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From Outside the Door to Once Upon a Land, Luo Shuhang ventured into a narrative journey concerning body and space.   “Once Upon a Land” creates intertextuality between painted images and images, even a dialogue that spans time and space. Such an intertextual approach is similar to the “colophons” in traditional painting. The appearance of colophons marks another […]

When I walk into Hang Tian’s solo exhibition, it can be discovered that “photography” undergoes a series of experiments in an artificial way. The plane image has disappeared, and the entire exhibition hall resembles an immense installation art.   These different ways of displaying and viewing are based on the discussion of photography by Hang […]

I photographed these photographs during the special activity before Chinese New Year. During the Spring festival people provide sacrifices which including food, tea and alcohol to worship gods and their ancestors. One of the important activities is to burn paper made to resemble money. These photos are the burning paper. Abstract images are materials obtained […]

“All that is solid melts into air”. This is not a sudden moment, but a long-term hiding in the past we were convinced. Just like the firm belief in the world, the material in experience is a solid existence. The grasp of material meaning comes from language. It seems to have the power to determine […]

Different states of persimmon-growing, mature and rotten. Broken lanterns in the river. Bonsai and its shadows.  

Inksticks or ink cakes are a kind of solid ink, which is made in a traditional Chinese processes and used as one of the most significant material in calligraphy and brush painting. Main materials of inksticks are soot, animal glue and something with incense or medicinal scents. And they looks as following pictures I put. […]


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