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The rate at which industrial development is advancing is like a snowball that keeps getting bigger and more threatening. Jen-Hung Liang, from the perspective of an observer of social phenomena, is worried about these pending threats after contemplating the current situation. “Snowball” was created by bending rebars into spheres; the outer sphere was then covered unevenly in deformed metal to represent imminent danger that is wrapped tightly. The rolling industrial snowball represents the advances of modern society, and the increasing size means unpredictable but inevitable consequences. At the core of the snowball is an industrial warning light, which stands for dissenting voices.


Jen-Hung Liang
Artist Jen-Hung Liang did not become a full-time creator until after the age of 40, and he specializes in wind-powered and machine-powered pieces. He has participated in 4 out of 6 Kaohsiung International Steel & Iron Sculpture Festivals. Coming from an agricultural family background, he was once an admirer of modern industry, but has leaned towards going back to nature in recent years, so he started looking for natural energy sources or ways to power his sculptures.

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