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b. 1970, works and lives in Beijing

Free-Standing Sculpture
Wood, Iron Stand
143(H)*50(W)*50cm | Woodcarving 50*25*25cm

This is a sculpture I made in 2010. I had been keen on woodcarving for a long time, but never put it into practice. It was based on the tableau of my paintings. I had been carving it from time to time for half a year. The tools didn’t work out very much and made the process quite laboursome which was beyond my expectation. When the rough draft was done, I started carving the details, but the technique dragged on me. Then it was suspended. Until 2012, I started to carve it again, but occasionally.
When I looked at it again with new perspective, it did look a bit of puffy and uneasy, but somehow it was kind of funny and amusing. I haven’t altered it from then on. Later, it looks more and more agreeable. I weld an iron supporter for it, now it has become one of my favorites.

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Related Exhibitions:
Zhao Yang: In Between Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, TNUA, Taipei 12.23, 2016 -02.12, 2017
The Uncertain, or the Shelved... ShanghART H-Space, Shanghai 07.16, 2016 -08.25, 2016


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