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Project “Ode to Walks of Life”: A Journey of Fable in the Imaginary World
This art project came initially from the experiences in life and education, based on a strong intension to focus on relationships and conflicts of various values, cultural-environmental elements and communities, out of curiosity and concentration on the transcultural phenomena and anxiety on the ambiguity of self-positioning and nationality. These motives are transformed into the energy to explore outwards, by observing, imagining, capturing and eventually recording the civilizational meanings behind the human beings as well as their occupations through a fable-like form, and come to deep meditation on self-people, people-occupations and people-society connections, and at the end, inspired by the anthropological spirit, to achieve a greater perspective, a positive confirmation on human existence, a friendly respect on multiple values and most of all the essence of “all people are created equal.” Eventually, tracing back to the curiosity and anxiety within and realizing the universality of such status, with discussion and analysis on literatures, the pursuit of the ideal and the escape from the fear are revealed as nothing but biologically yet spiritually common instincts. By digging out human consciousness and facing the eternal dynamic balance of our civilization, there will come out with a positive philosophy of life: to strive, improve self, and to always get ready to make it a better world.
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