Yike Yang

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Art Statement

My work basically uses my own "the spirit of ruins" as a starting point to feedback the artist's return to the current state of life after the epidemic and convey his inner feelings and attitudes. The relevant images in ruin art have become the artist's thinking and The object of performance, from the picture to the reality, from the thinking to the space, the emotional clues it expresses are not only related to social life, but also filled with personal spiritual thoughts. I hope to explore a place in this overly materialized society. It belongs to the habitat of the spirit, so I will also take this opportunity to express my inner opinion on the reconnection of art.