A-A03 (2019)

Annual Ring, Detailing Raknus Selu Trail

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This work is installed by the lake in the Sanken Ecological Park by Dahan River as a way to memorialize the ancestors’ gratitude for the source of benefit. Like a giant of history, the old, time-worn camphor tree comprising steel plates and camphor wood stands majestically on a small hill by the lake, with a camphor seedling nestling against it.
Lin Shuen Long

LIN Shuen-Long (b. 1958) graduated from the Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts in 1989. In 1991, he entered l’École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Lin has been active in the French, Taiwanese and Japanese art scenes. Throughout his artistic career, he has endeavored in exploring diverse expression of different mediums, and is never satisfied with the status quo. What has remained unchanged, however, is his exuberant curiosity about the world and his fervent passion for art.

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