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煙花

Firework

在台灣的民俗中,各式的節日慶典,婚喪禮俗中都能聽見「爆竹」,看見「煙花」,用響亮的聲光趨吉避凶、敬天謝地、加添喜氣。


本創作將無數傘狀放射如煙花的竹片編織相連,交錯成二度平面與三度空間;看似獨立的XYZ三軸向之中,竹片彼此互為表裡,合為一體,更在聲響上如實地呈現竹材遇天氣變化時熱脹冷縮而產生的竹爆現象。
  
炸開於眼前的竹,交織成人力介入自然時的圓滑斷面,構築出人在天地之間立足的四方空間,以爆竹之響,煙花之姿,回味你我所再熟悉也不過的,地與景的歡慶。

It is quite common to hear the firecracker sound and see the firework in Taiwanese folk culture, including festivals, ceremonies, weddings, funerals and others. Sound and light of fireworks are said to pursue good fortune, avoid disaster, respect gods, and also bring luck. The artist weaves the bamboo strips into numerous umbrella-shaped structures in both 2D and 3D as the firework. The x, y, and z axis of the artwork seem to be independent; however, the bamboo strips closely woven as one. While the weather changes, it also makes the cracking sound for the expanding and shrinking caused by temperature. The bloom of the bamboo stripes are the round shape and the structure of the installation is a cube, which means connections and relationship between human and nature. With the shape and cracking sound of the firework, the artwork brings us back to the most familiar festival scene.