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Line That Connects Us, Shadow That Gives Us Form

Vivi Ooi

14 October, 2016

This work is a combination of two conventions of art, that of the Chinese Sung dynasty hanging scroll and the European tradition of drawing from the nude posed model. In the same way , Vivi Ooi herself is a combination of her childhood in China and her life in Australia and Tasmania. Two cultures , two very different ways of being.

 Line & Shadow I

Line & Shadow I

Ink on Linen mounted onto Tasmanian Oak rods with acrylic ends, 160x91cm

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Line & Shadow II

Line & Shadow II

Ink on Linen mounted onto Tasmanian Oak rods with acrylic ends, 160x91cm

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Line & Shadow III

Line & Shadow III

Ink on Linen mounted onto Tasmanian Oak rods with acrylic ends, 160x91cm

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 Line & Shadow IV

Line & Shadow IV

Ink on Linen mounted onto Tasmanian Oak rods with acrylic ends, 160x81cm

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 Line & Shadow IX

Line & Shadow IX

Ink on Linen mounted onto Tasmanian Oak rods with acrylic ends, 100x54cm

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Line & Shadow V

Line & Shadow V

Ink on Linen mounted onto Tasmanian Oak rods with acrylic ends, 160x81cm

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Line & Shadow VI

Line & Shadow VI

Ink on Linen mounted onto Tasmanian Oak rods with acrylic ends, 160x81cm

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Line & Shadow VII

Line & Shadow VII

Ink on Linen mounted onto Tasmanian Oak rods with acrylic ends, 100x54cm

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Line & Shadow VIII

Line & Shadow VIII

Ink on Linen mounted onto Tasmanian Oak rods with acrylic ends, 100x54cm

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