ROBBBB is a Chinese street artist who’s risen to acclaim in the world of contemporary art over recent years. Based in Beijing, the young artist is best known for the life-sized characters he wheat pastes on abandoned buildings and in half-demolished neighborhoods. His work satirizes the contradictions of our modern lives and the darker aspects of human nature. Anxiety, hostility, distress, and fear – topics that many people would rather turn a blind eye to – are common throughout his work.
来自中国的街头艺术家 ROBBBB ，近年来在当代艺术界享有盛誉。这位年轻的艺术家长居北京，他最出名的是在废弃的建筑和半拆除的小区里，画上和真人等大的人物形象。他作品中那种尖刻的幽默感讽刺了现代社会存在的矛盾，以及我们通常更愿意视而不见的人性黑暗面——焦虑、痛苦、敌意、软弱和恐惧。
Born in 1990, the young artist believes much of his art stems from his misunderstandings of society, or to be more precise, his subjective misinterpretations of an objective reality. But this a point of pride for ROBBBB – he sees misinterpretations as being channels through which art and creativity can manifest and thrive.
“As an example, everyone will interpret the messages and ideas conveyed by a good film differently depending on their own individual experiences,” ROBBBB says. “I feel like this is how the world is created, from endless misinterpretations and perspectives. The important thing is to express it.”
生于 1990 年的他，认为自己的大部分艺术源于对社会的误解，或者更确切地说，是对客观现实的主观误解。但这也是 ROBBBB 引以为傲的一点，他认为误解是艺术和创造力得以表现和发展的途径。
From a pot-bellied spiderman eating skewered spiders to clowns fighting over Chinese porcelain, the farfetched imagery ROBBBB incorporates into his work is ultimately a way for him to force viewers to contemplate on the absurdities of our everyday reality.
Contributor & Videographer: George Zhi Zhao
供稿人与视频摄影师: George Zhi Zhao