Plaster, printable fabric, plexiglass, spray paint, and resin
In this work titled "21 Grams", the idea of “what was losing while trying to adapt oneself to the society" is discussed -- it is something not tangible but make us human being. The title was inspired by an old scientific study published in 1907 by Duncan MacDougall. In his research, the soul of a person weights 21 grams.
In this work, the viewers' experiences are challenged by the twisted female portrait and water dripping effect from the coated resin over a piece of photo-fabric. The pair of hands that wring the fabric were made from plaster - the material popularly used in the building construction to represent the whole structure of our society. They were also cast from my own hands to convey the concept that I am not only part of social pressure but also the one who allow the oppression to put on myself.