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2018/04「無為而治」-part3/3

已更新:2019年3月27日



2018 “Action Through Inaction”, Liang Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan

「無為而治」


來到終章的三部曲時,「無為而治」系列作品延續了多年關心的議題,進而將自身情感內化其中,抒發及關懷土地的修復與治癒。在我們觀看著表象之下的山脈,背後所潛藏的事件,這些事件指的是「環境」面對人們的超荷負載,將其擬人化後所展現的情感宣洩,在面對無止盡的耗損之下,大自然的反撲必然成為一種常態。但即使造成了傷痕,不強作妄為,順應自然的態度,自然也會循著秩序而修補治癒。而取其名也是將老子對於無為而無不為的概念挪其所用,如果人不依自然本性行事,完全按照人的功利原則去設置行動目標並為實現這一目標而採取盲目行為,那就必然導致人性的異化,產生大量的虛偽、醜惡和荒誕現象。

文|周代焌



“Action Through Inaction”


The third chapter, which is also the concluding one, “Action Through Inaction,”is the continuation of this long-term artistic exploration. The series features the internalization of emotions and feelings to express the concern for the land to be healed. When we are viewing the mountains, under their appearance hides the occurrence of the environment’s emotional release after it personifies the overloads with human activities. The endless exploitation makes Nature’s counter-attack the most ordinary scene. However, even though the harm is done now, if we adopt an action through inaction, following the course of Nature, Nature will heal itself in accordance with the laws of the Universe. The title of the series is borrowed from Laozi’s idea of “having arrived at this non-inaction, there is nothing that he does not do.” If human action is not motivated by true Nature but our own interest, making “benefit” our only goal and acting blindly to fulfill the goal, the result is the unavoidable alienation of humanity, followed by phenomena of hypocrisy, obscenity, and absurdity everywhere.

Written by CHOU Tai-Chun

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