24 July 2016

Wabi-sabi 侘寂 Asperity as Loo Ping ループ

Wabi-sabi (侘寂)
Asperity

Asperity, 2016
Alterism : Performance Art
as Loo Ping
Chasealias DS Pollack


Characteristics of the wabi-sabi aesthetic include asymmetry, asperity (roughness or irregularity), simplicity, economy, austerity, modesty, intimacy, and appreciation of the ingenuous integrity of natural objects and processes.

Alterism :: Performance Art

as Loo Ping ループ

Chasealias DS Pollack

Natural Simplicity 侘 寂 Wabi-sabi as Loo Ping ループ

Wabi-sabi (侘 寂)
Wisdom in Natural Simplicity

Natural Simplicity, 2016
Alterism : Performance Art
as Loo Ping
Chasealias DS Pollack


After centuries of incorporating artistic and Buddhist influences from China, wabi-sabi eventually evolved into a distinctly Japanese ideal. Over time, the meanings of wabi and sabi shifted to become more lighthearted and hopeful. Around 700 years ago, particularly among the Japanese nobility, understanding emptiness and imperfection was honored as tantamount to the first step to satori, or enlightenment. In today's Japan, the meaning of wabi-sabi is often condensed to "wisdom in natural simplicity." In art books, it is typically defined as "flawed beauty."[6]  Gold (2004), pp. 20–21  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wabi-sabi

Alterism :: Performance Art

as Loo Ping ループ

Chasealias DS  Pollack

侘 寂 Wabi-sabi as Loo Ping ループ

侘 寂  Wabi-sabi

Wabi-sabi, 2016
as Loo Ping
Alerism : Performance Art
Chasealias


The aesthetic is sometimes described as one of beauty that is "imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete".[2]

Alterism : Performance Art

as Loo Ping  ループ