Catalogue of joint exhibition entitled Fiction@Love held at the Musuem of Contemporary Art, Shanghai in 2006. Featured in the exhibition are works inspired by cartoons and animation. According to Kwok Kian Chow (Director of Singapore Art Museum), the space between reality and fiction has inspired artists of the new century to widely infuse digital technology, comics, cartoons and animation with their creations. In half a century, this expression as influenced by the pop artists of the 60s has blurred the boundaries between art and non-art. It also cultivates the boundless territories of the artists' free expression. Regarded by scholars as the ninth art, these new techniques are flying towards new and unpredictable directions. The present exhibition also features works presented by Nokia's Connect to Art initiative.
這是上海當代藝術館2006年舉辦《虛擬@愛》聯展的圖錄。這批作品的創作靈感皆來自動漫畫作品。據新加坡美術館總監郭建超及上海當代藝術館主席兼館長龔明光分析：「就在這真實與虛幻之間，激發了新世代的藝術家，廣泛利用數碼科技、漫畫、卡通和動畫等手法來創作。這種受到上一世紀60年代西方波普藝術影響的表現方法，半世紀以來，其實已經模糊了藝術與非藝術之間的界線，如今透過動畫、漫畫、卡通等的大量流行，進入21世紀，藝術的概念正不斷被拓寬。這股動漫藝術的新潮流，不單是激發了藝術家自由創作的無邊疆域，也拓寬了觀賞者的想象空間。這種詮釋動漫藝術的手法，現在已被有些研究者列為第九藝術，朝向無法預測的新方向飛速邁進。」是次活動亦展出了Nokia與藝術界十位頂尖藝術家攜手推出的「聯結藝術計畫」(Connect to Art Project)。
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