A Whole View

After I got all the photos, I put them together to view, not one piece after another one. Scattering on the floor, there were attractions of those photos– those moments and the objects, that met at the same time. I felt excited that it has only happened in a moment, not one and one flash to form a period of senses. There were some implicit mysteries hidden there, just like that more essential relationship with objects shown in the photos.

I wonder what and how.

There were also some interesting things that I noticed in the whole view.

Thinking back to the Watermellon, the starter point of this project, I had been fascinated by an underlying ambiguous desire of the sense of going deeper. I also noticed the colourful ambiguity in my photos– contain a sense of sexuality and a pure desire with no evil or good at all. It had started my sensation of metaphor and the latent characteristic, which also the another approach to objects, as another perspective that I described at the beginning of this project.

The element of the gate was quite an impressive metaphor in the “after viewing” this time. It was shown in several photos and connected all.

This gave me inspiration for my final exhibition, and I decided to install a place that had different doors inside( I mean the metaphorical door ). There would be different layers in this space, and the photos would be shown under the different doors in different layers. This space would be like a maze for the people to walk inside and see the intrinsic angles of a larger complex world.



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