“I’m not good at words, but through painting I say a little better.” (Han Feng)
Han Feng’s painting usually conveys a feeling that it has been placed for many years, with seemingly faded colours, lightness and emptiness. The sense of calm and alienation of the work lures the audience to step closer. Audience may feel like entering a dream without entrance or exit, boundless and imaginary. It is fulfilled of all kinds of possibilities, as well as dilemmas. The “way” here is not a certain path to somewhere, but a space that generates confusion and fear. It is what Han has pointed out when confronted with the futile effort and the fabricated of modernism.