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Hug Yin Wan

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Growing up in a Buddhist family inspired me to believe in the concept of impermanence in life. Having experienced the effects of life and death a few years back, I am painfully aware that the existence of each being is temporary and subject to constant change beyond one’s control. Impermanence is an undeniable and inescapable fact of human existence from which nothing belongs to the earth. The way to understand things are impermanent, is that it is a stage of change, nothing is fixed and durable in this world. I use lines in my work to create out infinity visual works. Life is just like a line, it is made of the joined points from a starting point to an ending point. The repetition of lines create an illusion of motion space, like the feel of impermanence, continuously running and changing. Crow, in various cultures, especially Chinese, is an inauspicious sign with connotations of wickedness and cruelty. The crow in my work symbolizes the arrival of death; the liquidity of lines is like our life, beautiful but uncertainty.

Hug Yin Wan See Through (Collection of 6 work), 2019

£1,850.00
H 30 cm x W 30 cm x D 4.4 cm
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Ships from: Malaysia
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About Hug Yin Wan

About the artwork

Growing up in a Buddhist family inspired me to believe in the concept of impermanence in life. Having experienced the effects of life and death a few years back, I am painfully aware that the existence of each being is temporary and subject to constant change beyond one’s control. Impermanence is an undeniable and inescapable fact of human existence from which nothing belongs to the earth. The way to understand things are impermanent, is that it is a stage of change, nothing is fixed and durable in this world. I use lines in my work to create out infinity visual works. Life is just like a line, it is made of the joined points from a starting point to an ending point. The repetition of lines create an illusion of motion space, like the feel of impermanence, continuously running and changing. Crow, in various cultures, especially Chinese, is an inauspicious sign with connotations of wickedness and cruelty. The crow in my work symbolizes the arrival of death; the liquidity of lines is like our life, beautiful but uncertainty.

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