6:00pm, October 26, 2013 (Saturday)

Chen Liangjie (b.1971, Chengdu) was graduated from China Academy of Art, Department of Oil Painting. Like many artists born in 1970s, Chen Liangjie’s creations keep paying attention to society; however, unlike many artists of the same generation, in his works, there is no attitude toward reality.

“For a very long time in Chen Liangjie’s works, he has tried to distance himself from the audience. He paints remote and open scene, while compresses the inner space, so that the space turns into flat, and one can only tell the distance according to the size in the picture… they always mentally think about them (characters in the picture) as ambiguous mini models, unrelated to us, like another existence. Once the people normally ignored by us are place into a scene without any context of regular life, “they” always present an abstraction of absence. The sense of distance between the works and audience come from two levels: visual perception and social psychology. In his current works, it still exists, even though in another way.”

In the presented works of “Social as Still Life”, “Chen Liangjie begins to select media images. The so-called media images are always “meaningful”. No matter to a terrorist attack, a large happening or a piece of gossip social news, photographs and images are always been used in proving the authenticity of something. However, photographs are always ambiguous and even quirkish…When Chen Liangjie transfers those images from the news website to the canvas, he is actually restoring the opaqueness of the images’ inherent meaning…However, for the visual stipulation of paintings, a photograph looks always empty, therefore, many “photographic paintings” use thick pigment and heavy brushwork. Different from them, Chen Liangjie makes pigment thinner and clear, making the brushwork vague and uncertain, it seems that he doesn’t recreate a painting with a photograph, but to reconstruct a photograph on canvas in the way of painting, and transfer the authenticity of photographs into the authenticity of paintings…. If there was some lyrical expression of life experience in Chen Liangjie’s primeval works, he has nearly removed both the emotion elements of painting and the social meaning of photographs. Emotion has been restored into feelings, images have been restored into vision, while among those levels of restoration, painting has gained the nonconvertible authenticity.” (quoted from Bao Dong’s comments “The Authenticity of Painting ”)

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The Authenticity of Painting — Chen Liangjie’s current works
By Bao Dong

For a very long time in Chen Liangjie’s works, he has been trying to distance himself from the audience. He paints remote and open scenes and compresses the inner space, to make the space turns nearly into flat, and the distance can only be told according to the sizes in the picture. As he has taken out both the contrast of field depth and the continuity of spatial depth, the audience intellectually know it is the distance makes the people in the picture seem tiny; however, mentally, they always think about them as ambiguous mini models, which are unrelated to us, like another existence. Once the people normally ignored by us are place into a scene without any context of regular life, “they” always present an abstraction of absence. This kind of distance between the works and audience come from two levels: visual perception and social psychology. In his current works, even though in another way, it still exists.

He begins to select media images. The so-called media images are always “meaningful”. No matter to a terrorist attack, a large happening or a piece of gossip social news, photographs and images are always been used as proofs. However, photographs are always ambiguous and even quirkish, so Benjamin didn’t think photograph could become a political art, or a kind of art spreading the meaning of ideology, without a title. Without titles or context, the authenticity of images will bring obstacles to the the meaning interpretation. When Chen Liangjie transfers those images from the news website to the canvas, he is actually restoring the opaqueness of the inherent meaning of the images.

Like advertising campaign, many people use media images for attention, while Chen Liangjie pays more attention to the ones with less attention. Therefore, he hasn’t chosen those successful press photographies. Most of the time, he picks more secondary images than standard reporting photographies. As Chen Liangjie notices, for a photograph, the further from the aesthetics in journalism, the closer to the reality; the further from the sense-making, the more exact its visual existence is. So photographs chosen by him are always from those unprofessional reporters, with no intensity in meaning or aesthetics. They were released casually on website, and were rapidly replaced by those more agitating images. Because that paintings are based on visual existence.

However, for visual requirement, photographs usually look too empty to support the image, therefore, many “photographic paintings” use thick pigment and heavy brushwork. Different from them, Chen Liangjie makes pigment thinner and clear, making the brushwork vague and uncertain, it seems that he doesn’t recreate a painting with a photograph, but to reconstruct a photograph on canvas in the way of painting, and transfer the authenticity of photographs into the authenticity of paintings. With the plain tone, even texture, the rejection of body modeling and intended style managing, the traits of photographs are carefully translated to the painting, to make Chen’s work become a kind of phenomenological observation. If in Chen Liangjie’s primeval works there was some lyrical expression of life experience, he has nearly removed both the emotion elements of painting and the social meaning of photographs now. Emotion has been restored into feelings, images have been restored into vision, while among those levels of restoration, painting has gained the nonconvertible authenticity of its own.

