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INVISIBLE: Box Series

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INVISIBLE: Box Series Acrylic on Panel 22 X 22 X 55 Cm © YI-HSIN TZENG
INVISIBLE: Box Series

December 10th, 2008 - January 4th, 2009

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.scad.edu/
COUNTRY:  
United States
ARTS ORGANIZATION:  
Savannah college of art and design
SCHOOL ASSOCIATION:  
Savannah College of Art and Design
TAGS:  
installation, modern, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

 

It does not mean nonexistent, even when we cannot see it.

After coming USA, I focus on exploring the shape and the color of human desire. I believe that the most attractive desire exists in a state of ambiguity. In this series, I draw images from Internet and then recreate into black-white figures with strange positions for the front side of boxes. For the side view, I generate large amount of colorful semi-fluid to reveal these ambiguous desire underneath. Adjusting the height of boxes does not only suggest the amount of desire for the figures on the front side but also provoke the similar part of my viewers in the gallery.

I love you so much that I want to hug you.
I love you so much that I want to have a French Kiss with you.
I love you so much that I want to strip you off.
I love you so much that I want to make love with you.
I love you so much that I want to...
I love you so much...