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This series of works was inspired by the Taiwanese geopolitical landscape, featuring two specific types of plantations, where artist spent most of her childhood: Coastal windbreaks and Experimental Forests. In a lifelong personal dialogue with the natures in Taiwan, her body absorbed, memorised, and crystallised, as if it was composed of soils and various bodies of water, rather than flesh and blood. Forgotten wounds, reimbursed memories, collective traumas, personal stories, body as landscape. These are never-ending stories existing in other forms of languages about the silenced and the wounded, through the soil, through trajectories of rivers, and through mapping of forest forms.

Ich schwelge in der weißen Erinnerung by Igigo Wu

    • Technique: pencil on paper (framed)
    • Size: 21cm x 29,7cm
    • Created in 2023

    The work is unique, with a collector's value and an original signature. 

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