Chinese ink on japanese paper
Dimensions: 42cm (H) x 29.7cm (W) / 16.5" (H) x 11.7" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Solve et Coagula is the alchemic process where a substance or a body dissolves to rearrange itself into a new existence.
This series shows the natural cycle of life in continuous transmutation through the shadow of organic matter, reflecting on the constant renewal of substance after decay.
Death means transformation from a state to another. There is no beginning or end, but a permanent transformation.
Matter is supported by dark matter, it's invisible shadow.
The selection of original china ink prints on japanese paper is the result of a body of work made throughout four years (2016-2020)
Based in: Switzerland
Born and raised in Milan by parents with Swiss, Vietnamese Chinese Colombian and French origins.
Yu Lin Humm started classical music and dance studies at an early age and had the opportunity to learn fine arts practices at home, while pursuing a career as a musician and performer.
At the age of sixteen, she started working as a photographer and cinematographer in Milan, Venice and Paris.
Humm’s multicultural background inspired her research and practice, which in visual arts is focused in Fine Art and Documentary photography, installation and china ink prints.
The last ten years of Humm’s travels were portrayed with analog photography and are now archived and collected in several series of fine art photographs, which are gradually being released in limited editions.
Her works are shown in solo and group exhibitions in Portugal and Switzerland.
Yu Lin Humm is based between Lisbon, Berlin and Paris.
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