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Symbiotic of island and sea: cycles and evolutions of ecology
When I studied in National Taitung Unerversity, there was an opportunity for me to visit Lüdao Township and Koto Island. Certainly, people who live there rely on the sea, including the traffic, the economic, and the sightseeing which are all relative to it. In recent years, the sea has been seriously destroyed and polluted. Consequently, the underwater world is not as lively as before. According to my personal experience of diving, I had noticed clownfish living with actiniae peacefully. The actiniae support the clownfish to avoid dangers; on the other side, the clownfish bring prey to the actiniae. Indeed, they could live in a peaceful and coadjutant environment. Due to the fact that Taiwan is an sea island, all the important resources come from the sea. Here come warm and cold ocean currents, which bring many fish to us. Building harbors increase Taiwan’s economic. Moreover, the unique coastal terrain enhances the tourism. These perspectives indicate that human beings and the sea are not able to be taken apart. Oceans which breed life have a complex and connective relationship with humans. If one is destroyed, the other system will be ruined simultaneously. Taiwan and the sea have been peacefully living together for decades. The relationship of the two is a close and circulatory ecology system. Nowadays, the balance of the peaceful symbiotic system and the ecology system has been ruined by people’s cupidity. Therefore, I will focus on the symbiotic relationship between island and ocean as the object of study. The symbiotic relationship between the island and the sea is considered as the object in the research. Furthermore, Surrealism, Symbol and Magical realism will be applied in my paintings.
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