Wu Liang Yu's figures are characterized with a red tie which is part of every Chinese student's uniform. To Wu and many young artists growing up under the Communist regime, this also represents the expectations of society towards youths. Constantly looking upwards with a beaming smile, the figures in Wu's sculptures reflect an insatiable desire for affirmation from authorities. The sculpture consists of a man and woman and their upper half of their bodies are combined together. They are also placed on a flower-shaped pedestal, which echo the title of the work, Flower of the Nation.
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