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Imagine walking into a silent room where a woman is mending. Now imagine that she's sitting underneath 1,500 pairs of sharp Chinese scissors that are suspended from the ceiling, precariously pointed downwards. This was the idea behind The Mending Project by Beili Liu.

Beili Liu artwork, The Mending Project. The installation consists of hundreds of Chinese scissors suspended from the ceiling, pointing downwards. The hovering, massive cloud of scissors alludes to distant fear, looming violence and worrisome uncertainty. The performer sits beneath the countless sharp blades of the scissors, and performs an on-going simple task of mending.

Beili Liu - The Mending Project (2011) “…Hundreds of Chinese scissors suspended from the ceiling in a shimmery cloud. The piece involved the artist sitting at a small black table, hand-mending patches of fabric together which visitors were encouraged to cut themselves near the entrance.

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The Mending Project: Sitting beneath 1,500 precariously hanging pairs of scissors, Belle Liu takes a piece of cloth handed to her by an audience member and sews into the giant patchwork cloth on the floor.

HANS HAACKE, CENTRAL PARK SKYLINE 1967.