Invisible Dance is the model of a sculpture project created by Hu Jieming for the 1st International NanoArt Exhibition in November 2011. In this exhibition marrying both science and art, Hu used stainless steel to magnify an atomic dancing performance invisible to naked eyes. The abstract form of this work recalls La Danse by Henri Matisse while its harmony and beauty reflect fleeting moments in nano world. In the same vein as his solo exhibition Dozens of Days and Dozens of Years in 2007, focusing on the relationship between physical movement and time, the artist attempted to create a work from a microcosmic angle, following internal changes of the world.
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