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Hello 你好!by Lu De Sheng ... moreless

I believe that each of us has a unique talent and we have a special role to play in life. But when bounded by circumstances, confronted with challenges and fuelled with skepticism, some may resigned to what life brings and hence maynot realize his potential. Even so, I still believe we can. I believe that each of our potential and our role in life is beyond the social roles we played or determined by our profession. It is beyond words, beyond space, beyond time. It is limited by our own imagination.

What your talent? An accountant, a painter, or doctor? Or perhaps a child, a parent or a friend. Think about being a leader or supporter, maybe even a doubter or a destroyer. Why not a sun, a rain, or the wind or colour? Perhaps even a light, a hope, a bridge or a harbour? The possibilities are endless.

Imagine...无限大 by Shunzi.
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We are limited by our senses and influenced by our own interpretation. We are confined by our senses and logic. We are coloured by our predisposition and experiences. But we have a ‘heart’. It is the heart that drives us to bring the seemingly impossible into fruition.

Can fishes be swimming in the air? Yes, it can. It is in your heart!

Imagine Series 不可能是无限小
By Su Zhen Xiao苏晨筱
Gouache on Paper
52 cm x 38 cm
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As we become more connected and more information is shared across the globe, the world may seem like a harsher place than before. War, famine, refugee, pollution, crime... the list goes on. But has the world indeed become worse? Or it is just our perception of it. Ultimately it is reality.

Regardless if we know; do not know; want to know or do not want to know; what is happening around us – has happened. For many people, these issues seem so far away, it has minimal impact on their lives. Indifference, cynicism, resignation they are such a ubiquitous feeling and phenomena that in China that there is new term for it. But if you think about it, is it really that distant from us?

然并卵 (Ran Bing Luan) is a popular Chinese internet acronym coined in 2015. The phrase refers to some thing that seem very complex, but actually there is no substantive effect, nor have the desired outcome. It is used to express frustration and ridicule. This art project attempts to alleviate the sense of helplessness and frustration facing individuals, groups and societies today. Lu De Sheng invite participants to express their frustration over issues that they wish to highlight.

Participants choose the location that reflect their concerns and take a self -portrait with the 3 Chinese characters imbedded on their naked body. First two Chinese characters ‘然并’ are reflected on the face and chest. The last Chinese character ‘卵’- which means egg, is represented by the reproductive organ.
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As one grows older, we loose our childlike innocence. Our thoughts and behaviour are coloured by social conditioning and experiences. Our world is tinted by prejudices and emotions. Lei was intrigued by the creation of man and studied the Christian Bible. However, his works exude Buddhism influences. This is because Lei wishes to express the ‘original state of man’ from a philosophical rather than from only a theological perspective.

In addition, Lei’s has also skilfully infused a Yin-Yang quality into his works. Each of the glasswork exudes a childlike innocence, but at the same time embodies the strength of a grown man. There is vigour and vulnerability, radiance and serenity. The result is a unique artwork that is an eclectic embodiment of influences and ideas from Buddhism, Christianity and Taoism.

Paradise Series
by Lei Yun Rui 雷云瑞
Solid Glass 琉璃
23 cm x 23 cm x 60 cm
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