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Dripping Water Cave—Jin Junjie Solo Exhibition

DRIPPING WATER CAVE — Jin Junjie Solo Exhibition


Jin Junjie deployed a triple-image in his second exhibition at Space Station. One of
them is the droplet. Such small particles as dust in the clouds, surrounded with vapor,
slowly accumulated, forming various droplets. Falling out from the sky, the round
droplet became an egg-like flat plate, getting thinner and wider, and, affected by the
air, slowly transformed into something like an inverted plastic bag which broke into
many small particles in the end. These droplets, big and small, are the rain that fell
on the ground. The second image is the fluid line, which traced the flow and vortices
in potential fluids by applying the law of fluid mechanics that there is an interaction
when the fluid is in motion relative to its solid boundary. The third is the hole.
Covered by raw lacquer and then scraped, the multi-quality pigments buried under
the surface presented in the form of various holes, so that the traces developed as
natural as sedimentary rocks.


In Jin’s works, the dynamic lines of traces, pituitary-like or whirlpool-like, and the
radiance glowing at different depths got all tangled, rotated and flowed on canvases.
The specialties derived from the process of production, the laws of fluid physics, the
unexpected of original manual work, and the spiritual mystery. These control and
uncontrolled nature formed a unique dazzling picture.


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