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It is really hard to detect "TIME" and we are rarely conscious of it, it is always there. Therefore, I want to use the medium of a small exhibition to turn time into something visible, tangible, and understandable to everyone.
As time progresses, plants sprout, gradually grow, change color, and wither. In this mini-exhibition, I use common plants around me to condense the clues of time from the four seasons into pieces of crystals. Viewers can see a day, a week, a month, and a season through rows of plants of different sizes and colors, which represent different periods of time and the overall trajectory of the flow of time.
Douliu City, Yunlin, Taiwan
National Yunlin University of Science and Technology