slime, slime, slime 🔮

Personal research on visualisation of slime (ASMR).
27 Nov, 2019

a thousand origami cranes 🌍 

Quale, Song is one of the reciprocal studios in MA GMD, held by Paul Elliman. The workshop opens our mind and encourages us to explore the feeling towards abstraction. The shared materials, notes and experiences are really helpful, and it is inspiring to see works based on participant's own culture.

The song “Has man a future?” from the Chinese singer Lizhi was released in 2006 on his third album, and I was thinking about the figure of the mother in this song as a symbolic medium for pouring ourselves out, expressing pure feeling, a source for unloading our emotional anxieties, our fears and apprehensions, a way to release honest questions without any inhibitions. As the writer Romain Rolland said, “there is only one true heroism in the world: to see the world as it is and to love it.” We need to think about things seriously, to have empathy, to bloom this summer, to look at the stars when you can, and most importantly, to love.

I selected some photos I took in my hometown and in Beijing, the expressions of people and the scenes I encountered have attracted me, they also give me similar affects as Lizhi ’s song. Then I thought about the origami crane, which is a medium of hope, an ancient Japanese legend promises that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish by the gods. I used the printed photos to fold the origami cranes and wrote the Chinese lyrics on them. Has man a future? I don't know but I hope so.

Feb, 2020

The Moon is a Mirari 🌕

The word mirage comes from the Latin mirari, means ‘to look at, to wonder at’. It is a real optical phenomenon that can be captured on camera. What the image appears to represent, however, is determined by the interpretive faculties of the human mind. [Wiki]
Monkeys fishing Moon.
25 Dec, 2019

framed moments 🕊️

The reasearch process of This Swirling Mass of Atoms.
Feb, 2021