Zhang Yu: Diffused Fingerprints

30 Mar
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Chinese artist Zhang Yu has been working on his Fingerprint Series, in intervals, since the early 1990s. These paintings become a meditative process by repeatedly pressing his right index finger on rice paper with ink. Zhang limits his colors to shades of red, white and black, leaving thousands of overlapping fingerprints that create a unique infinite visual effect. He has created paintings, installations, books and performances with this process, making him a key figure in contemporary experimental ink painting.

You can see more of Zhang Yu’s work here and here.

via Da Xiang Art Space

One Response to “Zhang Yu: Diffused Fingerprints”

  1. xtiaan March 30, 2012 at 12:44 pm #

    Im getting RSI just looking at it
    very impressive tho

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