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A pure spiritual experiencer

Since 2004, he has taught at Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts,and His job is associate professor.
Associate dean of experimental art college of Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts.

The works of contemporary artist Wang Aijun cover a variety of artistic media such as painting,
video, installation, and digital media.The artistic style of his works is very clear, and he is
not like artists who find difficult to classify their own works of different media to one genre,
nor is he bound by the use of art media.

WANG Aijun - Rock no. 2

A pure spiritual experiencer




Wang Aijun was born in Inner Mongolia in 1968. The plateau sky accompanied his childhood, and he began to express his feelings in the form of paintings with the help of visual elements such as vast grasslands and magnificent clouds.
Wang Aijun studied oil painting systematically in Inner Mongolia Normal University. After that, he went to Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts to study for graduate students. He explored and tried all the way. As early as 2002, he created a large-scale installation (the upward climbing). This work has a positive reflection on the social psychology of China at that time.



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After returning to China, he explored and tried to create a flower-like series, the virtual mountain stone, the heaven and hearth, the one-volume mountain painting series, and the installation work Alashan’s cloud. During this period, he began to try to combine the artificial intelligence and virtual reality technology to create digital intelligent artwork “PureLand”.

WANG Aijun explored traditional culture’s core philosophy to achieve the artistic ideas of self-seeking.

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If Beuys’s conceptual art needs rational elaboration to truly feel the connotation of the work, then Wang Aijun’s installation art uses the most natural material language to convey Kant’s so- called “perceptual concept”. Wang Aijun is motivated by this aesthetic concept to search for different materials and forms from what is traditionally used, because this aesthetic concept is difficult to express through paintings, but can be found in the agate stones.

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