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Zelan(是蘭)

是蘭

Zelan

- Japan

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Faraway Children Reading Chaos III

Faraway Children Reading Chaos III

$1,047.62 USD w36.4 x h51.3 x d2 CM

Faraway Children Reading Chaos II

Faraway Children Reading Chaos II

$952.38 USD w27.5 x h45.5 x d1.8 CM

Faraway Children Reading Chaos I

Faraway Children Reading Chaos I

$952.38 USD w27.5 x h45.5 x d1.8 CM

Standing Shadow

Standing Shadow

$495.24 USD w14.8 x h21 x d2 CM

Awakening 5

Awakening 5

$609.52 USD w14 x h18 x d2 CM

Awakening 4

Awakening 4

$609.52 USD w14 x h18 x d2 CM

Awakening 3

Awakening 3

$609.52 USD w14 x h18 x d2 CM

Awakening 2

Awakening 2

$609.52 USD w14 x h18 x d2 CM

Awakening 1

Awakening 1

$609.52 USD w14 x h18 x d2 CM

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Concept

Koriran began his work with collage using printed materials, and has since developed his work into paintings that are freer in size and matière.In recent years, she has been using acrylic paint, India ink, and alcohol ink, as well as collage, stencil printing, decalcomania, digital output, and other...
Koriran began his work with collage using printed materials, and has since developed his work into paintings that are freer in size and matière.
In recent years, she has been using acrylic paint, India ink, and alcohol ink, as well as collage, stencil printing, decalcomania, digital output, and other forms of "coincidence, combination, and plate expression" to explore this world as a "hypothetical" one that, like natural phenomena and human psychology, is constantly changing as it interacts with other entities. I am exploring this world as a "hypothetical" world that is constantly changing while relating to other entities, such as natural phenomena and human psychology.

Koriran's interest lies not in the representation of something concrete, but in the openness of his work to meaning, and in the process of bringing together disparate elements in a single encounter, rather than in the traditional process of painting, which is a highly integrated process of looking at motifs, color, and composition as a whole. This is simply because that is what reality seems to be. Whatever one's intentions, one does not know when, where, by whom, or what phenomena one will encounter, and whether or not they are important to one's life. Much is made up of chance, choice and combination, and every event is related to another, and is always in flux.

Da Vinci wrote in his manuscript, "Everything is interconnected.
This may be a Buddhist or Eastern rather than a Christian perception. The complex cause-and-effect relationships in this world never stop moving, but Koran attempts to capture the moment in his work.

Biography

After graduating from Sophia University's Faculty of Foreign Languages with a degree in French, he joined Sony Corporation. He has served as an executive staff member, manager, and director of portfolio companies in the company's product quality control and venture investment divisions. While workin...
After graduating from Sophia University's Faculty of Foreign Languages with a degree in French, he joined Sony Corporation. He has served as an executive staff member, manager, and director of portfolio companies in the company's product quality control and venture investment divisions. While working at Sony, he met Kenji Kitagawa, a leading artist of copperplate prints, objects, and collages, and began to create works of art, which encouraged him to become an artist.
In addition to solo exhibitions, he has participated in art fairs and exhibitions such as the Kudoyama Art Festival (Wakayama), the Iwakuni Biennale (Yamaguchi), and the Kyoto Art Center Gei Bunkyo Exhibition. He has received the Gold Prize at the National Washi-ga Exhibition, the Second Prize at the FUKUI Sam Hall Art Exhibition, the FEI Print Award at the International Print Competition, the Window of Art Award, and other awards.
His works are in many private collections, and his corporate and gallery collections include Polaris Capital Group Corporation, Innovation Institute, Japan Business Portal Limited Liability Partnership, Fukui Culture Center, and Porto Libre. Commissioned works include: Lionheart, Hankyu Men's, Osaka Hankyu Umeda store, Peter Hammill (British musician) 2017 Japan tour commemorative work, Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin (British musician) 2018 Tokyo concert goods production. production, etc.
Lecturer at Meguro Gakuen Culture School "First Time Collage". Born in Toyama Prefecture and currently lives in Tokyo.

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