The shadows drifting on the lake switch their unpredictable trajectories over time.
Sometimes it springs; sometimes, it is soaked in the lake, while sometimes, it dances.
It is the whiteness that shines in the daylight and the moonlit that sways at nightfall.
Drawing on the nourishment of religious culture, artist HSU Tung-Lung reinterprets oriental mythological figures in an abstract sense with his accumulated aesthetics. Evert cut on the jade comes from a memory embedded in the body. He uses ribbons to bring lightness to the sculpture, guiding the viewer to follow the rhythm of the work and to investigate the context in the layers of the jade.
The light and shadows reveal delicate changes of light and darkness, and the quietness hidden in the crevices reveals an inner message full of energy.