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Listening to The Dark
2012~
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Lee Yeh-lin
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
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Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
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Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
Listening to The Dark
2012~
digital prints
Dimensions Variable
01 / 10

keeP silent
until the gazE
fell upoN
the brEaking
poinT
of Reality
As it
shaTters
crystalizE

the reverBeration
in a framE

The series of works was shot on the fringe of cities in Taiwan, mostly when night falls. It is also a private record of wandering at the border of my sensory recognition.

In my creative process over years, I first learnt how to listen, then how to look.

The difference between the two sensory experience is that looking is more limited by one’s own intention. We only see what we want to see, and follow what we can see.

But one can’t escape from listening. The only thing one can do is just unconditioned acceptance. This attitude continues to influence my way of looking. To feel without intention. Be open to the unexpected. And beauty may lie within this confusion.

This experience is somewhat similar to repetitively writing of a chinese character. At a certain moment, you suddenly feel this character is so unfamiliar. It is the interruption of meaning, the split between signifier and signified, the tangle between concrete and abstract.

I savour this confusion in the dark. When sounds are heard from within, I click the shutter.

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3 artworks / 15 exhibition
Photographic Art
Yehlin Lee, 1976 born in Taipei, Taiwan. He began to make sound art since 2001, focused on Humanistic Soundscape Recording, Electroacoustic Music and Musique concrète. In 2011, he turned to use photography as a creative medium. Photography to him ...
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Lee Yeh-lin, 2012~, Photographic Art
Lee Yeh-lin, 2012~, Photographic Art