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Fortune or Misfortune? / Poster

Fortune or Misfortune?

Antlers of many animals are considered precious medical ingredients and symbols of beauty. However, in the series of works, animals are stabbed by their antlers which were supposed to grow on their heads. It is a metaphor which satirizes that antlers, which are tools animals depend on, have become a deadly factor that attracts death because of humans' greediness. The work appeals humans not to kill animals to get their antlers and to cruelly kill the lives that exist on the Earth with us because of their material desire.

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Asia University

Asia University
Taichung, Taiwan

Ching Chia Chiu Hsiao Ling Wu