2017.5.6 Sat ─ 5.21 Sun
開幕茶會 Reception_5.6 Sat 14:00
“Defect and Stains of the Living” A solo exhibition by Lin Yen-Hsin.
Diamonds are pure carbon crystals that have been under great pressure for years and years, but even the glass, which is easily fell into pieces, is a translucent silica that has been burned at thousands of degrees.
There is a small shop that sells some low-sugar dessert at the hall of the hospital. Every evening inside the shop there are always parents with children living in the ward upstairs taking walk and picking some juice, dessert as a solution to the treatment of boredom. Children under chemotherapy cherish the love in the hands with a weak smile despite the loss of appetite. Those children are so small that I can’t even see them in the wheelchair, only see the huge drip of the bottle on the top, carrying the hope of their parents and doctors. They lost their health before growing up to learn to spoil their own health.
Children that wearing masks are too tired to tell. Moments of a blink of an eye will die, we are struggling to live, to laugh and to be hurt. We also exchange our life with the selfless of nature. Life is like the water stains on the bottle of apple juice. And these weak and broken moments, are the leaves that might soon fly away with wind, insignificant, yet bearing in mind at all time.