d'Leedon

Infinity Tree

Sculpture, Bronze, 220x103x43cm , 2013
Artist:  Xie Ai Ge (b.1977), China
 
Location:  d'Leedon Level 1, Singapore

 

Chinese sculptor Xie Ai Ge's Infinity Tree portrays a man climbing a tree to catch a bird, evoking an imaginary scene of rustic country living. The bird is a sign of freedom and the distance between the climber and the bird symbolises the gap between man's worldliness and his enlightenment. The climber's reaching-out gesture reflects out intrinsic yearning to be freed of our earthly binds to find spiritual liberty.

Artist’s Biography

Xie Ai Ge graduated from Shanghai Fine Arts College. In 2005, she received critical acclaim for her exhibition in Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art. She is a member of the Shanghai Sculpture Society. Xie has been exhibited and collected internationally.

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