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Selected Work

  • Sleeping Piano

  • 111 x 146 x 225 cm
  • Mixed Media Installation
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  • 2014
  • How we see the old things with a new vision inspires our view of the world and the way we live now.

    Fumio Nanjo, The director of the Mori Art Museum said, " our world is currently undergoing a period of fundamental transformation. These changes are being propelled by significant advances across fields such as digital technology, aeronautics, medicine and physics. The transformation is ultimately even influencing our philosophical understanding of human existence and aesthetics."

    'Sleeping Piano' is the dream maker.

    It's beautiful. And so weird.

Artist Introduction

Artist
PENG Xiao-jing
Graduate Year
2014