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The Landscape of Chen Liangjie
By Xu Sheng

Chen Liangjie’s current works are always wandering between hiding and revealing. At this point, it’s some like his primeval works. In “Only Landscape Can Be Seen” (2010), the picture is quartered. At the left top, a man is running in the desert. He seems wearing a white shirt, black sweatpants and a hair style of literary youth of 1980s. He is running attentively and bowing his head, revealing no emotion. Around him, there seems a field in the North. The sky is heavy; everything seems misted over, each emotion, as well as the symbolic meaning of the landscape and character, is depressed. They are all nubilous. In the other three parts, the picture was covered gray, which is even deeper than the sky, too deep to see anything. All the information is in the first part, even though there is nothing except for what we can see. The title “Only Landscape Can Be Seen” (2010) is implying some answer, some secret in the picture, which is, however, invisible.

In Chen Liangjie’s current works, secrets turn open. At the beginning, the scene of the picture was frankly presenting its own characteristics, only, these characteristics are divorced from the story, and just of their own. They are luggage, patches on the wall, turbid water, or singing children…They are presentations of the scenes, and with the lowest narrativity. Instead, the artist pays all attention to the characteristics. Those characteristics, as the most basic presentation of painting, bring them a kind of pure visual attraction, and making them frank.

However, these characteristics show a strange feeling, to remind the audience something hidden. Sometimes some truths seem to exist in the details and sometimes they seem excluded from the composition, one angular deflection can reveal all. The colors and shapes in the painting present the incontrovertible neutral characteristics while deliberately refrain those strange truths. Thus these visible characteristics change into some kind of silence, cheating and even threat, to make people find their eyes imprisoned.

And then, the story of the scene becomes the only possibility of breaking the imprisonment. They can only be known through description. Most of the time, they are related to some social events, for example, the turbid water is in fact a heavy blood; or they are related to some well-known backgrounds, for example, the singing kids are from North Korea. In fact there’s no need to list those backgrounds here, because Chinese readers can easily comprehend them just according to few keywords, and find the picture characteristics is nearly revealing the whole story. The keyword is an unimpressive knife which can cut the whole mist.

But the point of these works is not to lead the audience to a guessing game, cause once the answer is found, we will come back to the picture. Everything in the picture changes into a scene or a stage, on which nothing is performing. They are scenes before the key events happen, or parts of the happening events, or remains after the events. The only performance in the picture happens between the audience and the events. After the audiences get some of the answers, they will search for the others in the same way. The drama exists right in the process of viewing: all the viewers enter the same background which is well-known and well-remembered by everyone who comprehends today’s reality, deeply. A common and silent memory spreads in the space composed of different works.

Therefore, the color and brushwork of the painting itself begins to bear another viewing, which points to the memory and to the inner world. From this moment, each characteristic of the objects in the picture will be repeatedly searched by the eye of memory. In the drama of vision and memory, the viewing focus is pulled back to the characteristics of the painting itself, which is the only juncture between memory and the picture. In the picture, there is no self-narrative, all the narrative exists in the viewers’ memory. For this reason, if Chen Liangjie’s works is a stage, everything in the picture is a part of the stage, which are invisible stories happening only in the viewers’ memory. Scene is something happening, it’s a story with roles and backgrounds; while stage is something still, nothing will happen to itself. Then in fact, Chen Liangjie’s works are more like stages that show themselves only. Or rather, excluding the viewing process, the stage-like photos are more like landscape. They present themselves, viewers wonder inside, but have no shelter before they find the key clue.

Beyond all question, Chen Liangjie’s works can be included in “social theme”. Chinese artists who were born in 1970s or early always follow social reality. It’s undoubtedly related to their life experience. However, with the development of China’s contemporary art, “sociality” has already become a formulary of creation, or even a formulary of promotion and so-called theoretical construction. In such a situation, no doubt it’s unwise to stand still, but it’s no more than a new adjudge if one just hurriedly changes his creative intent and sets up a new characteristic.

