"Angel Lace" (天使蕾丝)
"Angel Lace" by island6 Art Collective (Liu Dao)
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Throughout our lifetime there will always be times when we feel stuck or out of place, it’s inevitable. When you find yourself feeling this way remember it’s merely temporary, eventually you will make it out. In 1911, Claude Monet had a two-year hiatus, after which he emerged from creating his most ambitious paintings The Grandes Decorations. There’s always a light at the end of the tunnel, but in order to make it out you need to keep moving, otherwise the light remains a mere point of hope in the distance. In a 2003 interview, Chuck Close expressed, “Inspiration is for amateurs — the rest of us just show up and get to work.” So, whether you’re feeling trapped, stuck, or simply uncomfortable, remember there’s always a way out, but it’s going to take some effort. Perspective also plays a very important role in this process. Take for example, Ai Weiwei’s work “I always want people to realize something later.” It’s easy to get lost in the intricate details involved in the art of paper cutting, but focusing solely on the small exquisite characteristics, you will miss the bigger picture. In life, however often or rare it might be, it’s necessary to stop and smell the flowers.
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Unique Edition, Shanghai 2020
RGB LED display, Chinese papercut (Jian Zhi 剪紙) on Plexiglass, paper collage, teakwood frame
102(W)×102(H)×5.5(D) cm // 33.4 kg
• 1×SLC SD Card
• 5×MWLPV-60-5 (INPUT 100~240VAC@1.2A / OUTPUT 5V@8A)
• 1×MWLPV20-5 (INPUT 100~240VAC@0.55A / OUTPUT 5V@3A)
• (10+1 spare)×RGB P5-2525(RGB20)-64X32-8S-M1
115(W)×115(H)×18(D) cm // 61 kg
Bright Lights, Flashy Lifestyles” at island6 Shanghai Main Space
Tang Dashi 汤大师 & He Dashi 贺大师 (Chinese paper cutting 剪紙) • Zoé Charvériat-Young 杨素儿 (performance) • Yeung Sin Ching 杨倩菁 (production supervisor) • Thomas Charvériat (art direction & animation)

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