“I have no religious belief, what I am interested in is the religious spirituality and power. I collect all kinds of stones that look like portrait around the world. The portrait is not an image, it is a kind of personality characteristic and intrinsic value. The stones are of different sizes, shapes, colors and textures. It seems that they could come from various worlds and regions, races and identities, past and future and their intrinsic value such as the sacred, the noble, the ugly, the evil, come together to create a world of both harmony and conflict. I think they are shaped by time and by themselves with a fundamental vitality and power. It consists of various cultural experiences and the inherent aesthetic of our own culture. ” Wang Sishun about his solo show at Long March Space in Beijing.
Apocalypse 16.4.7, marble 141x70cm 2016
Apocalypse 16.4.2 Marble 51x65cm 2016
Apocalypse 16.1.14 Bronze sculpture 32x31x15cm 2016
Apocalypse 16.1.13 Bronze sculpture, 56x35x26cm 2016
Apocalypse 16.1.13 Bronze sculpture, 56x35x26cm 2016 details
Apocalypse 16.1.28 Stone 62x38x22cm 2016