Hope floats: Poesy Liang's installation brings light in a shipwreck of a year

'The Pirate’s Daughter is about healing from dark times. Just like the sailors who lost their lives at sea, their souls were comforted by the piano of the Pirate’s Daughter, ' says Liang. Photo: Poesy Liang

It’s been more than a year since Covid-19 hit the world, forcing us to live in dark and uncertain times. If anything, this is a story of humanity in search of light and hope.

Artist Poesy Liang, through her new works, views these long days of the pandemic as a challenging voyage. Just like the sailors who lost their lives at sea, searching for a song to bring them home.

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