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The Ripple Maze at Gaoshuang
2020
BY
LEE Kuei-Chih
2020
bamboo
30mx 30mx 3.5m
2020
bamboo
30mx 30mx 3.5m
2020
bamboo
30mx 30mx 3.5m
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"The Ripple Maze at Gaoshuang" work is a natural sculpture in the rice fields of Taoyuan City.
The beautiful scene of the rice field evokes my childhood memories of being surrounded by rice fields when I was a child. The ripples in the rice fields often appear along with the farming of laborers, and they have become my most beautiful creation and life nutrient.
I use the image of water as my creative thinking catalyst and practice, then form it combine with the concept of the maze. The maze has the nature of a game, and it also means the process of finding a way out. Humans and nature coexist and grow together, and our lives grow in the process of constant search.
This work is made of bamboo, which is common in Asia, has a long history, and is widely used in daily life. It is also a green and sustainable material for architecture. In the working land of rice farmers, I use this green and sustainable material with Taiwan's local characteristics to produce in the farmland, so that the artwork and the land can coexist harmoniously. Using the image of ripples and mazes to interpret life like water, with the characteristics of circulating, coincidental and flow, and it also expresses the poetic image after my own natural experience, responding to the humanistic thought of nature as the spirit in Chinese natural philosophy.
The work conveys the importance of the coexistence of mankind and nature and the sustainability of the environment. Spreads our concern for the environment by the diffusive energy of the ripples, and recreates the scenery in this charming rice field.

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