Trapped in a Crowd
acrylics and Chinese calligraphy ink on canvas
20 x 30 inches (50 x 75 cm)
The images fuse together and transform into other images in a rhythmic frenzy as if they were moving acrylic paintings. It resembled a mixture of faces, human bodies. The painting comprises broken and reconstructed pieces, and then the illegible and ambiguous subconsciousness suddenly becomes symbols and surreal objects.
For me, randomly combining different organisms is another way of entering the unconscious, of escaping from conscious thoughts, and possibly, of tweaking the deepest beliefs about art and connecting the higher self.