flower in the mirror and moon in the water, Mixed technique, 2017

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contact lenses
contact lenses

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, Mixed technique, 2017

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mouth
mouth

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, Mixed technique, 2017

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eye
eye

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, Mixed technique, 2017

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hand
hand

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, Mixed technique, 2017

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my crucifix
my crucifix

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, Mixed technique, 2017

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seungwan
seungwan

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, Mixed technique, 2017

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primavera 春
primavera 春

Mixed technique, 2017

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estate 夏
estate 夏

Mixed technique, 2017

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Model: Ke Wenhsueh
Model: Ke Wenhsueh

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, body painting, 2016

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Model: Fan Dandan
Model: Fan Dandan

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, body painting, 2016

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Model: Fan Dandan
Model: Fan Dandan

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, body painting, 2016

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Model: Cao Qianwen
Model: Cao Qianwen

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, body painting, 2016

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Model: Cao Qianwen
Model: Cao Qianwen

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, body painting, 2016

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Model: Fan Dandan
Model: Fan Dandan

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, body painting, 2016

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Model: Park Seungwan
Model: Park Seungwan

flower in the mirror and moon in the water, body painting, 2016

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Calm Squares
Calm Squares

Analogical photography,2016

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Calm Squares
Calm Squares

Analogical photography,2016

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Calm Squares
Calm Squares

Analogical photography,2016

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Calm Squares
Calm Squares

Analogical photography,2016

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Calm Squares
Calm Squares

Analogical photography,2016

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Calm Squares

Analogical Photography, 2016, variable size

 

 

In Chinese language, there is nothing in common between the ideograms and the way in which they are pronounced. In ancient Chinese poems, there is a criterion of pronunciation rhythm to follow, and a certain number of ideograms and number of sentences (usually 4 or 8 sentences with 5 or 7 ideograms each), because each ideogram has a single syllable.

In my drawings each ideogram is replaced by a picture in which the intensity of the tonality is marked by the number of strokes that has the ideogram that represents, the poem is then transformed into a abstract painting .

The squares will be screened in a dark room, where the original Mandarin Chinese poems recited will be played simultaneously.