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◆Exhibition name: Dear, Hi, Hello, long time no see! Li Liya Solo Exhibition

Solo Exhibition by Liya Lee

◆ Duration: 2017.12.16- 2018.01.17

◆Location: On the Road Video Space (3rd Floor, No. 64, Dayong Road, Yancheng District, Kaohsiung City)

◆Opening: 2017.12.16 at 2:00 pm

◆Workshop: 2017.12.17, 2:00~4:00 pm (Handmade postcards, hard pen teaching)

◇Lecturer: Li Liya-Handmade Postcards

Yang Guomao-Teaching Hard Pen Characters

  • Registration fee: 500 yuan (bring a 4X6 inch color or black and white photocopy or laser printing photo)

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Those letters that we shelved and never read a second time are always inadvertently discarded in the end. However, as those words and paper disappear together, it is the most beautiful and direct breath of life, and the beautiful memory that belongs to us and others that cannot be copied.

— John, Wolfgang, Goethe

In the era of correspondence, there was no mobile phone or e-mail, and we always waited for the reply from the other party in front of the mailbox at the door. We look forward to the postman to send the letter. Before we receive the letter, we cannot know whether the other party has not read it. Reply or read but not reply. Only after receiving the letter can we know the other party’s next message. We read the letter and follow the message revealed by the text to feel the mood of the writer and the affection that the writer wants to convey to you. .

When writing letters, expressing feelings, when receiving letters, full of expectations, and when reading letters, mixed feelings. At that time, the yellowed letter paper not only recorded the life state and culture at the time, but also included the bitterness and bitterness of daily life. .

In this era, we seem to have forgotten the true value of the mailbox, the touch of the postbox, envelopes, and pens, and even the entanglement of words when writing letters. We rubbed the letter paper one after another. I even forgot the mood and temperature of handwriting.

In this era of rapid transmission of information on the Internet, it seems that you have forgotten the most sincere emotional exchange. How long have you not handwritten a letter to the person you miss?

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