The Tulips Story

As someone with a deep interest and care for the plants in my life, I noticed the changes that occurred to a cut flower over time, watching as it began to lose its petals one by one. In The Tulips Story, the black pixels act as graphic metaphors that connect to the fleeting nature of memory. The multi-dimensional images sit in transparent layers that communicate themes and reflections on life that could easily go unnoticed.

 

“You wouldn’t plant a flower.

You said, I wouldn’t want to see it fading little by little

Sure,

To avoid the end, you avoided the any beginning”

——Written by GU CHENG