I See: The Abstract, Geometric Works of Gedvile Bunikyte and Bai Xincheng
Why We Recommend it
This is a joint exhibition of selected works by Lithuanian artist Gedvile Bunikyte and Chinese artist Bai Xincheng, who are inspired by the paradox of regular against irregular and tangible versus intangible.
” I see what I feel, I feel what I’ve seen.”
The two artists create abstract and geometric objects to incite the imagination of the audience to see what they feel.
Gedvile Bunikyte’s works are predominately on one medium, paper, which she uses to explore philosophical, psychological and mystical fascinations using geometric abstractions. Rich with associations, Bunikyte’s striking symbols draw from inspirations that reflect the artist’s curious and inquisitive mind.
Bai Xincheng trained initially in calligraphy before developing his unique line figures. For him, the line is a highly individualistic language that serves as a point for wandering through the abstracts of psychology. In a rested state or a confused one, the most irreducibly basic elements of the mind inspires Bai to create poetic, expressive images that begin with the aesthetic traditions of China and end with the modernity of the West.