My interview partner for this week is Yu-Tung Lin(Michelle),who is a junior, major in Business Human Resource Management; http://yutunglin.com/
We picked on the same artwork,“A racehorse that has never won a race”, made by Rangel ( Unfortunately Rangel doen’t have a link to her website).
Even though we like the same artwork ,but both of us have completely different ideas of this artwork. Michelle told me from the two gallery, the artwork “A racehorse that has never won a race” makes her feel interesting and also love it. First when she saw it, she thought it was necklace with many heart, and believed there are deep meaning under the heart symbol. But after she saw the information of the artwork and artistic, she finally figured out it was the symbol of each baby who buried on the Smith Mountain Cemetery. It was totally opposite with her thought at first. Michelle felt so sad when she know the true meaning behind the artwork. One heart represented one baby who died and buried on the Smith Mountain Cemetery. Even though the appearance is pretty but the history behind it was sad. Then Michelle was confuse about the title of the artwork, “A racehorse that has never won a race”. Then both of focus on the title, and finally we realized the true meaning, which is the baby has or time to start their wonderful and no chance to grow up as the racehorse never won the race because there is no chance for them!