Before you enter the room, the first thing before you see the artwork is the guidance line on the ground in two relatively complementary colours (pink and green) and the written word ”PLEASE GET IN” that invites people to enter the room. Following the guidance line, you enter the room and you are directed to the glass sculpture. It is somewhat abstract and plant-like. Then you see a pink bean bag sofa in a weird position placed underneath the glass sculpture. Although it seems a bit dangerous, you sit down and take a look at the glass sculpture from another angle which makes it look slightly different, and it seems as if you are becoming part of the artwork. In fact, from the very beginning, when you step in between the pink and green lines, you (as I) are already one of the components of the artwork.

     

How should we define this piece of art? When does the audience actually see this work? Which is the most important part of this artwork? The lines? The glass? The people? The object description from the artist? Please do not follow others, but read between lines.

 

在你進入房間之前第一件事你看到藝術品之前是地面上的兩條相對互補的粉紅色和綠色的指引線並且書面文字「請進來」邀請人們進入房間遵循指南您進入房間並引導您進入玻璃雕塑它是一種抽象和植物然後你看到一個粉色豆袋沙發放在玻璃雕塑的下面處於一個奇怪的位置雖然看起來有點危險但你坐下來從另一個角度看玻璃雕塑這使得玻璃雕塑看起來有點不同而你似乎也成為了藝術品的一部分事實上從一開始當你介入粉紅線和綠線之間時你(就像我)已經是藝術品的組成部分之一

我們應該如何定義這件藝術品?觀眾什麼時候看到這件藝術品?這是這件作品中最重要的部分?線?玻璃?人?藝術家的對象描述?請不要跟隨其他人而是在各行之間閱讀

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