A Beginner’s Guide: Collecting Celestial Bodies and How to Preserve Them
Our reverie and curiosity about the boundless universe seem to be innate. When imagining the illimitably distanced universe full of mystery and unfathomed energy, makes Tiantian feel more spiritually integrated. Under the influence of Transcendentalism, Tiantian has deep gratitude and appreciation for nature, and she emphasizes human harmony and resonance with nature.

In this series of works, Tiantian depicts a mysterious, and energetic universe: In here, the size, mass, power, and dominance between people and celestial bodies are reversed. People freely explore the universe, people coexist with celestial bodies, and share a universal spirit. There seems to be no clear dividing line between humans and celestial bodies in the universe. She believes that the true relationship between humans and the universe is intertwined and has mutual belonging.
Blaze, Buoyant    8″ × 10″    2020
Narcissus and 13 Arietis    24″ × 24″    2020
Eclipse    30″ × 40″    2020
The Stargazer    8″ × 10″    2020
Cooling Down    16″ × 20″    2020
And Children Said, ″Let There Be Stars,″    24″ × 36″    2020
Zephyr    8″ × 10″    2020

Bells, Aquarius    18″ × 18″    2020

Planting the Planets    18″ × 14″    2020

Are Stars Brighter Than Fire?    9″ × 12″    2020

Splash!!!    9″ × 12″    2020