水與鳥 Water and birds


作品名稱:水與鳥

創作者:李蕢至

媒材:漂流木、鋼筋

尺寸:1000cm(L)x 600cm(W)x 200cm(H)

地點:台灣雲林縣口湖鄉成龍溼地

年代:2020

2020年成龍溼地國際環境藝術節

成龍溼地原是一片廣大的農田,後來因地層下陷與海水倒灌而成為生物多樣性的溼地環境,也是鳥類的重要棲息地。此作品在濕地裡結合候鳥與水流的概念意象,以漂流木創作一座濕地上的雕塑。

高蹺鴴的族群很廣,主要在熱帶和亞熱帶的溼地裡繁殖,也是成龍溼地常見的鳥種。它以緩慢優雅的姿勢步行於溼地且繁殖在此,使其族群日益擴大。此作品以漂流木製成且結合著候鳥的概念呼應著不同的族群在此的移居現象,並回應著現在成龍溼地的水鳥天堂風景與在地的文化風情。

Title: Water and birds

Artists: Lee, Kuei-Chih

Material: driftwood, steel bars

Size: 1000cm(L)x 600cm(W)x 200cm(H)

Location: Chenglong wetlands, Yunlin County, Taiwan

Year: 2020

2020 ChengLong Wetlands International Environmental Art Project

The Chenglung wetlands were originally a vast farmland, it became a biodiversity wetland environment due to subsidence of the stratum and seawater backflow, and it is also an important habitat for birds. This work combines the conceptual images of migratory birds and water flow in the wetland, and created a wetland sculpture with driftwood.

The Black-winged Stilt has a wide ethnic group, mainly breeding in tropical and subtropical wetlands, and is also a bird species commonly seen in Chenglung wetlands. It walks on the wetland in a slow and elegant posture and breeds here, and making its ethnic group increasingly larger. This work is made of driftwood and combines the concept of migratory birds to echo the migration of different ethnic groups here, and also responds to the image of the waterbirds paradise and the local cultural landscape of the Chenglung wetlands.

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