*此系列包含《Framing the Ordinary’》、《Connections and its Extension》以及《Unfolding a Plain of Remnant》等三件作品
‘Lived Absence of Objects’ Series Text / Sara Wu Objects are constructed together as part of a system which enables them to enter our daily events and govern our interactions with the world. In this system, objects themselves need to refer to others by endowing one another with abstractness while their identities are replaced.
Due to the present time order based on totality, fragmentation, and transparency, things are being increasingly objective and interdependent. Instead of responding to each other mutually, as a result, object and subject tend to build their relationships through communication.
In this work, I try to produce the sense that all things exist in between each other as responses to the phenomenon that things are being progressively interdependent. Through suspending and recomposing the surfaces of everyday living spaces, I attempt to extend the relationship among those objects by presenting their tensions—between folding and unfolding, found and made, absence and presence, object and subject. *This series includes the work 'Framing the Ordinary', Connections and its Extension' and 'Unfolding a Plain of Remnant.'
Image courtesy of the artist Sara Wu 1-3: 'Unfolding a Plain of Remnant', 2020 Found objects, wood, metal, glass Dimensions variable
4-6: 'Connection and its Extension', 2020 Found objects, concrete, wood, white mesh, tiles, paint, stones, metal, glass, sand, blocks, marble Dimensions variable
7-9:'Framing the Ordinary', 2020 Found objects, concrete, wood, white mesh, tiles, paint Dimensions variable