Hu Liu was born in the eighties, has always been quiet and low-key. She uses pencil and white paper as medium. Black is the only color in her paintings. In recent years, more and more attention has been driven towards her.
Daytime mingles with Night, it fades in the night while the night disappears. Human beings witness a visual feast and encountered with the unprecedented blind imagination. She depicts the fundamental dilemma of our times – ‘Night of the World’. Thus, the gap in the middle of the day is indispensable by no means: it is a reminder of the real darkness. What Daytime is trying to tell is not only a way of ‘seeing’. Through reviving the touches of hands, sensation of tastes and rhythm of the hearts, Daytime has revealed a finding: a person is fumbling in the world of nights to pass through the ‘Night of the World’.
Enter the white night, continue watching.