Ripple

January 23, 2019

 

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2019 The Driftwood & Sand Beach Sculpture Festival

 

Title: Ripple

Artist: Lee, Kuei-

Materials: Driftwood, Sand

Size: 18mL) x 18mW) x 60cmH)

Location: The work is located at the Hokitika river mouth, New Zealand

Year: 2019

Conception:

This piece was my creation in the southern part of Taiwan in 2009. The work is called "Drift". I responded to the Typhoon Morakot disaster in 2009 with the year and told about the global climate change and ecological transformation.

Ten years later, I did this work again at the Hokitika river mouth in New Zealand, I named it "Ripple." The ripple extends from a point and its natural internal force expands outward and is expressed on the surface we see. Everything we do in the world has its own "Ripple effect" and it also affects and environment. The "The Driftwood & Sand Beach Sculpture Festival" happen here every year. It is like a ripple on this land, and it leads more people to get close to nature.

The "Ripple" work is located at the sunset point the Hokitika river mouth, which persists for a short time but remains in memory. It sculpts itself and this fleeting beauty as it appears and disappears.

 

It originates from the sea and returns to the sea.

 

 

2019漂流木&沙-濱海雕塑藝術節

 

作品名稱: 波紋

創作者: 李蕢至

材質: 漂流木、沙

尺寸: 18m(L) x 18m(W) x 60cm(H)

地點: 作品位於紐西蘭的霍基蒂卡河口

年代: 2019

作品概念:

這件作品是我在2009年時台灣南部海邊的創作。作品名為「漂流」。我以它回應著該年的八八風災,並訴說著全球氣候的改變與生態的轉變。

十年後,我在紐西蘭的霍基蒂卡河口再次進行此作,將它名為「波紋」。波紋從一個點延伸其自然內力向外擴張,並在我們看到的表面上表達。我們在世界上所做的一切都有其「漣漪效應」,也對周圍環境造成影響與改變。「漂流木&沙-濱海雕塑藝術節」每年在此發生,它就像在這塊土地上泛起的一片漣漪,也引領更多人親近大自然。

「波紋」作品位於霍基蒂卡河口的日落點,短暫的存留,卻在記憶裡長存。它雕塑著自身與這稍縱即逝的美麗景緻,如同它的示現與消逝。

 

源於大海,也歸於大海。

 

 

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