Those shapes and colours of Rhythm seem to be plain and simple, interweaving and meandering rhythmically like the lapping of waves and the rhymes of poems. Shao Yi’s works always contain his idea and application of objects and materials. In the context of post-industrialisation, reviewing and reinterpreting Chinese traditional cultural elements, he subtly integrates traditional and industrial civilisation by reconstructing, transforming and creating simple materials. By connecting the past, the present and the future, Shao therefore builds up a spiritual symbolic world of his own by creating works of art with qualitative changes.
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