Page 89 - 2019 RMIT School of Art BAFA Exhibition Catalogue
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Welcome To Me --Detail
Used makeup pads
100cm x 100cm x 200cm (approx)
Moon’s Gravestone
Sandstone, Spray lacquer 20cm x 90cm x 120cm (approx)
A Fake and Dead Body
Wire, Gauze, Acrylic color, a Inflatable doll
130cm x 120cm x 300cm (approx)
Exploring the relationship between artist and audience, and the relationship between daily life objects and myself was the most important part of my practice. Research into Buddhist concepts
and the gaze theory of Lacan guided my practice and helped me to focus on how to engage the audience in my work. I also explored the boundaries and differences between art and life through the use of everyday objects as material in my practice. The Japanese art movement mono-ha provided a strong foundation for how I explored my daily life, objects and materials. Alongside these concepts, I also used explored myself through ideas of the everyday.
Xiaoyin (Charley) Huang
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