Rewriting the rules of the game, acting according to one's instinct, and deciding to implement a change through a process... Read More
Rewriting the rules of the game, acting according to one's instinct, and deciding to implement a change through a process of re-functioning that destabilizes but also intrigues, intrigues and stimulates a growing curiosity towards an illogical and dysfunctional irreality. XinHan Yú, starting from elements belonging to the digital world, has given rise to a short-circuit, visual and tangible, found in reality.
Tanks are a unique symbol for China, not only as a symbol of power but also as a symbol of banned words. The most famous of these events is the "Tiananmen Square protests" or "Tiananmen Square massacre" on June 4, 1989, which China calls the 'June Fourth Incident. No information about this event is available on the Chinese Internet. The most recent incident was this year when the government permanently banned a famous internet celebrity with 61.8 million followers for selling ice cream in the shape of a Type 59 tank on the June Fourth Incident.
This compassionate message and symbol have always been my concern, so I chose the tank as the image symbol. And in Chinese folklore, pink is gendered, and we would call it 'the young girl pink', a symbol of softness and frailty. And the inflatable device with a plush surface seems to give the work this image of a large, hard but easily destroyed appearance.