by Daishi Luo, 2020
Brass, stainless steel, pine, glass, mixed media
H 120 x W 120 x D 10 cm
72 Hours is a live painting installation that explores how interference of the external environment and the movement of people can affect colour growth. During the exhibition, Daishi pre-set the path and prerequisites for the development of colours. When the solution in the glass bottle slowly drops onto the copper plate, it flows along the way and changes after three days, finally creating the painting work jointly generated by man and nature.