This project stems from the bad air environment in the city where I live. Severe air pollution is becoming more and more common in life, and we seem to have accepted such a living environment.
This is a sculpture that expresses the feeling of breathing in bad air. The lungs are exposed to a crisis-filled environment.
30*30*56, polymer clay, sewing needle, fishing line
As the lung enters the area, the needle will quickly close in, breaking the original calm. No matter where the lungs move, the needle tip will follow it closely.