July 20, 2024

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As a practitioner in the realm of art over the years, I have wandered through the palaces of both Western and Eastern artistic traditions. These diverse art pieces serve as wellsprings for my writing, harmonizing with the profound thoughts of great thinkers from around the world throughout history. I am convinced that unlocking the mystery of art involves delving deep into the human psyche, turning the pursuit of art into a pilgrimage to one's inner self. The experience transcends mere intellectual understanding. However, my passion extends beyond art theory. In recent years, I have delved into creative writing as a form of artistic expression. In 2016, my novel "The Life and Death" (written in Chinese) was showcased at the Sichuan University gallery alongside numerous other art projects. Beyond being an art practitioner, I have actively participated in curating art projects and exhibitions, including endeavors such as "Drug Store" and "The Hippocampus of Memory." Most recently, I completed curating the online exhibition titled "From Walls to Windows," accessible at [from walls to windows]https://stories.durham.ac.uk/from-walls-to-windows/index.html.
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Writing does not merely serve to deliver information; it reflects essentially our daily lives. We use words to express ourselves, and at the same time, words shape the way we see the world. Different words refer to different meanings, while emotions are shed through different wording. As we write, we bring about the inner self, as if tracing the contour of the portrait of ourselves; as we read, we perceive ourselves in the rows of words, resembling a mirror from which our true self emerges. Writing harbours magic that is incomparable to verbal expressions. It is subtle, sensitive, and sometimes fragile. I believe a good piece of writing evokes thoughts and emotions. Writing is not just about expressing but also about exchange and transformation.
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