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May Disappear-No.1- Geological Layer of Time
May Disappear-No.1- Geological Layer of Time
Kombucha scoby leather, copper wire, aluminium wire, rivets, fibers
28x24x17 cm

This series of sculptures implies the transportation mode over time, from the transportation of travel further expanding to the spread of materials, viruses and biochemical weapons. Try to raise the awareness about the balance between human civilization and natural ecology system. The first major technical innovation in the modern textile industry was the flying shuttle, and it was driven along a wooden groove without requiring manual hand throwing. Though the progressing of textile industry development until now, no shuttle was needed during some of the weaving process. The rapid operation of the textile loom created the fiber dust that laid out the colors of the geological layer. It represents the uncontrollable unknown and vastness of universe.