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Jialu Sand wave
2019
BY
LEE Kuei-Chih
2019
drift wood
22.8x 10x 3.2 m
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The old name of Zhuangwei is Jialu Shapu, which is a place where sand dunes are like waves. The work combines the unique sand dune landscape of this place, and I use the local driftwood to create a streamlined natural sculpture and named it "Jialu Sand wave".
The sandy soil of the Lanyang Plain is good for cantaloupe growth and has a reputation as the "Hometown of Cantaloupe". Therefore, I use driftwood to woven it each other, so that the shadows mapped by the sun shining works looks like the netting of cantaloupe and create a natural light and shadow sculpture with inner and outer penetrating space on this sand dune. It is also a habitat space that invites people into this natural sculpture and watching the light and shadow drift over time, feeling the silence and infinity between nature.

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