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  • 城市雕塑-上海陆家嘴

    Shanghai Financial District

    2017

    在Norwood Viviano的作品中,利用地图学和工业材料进行装置创作和雕塑创作,其中反应了众多影响美国城市人口发展的社会因素和环境变迁。此件作品是Viviano特别为上海手机万博登录博物馆定制,其原型为上海陆家嘴金融贸易区。

    Norwood Viviano uses tools of mapping and materials of industry to make installations and sculptures, which consider various social and environmental factors leading to population changes in American cities. This brand-new work is specially customized for the Shanghai Museum of Glass and its prototype is based on the Lujiazui District CBD of Shanghai.

    艺术家简介 About The Artist

    40-2

    Norwood Viviano

    USA/美国

    *1966

    https://www.norwoodviviano.com

    Norwood Viviano的作品始终关注变化。利用3D建模和打印,并有机结合手机万博登录吹制和铸造技术,艺术家利用作品生动地表现了工业与社区的变迁对于人口变化的相互作用。通过展现景观和人口如何因工业而改变,他的作品为观众提供了关注那些看不见或经常被遗忘实物的3D镜头。在他作品中的吹制手机万博登录和灯片图画是地区,民族乃至国际层面巨大变迁的微观反应。

    Viviano的作品“城市:离开与偏差”在2014年威尼斯建筑双年展展出。他的其他作品被世界各大博物馆收藏,包括美国康宁手机万博登录博物馆,迪阳美术馆,布拉格装饰艺术博物馆,塔科马手机万博登录博物馆,克莱斯勒博物馆等。Viviano现任Grand Valley大学副教授及雕塑系

    Norwood Viviano’s work is about change. Utilizing digital 3D computer modeling and printing technology in tandem with glass blowing and casting processes, he creates work depicting population shifts tied to the dynamic between industry and community. By showing how landscapes and populations move and are modified as a result of industry, his work creates a 3D lens to view that which is invisible or forgotten. His use of blown glass forms and vinyl cut drawings are micro-models of macro changes at the regional, national, and international level.

    Viviano’s work from his installation Cities: Departure & Deviation was shown at the 2014 Architecture Biennale in Venice. His work has been the subject of a solo museum exhibitions at the Grand Rapids Art Museum, Chrysler Museum of Art and included in group exhibitions at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Renwick Gallery. Norwood received a BFA from Alfred University and an MFA in Sculpture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. His pieces are held in the collections of the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY, deYoung Museum, San Francisco, CA; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague, CZ; Shanghai Museum of Glass, Shanghai, China; and the Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA, as well as in private collections. Norwood is currently an Associate Professor and Sculpture Program Coordinator at Grand Valley State University.