School of Arts & Humanities
MA Contemporary Art Practice, 2019
Three years ago, I made two hundred ceramic hollow stones and this work is not yet finished, it could also be said that it is still in progress by itself. I placed these two hundred small hollow stones in several different locations, on the mountains, in the streams, by the side of the road, by the sea: passersby will not notice the stones on the surface unless they pick them up. Thus leading them to think about the question of public space.
Following this idea, I made 300 ceramic bells as an instrument. The idea derives from my sensitivity to music and sound and the various experiences I have had in the temple in my childhood, as well as the feeling of nostalgia and healing for the sound of bells. Because of the first work 'Stone', where I enjoyed the process and the quality of silence and time, I started to implement 'rock rock'.
- BA Fine Art, Goldsmiths’ College, University of London, 2017
- Performance part of 'Aiweiwei', Royal Academy of Art, London, 2015
- Parade Art Prize, London, 2015