The Past Exhibitions
Sange: Scattered Flowers－Hung-Tai Li’s Solo Exhibition
In its simplest form, Sange (散華) refers to the scattering or dispersing of flower petals in awe and admiration. British poet William Blake’s popular poem “To see a World in a Grain of Sand and a Heaven in a Wild Flower” sees just a single flower as a tiny reflection of much greater beauty. Taken together, these references are reminders of how floral blossoms or fallen leaves depict the beauty of life. The exhibition Sange: Scattered Flowers flows from this theme.
Focus：The body of work is divided into three parts: ‘Seasonal Flora’, ‘Southern Island’, and ‘Exotic Land’. Sprinkled with gold or silver powder using the Maki-e technique, the lacquered artworks express not only the feature of the natural matter but also the interwoven effect of light and color.