草原座標 Quasi Land

高德亮
Kou Tak-Leong

澳門/Macao

大直基河國宅區 Dazhi Jihe Public Housing
時間 Time |10/5 06:00 PM - 10/6 06:00 AM
地點 Location |洲子一號公園 Zhouzi No. 1 Park
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節目介紹

藝術家透過精準排列的光線與空間既有元素的媒合方式,以反抗當代生活中被幾何光學所主宰的生活經驗。現代生活對於光的經驗,常經由尺規化的媒介得以被觀看,例如手機、螢幕、投影等。透過置入日常用以度量的水平雷射光,以及以有機元素作為介入的手段,是否能讓城市裡尺規化的感知體驗得以鬆綁,並提供另一種觀看的可能?藝術家透過散點式的裝置分佈,企圖讓作品從光源載體本身擴大成一處可供觀眾參與、穿越或暫留的詩意場域。雖然裝置每天重?複的運作着,但藉著自然環境與植物生長的介入,光點如螢火蟲般在草叢隨意竄流,使得這場域成為經由生命所中介、共構的動態空間,並讓身體感官沉浸在一片由人造光與自然物共譜的風景之中。

Program Info

The artist matches precision-arrayed light with existing elements in space to rebel against the life experience dominated by geometric optics so prevalent in the modern lifestyle. The modern lifestyle’s experience with light is often observed by regulated media, such as smart phones, screens, and projections. Is it possible to create a new form of viewing experience that liberates the regulated urban sensory perception, if an art installation injects horizontal laser commonly used for measuring in everyday life, and use organic elements as interference? The artist uses scattered distribution to transform the installation from a light-bearing source to a poetic space in which viewers could participate, transgress, or loiter. Although the installation repeats its operation daily, the interference of the natural environment and the growth of flora would represent the experience into a grassy space with free-flowing firefly-like lights, and become a dynamic space mediated and co-constructed by life. Viewers could emerse their bodies within a scenic field composed of artificial light and natural organisms.

 

 

藝術家介紹

高德亮

相關連結 │ https://kouleong.com

作品主要圍繞科技發展下的空間感知與觀看⽅式的流變與矛盾。近年創作不斷透過光線的介入以翻轉習以為常的風景,並透過「⾃然」、「隨機」等關鍵元素的介入,使當代技術愈趨精準所致的感知麻痺得到鬆綁的可能。

Artist Info

Kou Tak-Leong 

Link │ https://kouleong.com

Kou’s art is driven by his interests in how technology influence the rheology of space perception and way of seeing. Recently, his works try to overturn the experience of space with light through the the keywords “nature element” and “randomness” as a means of intervention, and try to loosen the sensory experience which is over dependence and being paralysed by the rapid development of technology.