The Japanese term ‘mono’ means ‘substance’.

How to make the material convey its richness of nature and simultaneously reveal a net of relationships of all the other coexisting substances, while as little artificial manipulation as possible intervenes?

This on-going composition exercise explores the simplest structures with restricted material usage to wood, metal, and stone. Pondering between their properties and limitations while carefully composing them with refined juxtapositions, the process is in search for a hidden structural allegory which creates the invisible energy

Based on the structural understanding from Mono, the practice evolves into a series of sculptures Sequence.

日文中的 mono 意味著物。



以 Mono 的結構理解,演變為系列雕塑作品 Sequence


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