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systerm Shanghai, 2021

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The Palm Chakra

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material:  metal

year

2021

presented by system Shanghai 

description

 In "The Palm Chakra," a pair of open Hands embedded in a metal-like Buddha plaque is an alienation of The "Hamsa," The oldest and almost universal symbol, often paired with other symbols and adopted by many major religions as an amulet symbol. Hamsa is most commonly carved in jet planes or made from silver, a metal believed to represent purity and have magical powers. Whether it is statues of gods, temples, churches and other religious occasions, there is a common phenomenon that "touching will bring good luck". The two works are contradictory. They both use metal materials and carve "deformation of symbol combination" on the metal surface. Through relief texture, they simulate the sense of "flow" state after "touch" -- solid time disappears.

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