Artist Recreates Traditional Chinese Painting Using Rollerblades

Haisu Tian is an artist in Fremont, California. One of her recent projects puts a new spin on traditional Chinese ink painting. In Landskating, Tian composed an enormous landscape on sheets of rice paper. To apply the ink, she didn’t use a paintbrush, but rollerblades.

Tian’s rollerblades were modified to stream ink over the front wheels from a reservoir mounted in front of the toes. She described it as a full-body experience of composition:

My whole body is involved and I produce all kinds of ink landscapes, such creation is full of power, speed and rhythm.


(Video Link)

You can see Tian at work in this video showing the creation of her landskated painting, which measures 43 feet by 20 feet. You can read more about her at the Daily Mail.

-via Swiss Miss


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