"The pencil rubbed on the paper to create an inexplicable clump. I felt it through sensory experience. Then I used materials to transform it into a human face, and after a while, I changed it into an inexplicable clump again. Painting is an activity about the comprehensive experience of people who are living on earth. It can also be an effort towards self-realization. Any motivations could contribute to a painting."
Over the past years, Liu spent most of his time on pondering a series of ultimate questions about death, religion, and time. The installation works in this exhibition are responses to these propositions. While his paintings can be understood as the result of one's immediate sensory responses.