李再鈐 Zai-Qian Lee

1928年生於中國福建省仙遊,1948年進入臺灣省立師範學院(今國立臺灣師範大學)美術學系學習,開始接觸雕塑藝術,他以中國傳統思想出發,以西方現代主義低限風格作為表現手法,擅用鋼材創作,透過空間組構再現東方哲學中對純粹與本質的審美思維。

創作理念

本次創作重點在於改變工字鐵的功能,轉換運用於現代造形的雕塑上,原意為拓展工字鐵之實用範圍,塑造新面貌,讓大眾有新認識,更希冀鋼鐵在未來的人類文明社會中扮演更多樣、更重要的角色。

About the Artist

Born in Xianyou, Fujian Province, China, in 1928, LEE entered the Department of Fine Arts at Taiwan Provincial Normal College (now National Taiwan Normal University) in 1948, where he was first introduced to sculptural art. Finding inspirations in traditional Chinese philosophy, LEE adopts the minimal style of Western modernism as his expressive method, and has become known for creating steel sculptures; through spatial constructs, he represents the aesthetic thinking on purity and nature of Oriental philosophy.

Artist's Statement

The creative key of this residency was to change the function of H-beam, converting and utilizing it for modern sculpture. My original intention was to explore and expand the practical scope of I-beam, to give it a new look, so that people have a new understanding of it; I also hoped that steel could play a more diverse and important role in human civilization and society in the future.


李再鈐駐廠創作發表手冊.pdf