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OUYANG Jiaqi

歐陽嘉琪

auyeungkk1234@gmail.com

OUYANG Jiaqi is good at using cloth as creative material. She enjoys the process of tailoring and stitching. She uses stitches, thread, and scissors to record daily observations as well as cloth to express her understanding of the world.

歐陽嘉琪擅長以布作為創作物料。她享受剪裁縫合的過程,以一針一線一剪刀紀錄日常觀察到的事物,用布表達對世界的理解。

The Dancer

Plaster, metal

52 × 48 × 112 cm

The legs rely on each other. Therefore they can maintain balance and even dance. The left leg is a doll's leg indicating that he is a disabled man with prosthetics. Despite that, he still dances. Just like how the Vénus de Milo losing her arms remained a mystery, the dancing legs allow people to imagine what the body would be like.

OUYANG Jiaqi

歐陽嘉琪

auyeungkk1234@gmail.com

OUYANG Jiaqi is good at using cloth as creative material. She enjoys the process of tailoring and stitching. She uses stitches, thread, and scissors to record daily observations as well as cloth to express her understanding of the world.

歐陽嘉琪擅長以布作為創作物料。她享受剪裁縫合的過程,以一針一線一剪刀紀錄日常觀察到的事物,用布表達對世界的理解。

The Projection of Body

Clay, acrylic board, tape, light

26 × 13 × 30 cm

Marta C Gonzalez was a former ballerina of New York Ballet in the 1960s. Because of Alzheimer’s, she suffered from memory loss and was bound to a wheelchair in her old age. However, when headphones playing Tschaikovsky's Swan Lake were placed on Marta, she remembered the choreography and began to move her arms and danced on the wheelchair. It is amazing that the body memory is deep in the body and never lost. And the power of music can bring it back.