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Invisible pain: About Us
Invisible pain: About Us
Invisible pain: About Us

I hope people can be more imaginative about the suffering of others, I want to help to de-stigmatize mental illness. I hate people say you can't be a better person without suffering,I wish people would admit that some pain is destructive and cannot be reconciled. This wall piece was inspired by a variety of patients’ brain electrical activity mapping , like major depressive, schizophrenia, etc,they look normal, these colorful pieces will make the audience think these just a beautiful and cheerful patterns, but if the doctor saw these patterns, would only see the endless pain in these pieces,this sense of conflict is what I wanted to convey.

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