440cm(W) x 220cm(D) x 900cm(H)
Lureleï refers to a large rock situates beside a bend in Rhine, literally means murmuring, whose echoing quality attracts much attention. The Lureleï that the artist made for the show borrows the traditional wooden beacon structure erects behind the gallery, facing the Suzhou Creek, which is seen as an alternative route for entering the ehxibition. On the river, there’s Pile Dwelling for Lureleï. The artist installed a steel formwork for concrete tube on top of the base of buoy, which leaves a strong contrast to the synthetic surrounding. It refers to the river landscape the artist has witnessed in his trip to the Yangtze, and the Suzhou Creek after its rehabilitation that finished in 2012.