My Art for The Voyage Film–Part II

Of the art I have produced for the Voyage, I was asked to come up with one particularly special piece, one I now get to share.

The Assignment: Make a piece “using two human bodies to embody both the Tai Chi symbol and meaning.”

Here’s your Chinese Lesson of the Day: The Tai Chi symbol is a recurring theme/symbol in Chinese culture.

The Yin and Yang Symbol (Also called Tai Chi Symbol)

The symbol you’re looking at is used to describe how “polar opposites or seemingly contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other in turn. Opposites thus only exist in relation to each other.”(1) In the Voyage, this all comes to play in love. This probably isn’t the first time you’ve heard “opposites attract.” Well, that may be just one layer to the meaning of the Tai Chi in this film. 

My Tai Chi Piece for The Voyage

Copyright of Sebastian Castro ©

More Art to Come Soon. Eventually, I will update a tab under my portfolio page for the art behind The Voyage.

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3 mga puna sa “My Art for The Voyage Film–Part II”

  1. rene cabahug
    Abril 23, 2012 Sa 23:27 #

    speechless..

  2. Abril 25, 2012 Sa 07:51 #

    both guys, haha. pede bang guy at girl magkasama? nagtano-tanong lang po.

  3. jullian
    Mayo 8, 2012 Sa 05:48 #

    nice one basti!!!

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