The Maiden and the Hare
by Henry Chu
31 May - 30 Jun 2014

In The Art of War, Sun Tzu uses the phrase “be as calm as a maiden, and as quick as a scurrying hare” to describe an army: silent and unmoving while waiting for the time to strike; swift in action in the right moment. Staying still, their movements are hardly noticeable, but when they act, they are extremely quick. When the viewer stand in front of a tripod and move their body to react with the work, their upper body will be captured by a kinect 3D sensor that interprets their gestures to visualize the idea of the ‘maiden’ and the ‘hare’.

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