This work contains a two-dimensional image and a three-dimensional installation with real lemons. The display revolves around the object and... Read More
This work contains a two-dimensional image and a three-dimensional installation with real lemons.
The display revolves around the object and the presence of the viewer, discussing the way to understand our seeing and feeling.
The title of this work can be read as:
“Please adopt the lemon as a 'Scale' to ‘calculate’ ♀ + ♂.”
What I envisage in this work is in fact an unstable relationship between two events that have not been defined by the current context. This relationship is a referential one in which the lemon can be adopted as a baseline. It leads to a kind of scepticism between the interpretive space of the work and the real space, or even to an absurdity. It can also be a dialogical relationship, with lemon as the language or signal used by the to-be-determined object in the answer.
Lemon is an extremely contradictory organism. If perceived from the exterior, it possesses an appropriate weight and intimacy, as well as a distinctive fragrance. And while the sourness interior immediately takes the senses to the opposite extreme. This fulfills my imagination of the sense of complex that should be expressed in this work: the viewer can recognize its exterior and interior by imagining it, but can also experience it directly, even challenge their own senses, and become aware of the connection between the two - the presence of 'Scale' and their own position.