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“Window”—The Wind Deflector of Life
virtual and real visions
Doors and windows, though both serve as the wind deflectors of a building, possess entirely diverse attribution. Compared to doors, windows are provided with some extraordinarily intricate properties with which doors do not share. The design of windows does not stand for something to be stridden across right away, since the wall below windows signals some messages of hindrance. Such an ambiguous and ambivalent complex between reception and resistance infers that, the unfolded windows do not necessarily impart the attitude of pure embrace, while people staying behind the window are not bound to be endowed with the right to depart arbitrarily. By the same token, closed windows, on account of their transparent traits consenting to the transcendence of the eyes, do not thoroughly designate the ideas of constraint and contradiction. Windows, from their characteristics of dissimilar designs and functions, finite physical presence and infinite spiritual existence, to the fusion of virtual and real space, are virtually akin to human beings of flesh and blood. The idiosyncrasies of obscurity and incongruity render windows an applicable subject in probing the domains of literary studies and artistic expressions. This thesis aims to explore the subject of “window”, which functions as the wind deflector of everyone’s life. I commence to explore one’s preceding experiences as a threshold, intending to further my research by the utilization of different forms of windows, with which I attempt to homologize and delve into the vary abyss of retrospection and thought in one’s life which, then, are transformed into the nourishment of artistic creation. This thesis is divided into five chapters, which are as follows: Chapter 1：Introduction, including my research motives, purposes, areas, and methods. Chapter 2：The analysis and discussion on the theories of creations, which ranges from the windows in literature and architecture to the virtual and real visions and symbols, with which I intend to embark on some heoretical discussion. Chapter 3：Creation principle and analysis, which involve further analysis in terms of my creation principle, substance, forms, materials, and techniques. Chapter 4：Interpretation of my creation. I will interpret each piece of my creation one by one in light of three aspects: thoughts on my artistic creation, the substance and form of each work, and the technique of expression. Chapter 5：Conclusion: some sentiments and reflections after the consummation of my research.
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