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Han Feng description of his work

2016 Author: Han Feng Translator: Tao Sha 2016

My work explores the abstract structure of daily objects, as well as the progressive forces which is implicit inside the structure, processed with attraction, magnification, accumulation and transformation, etc. (‘One produced Two; Two produced Three; Three produced All Things’, quoted from Taoism classic "Tao Te Ching" ). Are artifacts increasingly biased from the biological and natural orbit? And how the planar works view and understand our world from multiple dimensions?

The ATMs and stadiums from Somewhere series are constructed in a structure that resembles nature world’s whirlpools, black holes and circular stacks. They seems to be enlarged infinitely, and thus creating a field of attraction, amplification and self-cycling.

The doors of Somewhere series discuss the issue about viewing: from different perspectives, different conclusions would be formed. From a certain angle, the trapezoidal frame is in accordance with the single-perspective of the door, while from another perspective, it will cause a strong sense of visual discomfort. The entrance of Heaven is narrow, but when it comes to be too narrow, is it because we are viewing at a wrong perspective?

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