According to the traditional definition in Tao, the universe is composed of five elements (Gold, Wood, Water, Fire, and Earth), which are strongly related to the unity of two opposite forces called the Yin and the Yang. In Taoism, the interaction between Yang (brightness, action, positivity, concreteness) and Yin (darkness, rest, negativity, emptiness) could be used to generalize everything in the world.In other words, all the characteristics of the objective world, including the abstracted mind, could be classified as two groups, the Yin and the Yang. In modern oriental society, the coordination between Yin and Yang, are stillcommonlyapplied to understand the activity of bodily movementin space. Based on Buddhism, the core concern of Zen is abouthow to simplify behaviours. Purification of the mind occupies a vital role here. Through the process of simplificationor purification, such as meditation, the disturbance from the complicatedworld could be annulled efficiently and hence the understanding of one’s world increases. In other words, the nature of the external world canbe revealed only by a neutral subject, which is equal to a real self.
Through the neutral mind, the behaviours and bodily movement of individuals,can be guided in a proper way.Therefore, although there are differences, in Confucianism,Taoism and Buddhism, the property of rules and guidance for human body and behaviour plays a major role. Rules for important human behaviours such as sexual acts are usually of the characteristic so as to restrict the act. Even though the idea of sexual liberation is permeated in modern society, the sexual restraint stillforms an influential force in the process of an individual’s growth. Therefore, in the process of art production, the sexual signs from Chinese culture, which involves the bodily movement in the act of sex, may also be revealed as part of the visual effects.There is desire at one end and restraint on another. So the efforts will present the will of the artist and his sexual energy and will also show the restraints that exist on sexuality.