Series of "Dancer In The Air"
Medium and Measure: Paint, milk, water / Photoshop
Chinese traditional water color painting uses water’s permeability and activeness to present beauty. However, I discover another outstanding characteristic – tension. At the moment the water splashes, beautiful and natural forms are created. I treat them as a water dance in the sky. The series of works records the momentary beauty of painting materials when they are suspended briefly in mid air. After post-effect handling, I incorporate people’s dance into it. While man’s limbs are incomplete, I hope to use this effect to present the explosiveness of the dance.
Dancer In The Air #1
The destination may be the hope or the nightmare. However, you can only expect that miracles could alter the fate before the result is disclosed. What I manifest here is a maiden bound by destiny waiting for relief.
Dancer In The Air #2
Freedom is the most original desire for a life. It never stops flying freely even though it breaks its arms. Why I want to express this theme is that I believe the broken life contains the strongest explosive force and aesthetic feeling.
Dancer In The Air #3
people who is teeming with hopes and goals will run faster and faster. A maiden heading for the bright future is featured in the work.