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The Analysis and Interpretation of the everyday humor of impermanence
Lee, Wen-Pin Hope
In a limited life, change is the unchanged truth. Over the past year, I experienced my family member’s death, the disappearance of loved ones, the anxiety about the future, and physical pain and illness. During the depressing time, I wondered whether it would be worse? Impermanence is the essence of life, no one can be free from this. Perhaps handling with everything with a sense of humor is the only way to feel better. My compositions based on the notion of “everyday humor of impermanence”, attempt to comfort everyone including myself to seek the stability and the sense of security in the ever-changing drift world. Observing the dreamy shadow, the death and the birth in “The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying,” and inspired by the French Original “The Little Prince” and the poem in the "Labyrinth Bookstore" written by poet Luo Zhicheng, I characterize the happiness and misery of Little Prince. After watching “Maborosi,” a Japanese movie directed by Koreeda Hirokazu, I wrote the song “Illusion of Light” to describe the helplessness of sentient beings, living under a gray blue sky. Influenced by the film, literature, art, and life, the central view of my work becomes clear. Therefore, I center around the idea of “everyday humor of impermanence” and collect the thoughts about being a human, the fragile moments, and the loving memories, transforming all these to my songs, and expressing them completely in the performance.
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