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b. 1945, works and lives in Tiantai, Zhejiang Province

The idea of this work comes from the silk garment excavated from King Ma’s Mound. The silk garment, as thin as cicada’s wings, tells all the memories and history. This piece of circular silk is created upon the artist’s acquaintance of the biological clock of silkworm, the span of its spinning activity and the regularity of how it piles silk up. The light casts a dim shadow from the silk on the wall, floating, and then leaks away. It seems to depict a tunnel expanding infinitely.

Detail pictures:

Related Exhibitions:
The Curitiba International Biennale 2017, Oscar Niemeyer Museum, Curitiba, Brazil 09.30, 2017 -02.25, 2018
Alchemical Dissent: Silkworms, Mushrooms and Random Brush Strokes, Times Art Museum, Beijing 09.25, 2016 -10.15, 2016
Three and One Third, Kylin Contemporary Center of Art, Beijing 10.23, 2015 -12.23, 2015

Related Works:
Moon Garden
Moon Garden
Moon Garden


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