Chen Liangjie’s exploration is different, he continues his habitual attention to social theme, but he doesn’t think about social attitude or position as his ulterior motive any more. He doesn’t wage any attitude to reality, but changes descriptions of reality into the depiction of scenes. During this process, sociality becomes the materials, instead of the final direction, of the painting. Both the understanding and interpretation of events and reality have been collected at the moment of unmasking; and in fact the tension in vision and memory before and after the moment is more important. It comes from the viewers’ survey to the picture and their review of memory.

The new survey brings the painting focus back to the depiction, as well as the connection between vision and the inner world. As mentioned before, the work “Only Landscape Can Be Seen” (2010) is an experiment on depiction and narration mode with a constructional picture; With the new works presented in this exhibition, he begins to select a visual way to make works grappling reality in a way of “reproduction”. Aiming at the viewers’ immediate memory and experience, he chooses reproduction to transfer the constructional vision into the unstructured pictures. This brings Chen Liangjie’s new works endless space, and helps him take a new look at his paintings and its relationship with the trend of China’s contemporary painting. At this moment, Chen Liangjie faces the tension between the reality and the self again, like all the artists do. But this time, the correspondence between self and reality is beyond sociology, and enters a more original indistinguishability of an artist, as well as the rethinking of painting. In such thoughts, Chen Liangjie’s landscape belongs only to himself, it’s deep in reality.

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Shooter Jennings – Dirt Daubers, Bob Wayne

Shooter Jennings – Dirt Daubers, Bob Wayne
Event on 2013-04-25 20:00:00
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Shooter Jennings

Make no mistake about it, Shooter Jennings has never been one to grant expectations, boundaries, genre or ideals dictate the direction of his art. From the moment he burst onto the scene with his debut album Put The O Back In Country it was clear that he had a style and a vision all his own that would separate him from the leagues of cookie-cutter artists out there. Along with his debut, 2006’s Electric Rodeo and 2007’s The Wolf brought critical acclaim and continued to elevate Shooter to his own one-of-a-kind place in music and culture.

In 2008, Shooter left Universal South records and formed Black Country Rock, his own brand and adjudge which he would start releasing under. He then released Waylon Forever, an album that began with Shooter and his father, country music legend Waylon Jennings, having fun in their home studio in 1996, and being completed with Shooter’s then backing-band, the .357’s, supporting the late singer through a rock and roll romp of epic proportions.

But it wasn’t until 2010 that we began to see the real Shooter. Black Ribbons, described by the LA Daily News as “…one wild, paranoid, anti-establishment mash-up of psychedelic theater,” was an expansive futuristic concept album featuring the voice of master horror author Stephen King as ‘Will O’ The Wisp,’ a controversial late night broadcasting speak show host who was in his last hour of broadcast. The album paints a grim picture of a government-controlled future stripped of its right to free speech and controlled by fear. Black Ribbons has been praised by many for its increasing relevance in the current say of the world. On the record, Shooter and the .357’s masqueraded as fictional band Hierophant, an anti-N.W.O band who Will O’ The Wisp chooses to play throughout his final show. Even though it flew mostly under the mainstream radar, the album has gained a cult following and often is regarded as Shooter’s magnum opus. Shooter even programmed and designed a web-based adventure game which took place within the world he had created with Black Ribbons to coincide with the album and build upon its storyline.

In 2011, Shooter briefly moved to New York City, assembling Brooklyn-based band The Triple Crown and released Family Man, returning to his country songwriter roots and painting a deeply individualized picture of his family life. Family Man was released on March 3rd, 2012, and Shooter hit the road touring in support of his latest release.

During the recording sessions for Family Man, as in life, things began to shift and change and The Other Life began to take form. Over the duration of 2012, Shooter and The Triple Crown completed work on The Other Life, and Shooter and long time video-collaborator Blake Judd began planning an expansive film counterpart to the album. Shot crossways Tennessee, Kentucky, Nevada and California, The Other Life film paints a story of isolation, temptation and rebirth through visual storytelling. As an album, The Other Life sees Shooter using all the colors of the pallets of previous recordings, and bringing them together to make his most diverse and interesting album to date. He enlists the help of friends and icons alike, Austin Texas sufferer Scott H. Biram shares vocal duties on the Steve Young penned “The White Trash Song,” Patty Griffin blesses “Wild and Lonesome” and Black Oak Arkansas’ Jim Dandy preaches alongside Shooter in the Black Oak Arkansas lost gem “15 Million Light-Years Away.” But it is with the closing “The Gunslinger” that we see a portrait of a man hell bent on making art his way no matter who might try and get in the way.

