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Empty Procession
2014
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LEE Kuang-Yu
Empty Procession
2014
Gold Foil
89x87x181 (cm)
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The style of the work Empty Procession was inspired by the kanzhoima of Tibetan Buddhism, having the image of “dancing in the air.” In this work, a piece-like structure formed by flowing lines similar to the lines of calligraphy is used to depict the kanzhoima dancing in the air with a joyful expression. Lee also introduces the meaning of kanzhoima, stressing individual selfreflection, understanding and enlightenment, to finally achieve the transformation of the physical body into the body of truth.

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Lee Kuang-Yu was born in 1954 in Taiwan. In the early 1970, he entered the Department of Sculpture of the National College of Arts. Following graduation in 1975, he went to Spain to study western sculptural technique and theory. On returning to Ta ...
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LEE Kuang-Yu, 2008, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2007, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2006, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2015, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2013, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2013, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 1995, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 1996, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 1991, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2015, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 1988, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2013, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2013, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2014, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2013, Sculpture