DUST

Today, people live in an era of labelling. Like a stone statue in a museum and a wooden icon in a church, when given a distinctive label, our image becomes solidified. The immaculate possibilities and true souls of people are shaded and imprisoned in a finite body. The body is not just an external image that we show people, but also the psychological projection that binds our ideas and the social environment to us. For this artwork, the artist tried to peel off the dust layer of the solidified shell.

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River  30*40cm  acrylic paint, wax, acrylic and wood board

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Rebuild I  30*40cm  acrylic paint, wax, acrylic and wood board

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Self-portrait  30*40cm  acrylic paint, wax, acrylic and wood board

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Collapse  30*40cm  acrylic paint, wax, acrylic and wood board

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Abba  30*40cm  acrylic paint, wax, acrylic and wood board

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The Cage  30*40cm  acrylic paint, wax, acrylic and wood board