In 2012, Shooter also began work producing records for other artists. On March 12th, the same day as The Other Life’s release, Lexington, KY dirt rock band Fifth on the Floor will release Ashes & Angels, the first of three records Shooter produced the previous year. Jason Boland’s Dark and Dirty Mile will follow, as well as a yet-unnamed record with Reno’s Hellbound Glory.

In addition to his music, Shooter has been a DJ on SiriusXM’s Outlaw Country channel for seven years and counting, his show broadcasting Saturdays at 6pm EST and replaying Sunday and Thursday. Shooter has developed the show as a platform to play many underground roots artists that otherwise see no exposure to the masses. In 2011 he also developed GiveMeMyXXX.com and MoonRunners.com, two resources to expose this type of music using his influence and platforms.

In the long run, in his short time here Shooter has been a very prolific and daring artist. Hazardous in his disregard for rules place upon him by the greedy. Deceptive in his unpredictability. Bound only by the progressive evolution of music and controlled only by will and determination, Shooter Jennings will never be healthy to place upon a shelf or chained to a easy concept. But as dreams and nightmares continue to blossom and reality continues to crumble, there is comfort to be taken in the fact that artists like Shooter still care about art and disregard the rigid restrictions place upon it by corporate slave-drivers and the mainstream gatekeepers.

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Hollywood Undead – Falling in Reverse, American Fangs

Hollywood Undead – Falling in Reverse, American Fangs
Event on 2013-05-04 19:30:00
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The streets of Hollywood are paved with dreams.

Most of those dreams are broken, others are buried, and some are simply burned. On their new album, American Tragedy, Hollywood Undead dissect those very same dreams with a volatile and vibrant hip hop swagger, a magnificent metallic crunch, and a danceable industrial soul. At the heart of the band's second release for A&M/Octone, these six musicians—Johnny 3 Tears, J-Dog, Charlie Scene, Da Kurlzz, Funny Man, and Danny—rhyme and rock from sharply hilarious jabs about vacuous clubs to unbridled, poignant musings on losing establishment and struggling with addiction. Due out April 5, 2011, American Tragedy peeks at the death of the American dream from the rooftop of the hottest celebration in the world. This second offering from Hollywood Undead is a sanctuary for the disillusioned masses that prefabricated the band a Gold-selling sensation. It's a middle finger to the safe, burdensome "norm." It's the future of heavy pop…

Hollywood Undead have been staring at that future from the moment they burst onto the scene with their breakout 2008 debut, Swan Songs. Since its release, Swan Songs has exceeded income of 800,000 worldwide and is swiftly approaching platinum status. The band embarked on a two-year world tour that saw them play countless sold out headline shows as well as prestigious festivals such as the UK's Download Festival. In addition, the album's leadoff single "Undead" received prominent placements in the trailer for Paramount's hit film, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and Madden NFL 2009. In 2009, the band released the Desperate Measures DVD/CD capturing their attractable insanity on stage. The collection also featured a few unreleased gems and covers. However, everything merely serves as a prelude to American Tragedy.

Hollywood Undead began constructing American Tragedy in primeval 2010. Collaborating with producers Don Gilmore, Griffin Boice, and S*A*M and Sluggo, the band tapped into a myriad of influences and styles, yielding music that's as diverse and dangerous. American Tragedy's first single, "Hear Me Now," is an anthemic catharsis of guitars and synths, colored by these six distinct voices. At the same time, "Been To Hell" creeps from an ominous bass line into full-blown aural assault and battery during a distorted refrain. "I Don't Wanna Die" is a funeral march for any and all enemies in Hollywood Undead's path. Meanwhile, "Comin' In Hot" could set any diversion floor off with slickly sharp rhymes and "Levitate" floats into mainstream crossover territory on a soaring chorus.

For Hollywood Undead, American Tragedy was a natural progression from Swan Songs. About the band's sophomore album, J-Dog exclaims, "Similar to our first record, there's something for everybody. Some of the songs have larger hooks, while others are a lot heavier. We wanted to expand our creative palette as a band and grow. We wrote the first album years ago. Mentally, we're not in the same place we were then. We got superior at what we do lyrically and musically. We wanted to experiment more and embrace new elements. It's heavier at points because we are a rock band, for the most part."

