In the manner of archaeological observation, I interpret the reflection on the situation of human body of the current industrial materials. Stainless steel is used, and through melting and welding by machinery, the flowing droplets on the surface are formed. From point, plane, to volume, the work represents mankind’sphysical intentions andindustrial materials. In the creative process, I deliberately kept this body in an incomplete state; the work is kept in a fragmented form for the purpose of utilization. The textural surface of the body has countless holes, and from inside the body to above the body, lights are installed. The work itself triggers contemplation on the connection with the internal space, and the light can shine through and illuminate the surrounding from inside the sculpture, allowing material and non-material elements to interweave, bombard, and dialogue; in addition to enhancing the perception of the visual energy, it also accentuates the work’s broken fragments and sedimentary expression.
Body of Steel
Stainless steel, fluorescent lamp, projector