Liang Manqi’s works examine how space, media and colour convert their relationships between real and virtual contexts in polygonal dimensions. Hovering between abstract and non-abstract, rational and irrational, Liang’s works cannot be defined from a conventional point of view. She creates via her cogitation a series of visual stimulations in the form of individual objects and mindsets, exploring the language embedded within these presentations.
By creating a layered and spatial realm of emotion on flat canvases, Liang utilizes the combination of colour fragments as an exploration of a new three-dimensional space. The continuous regrouping of colours strikes a harmonious balance between image and space. In her newest works, Liang introduces lines into the balance, further enriching the dynamics. The spread of lines into various spatial dimensions results in works of visual appeal and richness.
Liang Manqi was born in 1986 in Zhuhai, China. She graudated from China Acadmey Art (CAA) in 2009 and graudated from Die Universität der Künste Berlin (UdK) Master of Fine Art in 2012. She is currently working and living in Shanghai. Liang initiated a space project “Kate’s Space” since 2013.
18 March – 13 May 2016