SEPT 2 – 4
Various Locations in Downtown Vancouver

Kulas Wu

“Solidification”

In order to enter the literary and artistic world,

I distanced myself from my true self and worked hard to become a civil servant just to have an economic foundation.

After being trampled for a decade, I decisively left,

trying to regain my connection with the world, environment, culture, knowledge, colours,

and the tangible or intangible things, as well as the space where I gaze upon myself.

I hope to find again my yearning for tranquility,

no longer a prisoner of society, living in stagnant waters.

This is the me of the past, present, and future.

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