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Reaction Circle of Confusion

"Reaction Circle of Confusion" translates the perception of "blandness" by deconstructing and reinterpreting modern landscape paintings. The virtual space of this work consists of purely organic forms, negating the use of concrete representation of landscape images. It also deploys three levels of spatial dynamics, implying the passage of time and routines. In "Reaction Circle of Confusion", gazing serves as a way for the viewer to engage with the work. In this experience, the spatial sounds, the gas that is gradually released along the viewing process, and the organic-shaped structures that come into contact with the viewer become tangible anchors of existence. Ultimately, the perception of "blandness" gradually intensifies as time passes.

2024 / Installations / 300x300x240 cm / VR Headset, Audio, Plastics, Electronic equipment

This work is created by three artist, include Chen-An Lee, who works with algorithms and installations, Tao-Yun Huang, whose recent focus lies in cybernetics and music composition, and Hsiao-Ching Chou, who specializes in aesthetic expression techniques in building virtual reality spaces.

 Photo Credit: Hsiao-Ching Chou

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