The Birth of Memories

Over time, memories fade; their fragments are fossilized and reside somewhere in my unconscious mind. Each fragment is not very clear but has subtle tracks. They could be found in various forms like objects, smells, colors, and emotions. I explore these fragments which have been hidden for a while, to paraphrase Walter Benjamin, like a man digging the earth to find dead cities. I try to synthesize my old memories across time to make them live again in my work. In this process, memories are no longer ambiguous, but they are articulated in a tangible and visible form.

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Year: 2020
Dimensions: 50″ x 80″ X 50″
Medium: Ceramic, Linen yarn