Preparing for the graduation exhibition, I made a series of Caged Man sculptures in different shapes and materials. But these were small experimental works, for the final exhibition, I planned to create a big spatial installation.
It started with a sleepless night, I took a roll of toilet paper as a diary and wrote down my messy mind on it. When the toilet paper roll was full of my writings, I took some photos for it, surprisingly, I was attracted by its flexibility in shapes, it could be any kind of shape softly, which shaped the space beautifully.
” I will build you the most beautiful cage in the world ” Continue reading
a caged man
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During the multidisciplinary study at the Royal College of Art, I have tried various study options and got introduced of different learning and research methods, which challenged my perceptions and enabled me to think deeper in my art practice and myself.