42 x 42 cm Edition of 125 2015 Certificate signed by the artist
At first glance, this image is a typical traditional Chinese free-hand-style painting. However, upon closer inspection, you can spot the differences against a traditional Chinese painting. The landscape is not realistic but surrealistic: the mountains grow in flowerpots and the flying paper cranes bear newspaper lines. The artist is trying to create a magical space that is inclined to be austere and flat but invites viewers’ imaginations. The images not only have its roots in traditional Chinese aesthetics but also interact with the complex consciousness and subconsciousness in the contemporary social environment.