Books_Yobian Brothers-Shuangxin Glass Ceramic Exhibition 39999-0000148

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Brothers at the Kiln--Shuangxin Glass Ceramic Art Exhibition brief introduction: In this "double new" art exchange between New Taipei City and Hsinchu City, glass art starts from the classification of techniques, looking at the creative skills and craftsmanship of glass artists, and ceramic art focuses on the expression of glaze color, and sees the development of ceramic artists using glaze medicine. Xintiandi's personal creation. Thanks to the assistance of the Glass Craft Museum of the Hsinchu City Cultural Bureau, and the research of Professor Xiao Mingfu and Professor Liu Zhenzhou, let us meet the phoenix in the exhibition, carefully taste the glaze of the ceramics and the beauty of the light and shadow of the glass, appreciate the brothers by the kiln Similar and very different conversations. Exhibition Introduction Ceramic meets glass Since ancient times, glass and ceramics have been living utensils made by humans using kiln fires. With the development of Taiwan ’s industry as a local characteristic industry over the past 100 years, New Taipei City has developed into a ceramic town, and Hsinchu has become a glass capital. With the evolution of Taiwan's industrial development, a similar situation of industrial transformation has emerged. In recent years, with the evolution of the trend of the times, the transformation of traditional industries combined with concepts such as design has opened the development of cultural and creative industries, creating various crafts and art works, making glass and ceramics not only a little helper in life, but also a part of artistic expression. Large area. The kiln-edge brothers of glass and ceramics have an irrelevant relationship in material technique and function. From the perspective of materials science, glass belongs to a broad sense of ceramic materials, and the glaze on the surface of ceramics belongs to glass. Generally ceramics are opaque materials, shaped, dried and kiln-fired. The main component of glass is silicon dioxide (silica sand). The transparent material is the biggest feature. Compared with ceramics, it is operated at room temperature. Glass shaping is mostly carried out at high temperatures. After being sintered at high temperature, ceramic materials have the characteristics of hardness, wear resistance, high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, etc., and excellent light, heat and electromagnetic functions, so that ceramics and glass have unlimited development potential in today's industry and art. The performance field of ceramics is very wide, and glaze is like a glass coat of pottery, which is also a major focus of ceramic creation. In contrast, the transparent, translucent, and opaque colors of the glass, as well as the crystal clear, bright and bright characteristics, show a beauty different from ceramics. The glass part of this exhibition is based on the appreciation of the classification of techniques, to understand the multiple expressions of glass art, and to see how glass artists use superb creative skills and craftsmanship to make glass works not only practical, but also show a rich cultural and artistic style. The ceramic part focuses on the glaze performance of modern pottery art, and sees the use of the glass element "glaze color" by pottery workers. Under the inspiration of modern art, it integrates Chinese and Western glaze culture and walks out of an amazing new world. Thanks to the Glass Craft Museum of Hsinchu City Cultural Bureau for their assistance in providing works by glass artists in Hsinchu and other places, and ceramic artists in places like New Taipei City for their works. The careful research of Xiao Mingba, professor and director of the Department of Art and Design, National Tsinghua University, and Liu Zhenzhou, professor of the Department of Process Design, National Taiwan University of Arts, allowed us to see the similarity between modern ceramics and glass art through technical classification and appreciation of works Very different dialogue. Ceramics Meet Glass Glass and ceramic vessels are both made with kilns. Over a century, these industries became regional specialties in Taiwan, as hubs of ceramics and glass production have developed in New Taipei City and Hsinchu City, respectively. As Taiwan's industries have transformed since the 198os, creative elements have been introduced into traditional industries, which began to thrive in cultural felds with new artistic assets. Now glass and ceramic vessels are useful everyday items as well as artistic media. With overlaps in materials, techniques, and functionalities, glass and ceramics are like brothers born of the kiln. From the perspective of material science, glass is a kind of ceramic material in the general sense, and the glaze on ceramic surfaces is a kind of glass. Ceramics are usually made from opaque materials that go through forming, drying, and fring processes. Glass is mostly characterized by its transparency. It is made from silicon oxide (quartz) and, unlike the room-temperature forming process for ceramics, formed at high temperatures, which is also required by the glazing process of ceramics. After fring, ceramic materials are hard and resistant to abrasion, heat, and corrosion. Its useful optical, thermal, and electromagnetic properties give them tremendous potential. Glaze is the glassy skin for ceramics and a key dimension of creative expression in ceramic art. On the other hand, the transparency, translucence, opaqueness, and reflective as well as refractive properties present a different quality of beauty from ceramics. In the glass section of this exhibition, we explore the wide range of artistic expressions in glass, beginning with techniques, to see how glass artists create glass vessels both practical and culturally rich, with refned mastery . For the ceramics section, we focus on glazing expressions of modern ceramic art and explore how ceramic artists utilize the glassy element of glaze, inspired by modern art, to break new ground in merging Eastern and Western glazing styles. This exhibition is helped by Glass Museum of Hsinchu City, who provided us with glass art from Hsinchu and other places. We are also grateful for the ceramic artists of New Taipei City who offered their art. Moreover, we thank Professor Hsiao Ming-tun, Chair of National Tsing Hua University Department of Arts and Design and Professor Liou Chen-Chou of National Taiwan University of Arts Department of Crafts and Design, whose research gave us insight into the techniques of glass and ceramic arts, which enhanced our appreciation of the works and of the interesting relationship between glass and ceramics. Chen Tingxuan Publication date: 2017/03 Publisher: Yingge Pottery Museum paperback 400 yuan

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In this "double new" art exchange between New Taipei City and Hsinchu City, glass art starts from the classification of techniques, looking at the creative skills and craftsmanship of glass artists, and ceramic art focuses on the expression of glaze color, and sees the development of ceramic artists using glaze Xintiandi's personal creation ...

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