2013 We just want to hold our heads upright.

This work is about the weight of human heads.  The weight of head reflects one’s physical and emotional status, and I visualize the tension between the inside and the outside of portrait figures. I also use multiple panel formation to explore how viewers engage their bodies with the artwork.  Through identifying the subjects, viewers are invited to feel the weight of their heads.

We just want to hold my heads upright diptych. 01 (2013, Ink on Paper, 120 x 80cm)

We just want to hold my heads upright diptych. 01 (2013, Ink on Paper, 120 x 80cm)

We just want to hold my heads upright diptych. 02 (2013, Ink on Paper, 120 x 80cm)

We just want to hold our heads upright. diptych 22_2013_ink on paper_30x70cm_25

 

We just want to hold our heads upright. diptych 22 (Ink on Paper 30 x 70cm)

We just want to hold our heads upright. diptych 11 (Ink on Paper 30 x 70cm)

We just want to hold our heads upright. diptych 21 (Ink on Paper 30 x 70cm)

We just want to hold our heads upright. diptych 20 (Ink on Paper 30 x 70cm)

We just want to hold our heads upright. diptych 19 (Ink on Paper 30 x 70cm)

We just want to hold our heads upright. diptych 18 (Ink on Paper 30 x 70cm)

We just want to hold our heads upright. diptych 16 (Ink on Paper 30 x 70cm)

We just want to hold our heads upright. diptych 15 (Ink on Paper 30 x 70cm)

We just want to hold our heads upright. diptych 13 (Ink on Paper 30 x 70cm)

We just want to hold our heads upright. diptych 12 (Ink on Paper 30 x 70cm)

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