Johnny 3 Tears goes on, "American Tragedy is what Hollywood Undead is. We can incorporate anything into the landscape of our songs. There are no boundaries. Musically, I like songs that go against the grain. I want to create art that doesn't conform to the position quo. We select to take everything a step beyond that."

"Hear Me Now" encapsulates that sentiment. Blending an arena rock stomp with rap attitude, the song's a venomous and vicious strike. All six members hunkered down in the same Hollywood rehearsal room to write "Hear Me Now" together, and it brandishes the intricacies and idiosyncrasies of all their personalities. On December 21, the band officially released "Hear Me Now" digitally, and within two short days, it hit number 2 on the iTunes rock chart. The song covers the current state of affairs, calling listeners to arms.

"Obviously, it's a struggling song," declares Johnny 3 Tears. "Everyone is going through a rough time, and the song is very appropriate for this day and age. We aimed to make something that you can sing along to, and the message gets delivered in between."

One song that examines hopelessness is the bludgeoning "Been to Hell." In between a surround of violent rhythms and angry rhymes, the band comments on unsuccessful purposes. "Growing up in Los Angeles, we've seen a lot of people come out here with grandiose ambitions and, 99.9 percent of the time, they don't do shit," continues J-Dog. "They end up partying, getting on drugs, and just going home. You've got to go through those hardships to actualize your dreams. The song's about getting off your ass and working towards a higher goal. I hope it actually inspires someone to follow through with what they say."

Hollywood Undead continue to work themselves to the bone. Each night on tour, they spill blood for packed venues of diehard fans all over the world, and they'll continue that tradition. There's no doubt that each track on American Tragedy will resonate with those fans too. J-Dog states, "People are having a hard time right now, and children go through the same problems everywhere. I feel lucky that they come to our shows, and it's their release for an hour."
Songs like "Levitate" and "Street Dreams" show another side of Hollywood Undead. The band's sense of humor remains in tact, but they also brandish a pop prowess that's simply undeniable. About touting so many styles, Johnny 3 Tears exclaims, "I want fans to feel like they got their money's worth with a full album you can't categorize. This is a step up. We want to be a band that's special to kids. We want to signify what they feel. I'd love for them to have the same feeling I had when I listened to Korn or Nine Inch Nails as a kid."

That revolutionary spirit courses through American Tragedy, and the band place their hearts on the line for their music once again. J-Dog concludes, "As a band, we collectively place our blood, sweat, and soul into this. We couldn't have done anything superior than we did, and we love it. We are honest, and children connect with that. They know we're not bullshitting them. When you're true to yourself, people connect with you."
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Visitors to NetroExpress.com simply browse the designs and then select from the acquirable color schemes. Once a design and color scheme is chosen, customers can bundle their NetroExpress website with other online services such as e-commerce, social media, content writing, search engine optimization, or pay per click services.

NetroExpress websites are built on NetroStars proprietary CMS, which grants the owners of a NetroExpress website to easily and smoothly change content, add dynamic and static pages, and manage their website in a way like no other company is providing. Even though there are other companies that offer do-it-yourself type online solutions, the feedback more often than not is that the customer does not have the technical knowledge to complete the solution to what they imagine in their mind. However, NetroStar has provided a happy medium between the template based bought websites and an costly customizable solution. With a NetroExpress website, clients select the style and layout from dozens of different options, and then customize the content as they wish.

NetroStar President Marcin Ladowski explains that Even though our clients have realized how powerful an effective online presence can be for years, unfortunately many could not afford a custom designed website. As a solution, NetroStar created a highly customizable platform that grants clients to leverage the power of a customizable solution, but for a much more manageable price.

NetroStar has been providing online services for over 10 years for a variety of different services. Even though NetroStar is ideal known for its custom complex web development, with the launch of NetroExpress.com, NetroStar is healthy to work with small businesses and start-up companies with much smaller online budgets and help wage them with reasonably priced web solution for their new website needs. Websites designed on the NetroExpress platform range from $ 1,500.00 to $ 3,500.00 depending on what type of website they are in need of, and what extra features they would like to add to their website.







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