Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco Visual Art Program 舊金山中華文化基金会艺术家項目
Since Eva bite the apple, the awareness of her nakedness began so she covered her own body with fig leaves to hide from the sight of the God. In today's world, the sin remains and continuously expands into other forms of restrictions on women's rights and voices. While rice-paper immersing in a warm and mysterious light suggests the sensual skin and body of women, the water, leaf vein, and pubic hairs convey the symbolic meanings of temptation and struggle of women in contemporary society. Ultimately, women's body as a part of Mother Nature carries on the life cycle of human being.