LOSS

Photography, sculpture

2019

I, Photography, polyvinyl acetate, 59.4 x 76.6 cm

II, Photography, polyvinyl acetate, 76.6 x 59.4 cm

III, Photography, polyvinyl acetate, 76.6 x 59.4 cm

IV
Sculpture, polyvinyl acetate

Memory could be explicit and implicit for individuals; in the meantime, the collective memories are cultural and communicative. The liquidity and transition of memories interweaves images and materials through Loss. The memory in the work mirrors friends’ intimate life and my nomadic state from different locations. Every residence I experience forms the intersection of my emotions with others. Portrayed faces swim between this liquid glue and peeled-off pieces. They are exposed and paused on the large-size inject prints; to see how the fragments and vestiges fluid on the surface, overlapping on the original image. Partial information and imageries is getting into eyes with subtle lighting.

The exuviating happens on this body, the residue of which follows the memory of the liquid material from wet to dry; from hidden to lucid. The defaced images dissolves in the water to integrate in the structure of skins. The flexible materials transfer the shape as a body without filled content; unlinking is in one side of the installation. The rough edge contacts with air in this space and presents the height being above the vision. Pain of memory is dissolving.