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《荒蕪的能量》 /
“Neglect Force"

在城市中的閒置空間正慢慢增多,它們因為很多原因而被忽略,我在城市街道中尋找被荒廢的店舖,試圖激活它們當中因時間累積而來的能量,從而創作此一系列作品.
作品主要以時間空間轉換成可以察覺的事物作基本理念,我渴望量化當中所不可見的事物,而是次作品原料我採用方糖作為一種能量單位來表現其中所占據的時空,究其原因是糖常作為卡路里的其中表現之一,而且這也易於便利成為一種可重組的東西.(也取其廣東話讀音"荒唐"為其中一考慮因素.)
有關作品實踐上的空間準則,來源於那些荒蕪空間張貼於上標貼的數字,以抽取其上"8″字數目為單位,將其化作作品的總長度(根據壹厘米為壹個數目此換算準則),而於上展現的方糖排列,只是用以表現其空間,所以於不同的空間中會展現各種不同的排佈.
此作品將會不定期於街道上出現.
是次放置的有太子.旺角,油麻地及尖沙咀.(詳見圖片)
PS.此作品將會有後續的另一部份,待續.
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Neglect space in the city is slowly increasing, they are ignored because a lot of reasons, I am looking to be abandoned shops in the city streets in an attempt to activate the accumulation of them because of the time from the energy, so the creation of this series of works.
This artworks basic concept is description time and space can be converted into something calculate , I am eager try to quantify time which are invisible, artwork use raw sugar works as an energy per unit time and space in which to express occupied, the reason is sugar is often used as one of the performance of calories, it is also easy and convenient to become a reconfigurable things. (also whichever Cantonese pronunciation of “absurd" as one of the considerations.)
Practice guidelines for the work space on the barren space from those posted on the labels of the figures on which to extract the “8″ number of words as a unit, the total length of it will turned into works (one centimeter to one based on a number of this conversion guidelines), and sugar cubes arranged on the show, just for the performance of its space, so in a different space will show a variety of different arrangement.
This work will occasionally appear on the streets.
First time placed Prince. Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei and Tsim Sha Tsui.
(See picture)
PS. This work will be a follow-up for the other part, adjourned.

Date

2014-11-15

Category

Conceptual, Installation, Landscape, Public Art