Tsai Lian 2014 Competitive Scholarship

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    Tsai Lian
    2014 Competitive Scholarship
     
  • “All grown-ups were once children... but only few of them remember it.”― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince
  • Ode to Saint-Exupéry Oct. 2013- wood, found objects, dreams
  • I wanted to reach out to the Little Prince, let him know what happened to his creator and give the story (The Little Prince) a complete ending. But maybe he is only a fantasy for grown ups to hide away from our adulthood. Saint-Exupéry’s story was a way for him to express his desire for childhood return; my piece is very similar to that. After fulfilled my wonders, it will sink like Saint-Exupéry’s aircraft, slowly falling, rusting and waiting...
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  • The Tall Tall Chair Nov. 2013- wood, studio chairs
     
     
     
  • Let's Never Talk About This Forever Nov. 2013- wire, plaster, plasticene
     
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  • The Confession Music Booth 2013- created by Max
     
     
    Come confess your unspeakable secrets. Turn your memories into melodies, your secrets into song. Share a story, a thought, a voice and let it become music only you can understand...