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Forty-Four Sunsets in a Day is a poignant and whimsical installation comprised of a small "asteroid." The asteroid is covered with exuberant plants painted entirely black with Chinese ink, and spins slowly to make 44 rotations a day. A 100-meter long ink scroll on the surrounding gallery walls provides a panoramic view of an arduous journey through multiple sunsets. Antoine de Saint-Exupery's The Little Prince serves as the whimsical springboard for this installation with dark undertones. The installation was on view at Hanart Square, Hong Kong, 2013.


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Forty-Four Sunsets in a Day

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    Ink, bonsai trees, rotating globe

    Globe diameter 3 meters


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