“When reality is more fragile than anticipated, childhood memories become a mountain valley both secluded yet vast. I walk through the valley in an overly large dress, searching for pieces scattered high and low. Days upon days of this, trying to restore the layer of amniotic fluid, remembering how I took in my first breath, receiving grace and belief.” In Chou Chin-Ting’s unshakable faith we find a vast garden of daydreams, as she brings us to walk in sunny green pastures, along flowing rivers, towards the mountains and clouds, enjoying the gifts of life. It is a gentle dreamscape – colorful fish frolicking in the ocean, horses soaring in the skies, lakes of milk nourishing animals… all can seek refuge in this garden, finding peace until the end of their days.
Chou draws upon transparent acrylic boards