(Presumably) paper cuts on white wall
Against a rice-white backgrounds, a few (presumably) bust-shaped paper cuts form a pyramidal composition. Despite the irregularity in the paper cuts' sizes, the details in each of the cuts also vary from one and another -- a result that is likely to due to hand-made labor. On each of the "bust portrait" made by paper, "eye"-like patterns decorated in dark green and black array intensively, even trypophobically, recalling the fashion of "horror vacui". Adopting green as the work's constitutive color, Ren might want to by his work tether human activities (symbolized by "eye" patterns and "bust") and nature, an artistic move Ren was never tired of trying. ((An Actual Dialogue with the Language of Art ), 2013, Erstausgabe Edition) (Jerry Wu'23).