the opposite of black is red

“the opposite of black is red” 2018, painting performance.

In “the opposite of black is red”, I used my hair as a brush, soaked in black ink. With the sound of traditional Chinese instrumental music, I moved with my body pressed against the red wall, blindfolded, stroking the surface with my head. I see the action of painting as a form of dance/sex; the red surface as a lover’s body; the performance itself as a love story/marriage ceremony; the viewer as my wedding guest; the result of black ink as a marriage certificate.