Creator 創造者 #2
Life reveals its “beauty” in the dark. The "Space Farming" series focuses on the relationship between life and the universe, as a result, it reflects the relationship between human technology and nature; and the influence of master narrative, power and self-growth. The concept of the work is to borrow from the first Zinnia (2016 NASA space planting experiment) in full bloom in space, adding his own imagination, a metaphor for the local society and the future world. The flowers on Earth were dying. The bees were gone, the fields were dry, and the air was polluted. The only thing that could save the flowers was to take them to space. The flowers were carefully packaged and sent into orbit. They were placed in a special greenhouse where they could get the sunlight and water they needed. The flowers flourished in space and became the most beautiful flowers in the universe. People from all over the world came to see them. The flowers were a symbol of hope and showed everyone that even in the darkest of times, there was always the potential for new life.
Painting / Oil on Canvas
30cm (W) x 30cm (H)
Mint condition, mounted
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