光、3D眼鏡、鋁框裱褙30 x 40cm
There are situations in the real world that make giving up an appropriate gesture. I once tried to take off my 3D glasses while watching a 3D video, and when I looked at the red and blue afterimages on the screen, there was a huge amount of glare. At the moment, in order to avoid the risk of vomiting, I had to put back the 3D glasses again. The embarrassing thing is that the nausea stopped, but the “real feeling” of the original viewing can no longer be found. Until the end of the scene, the body is always stuck in this dual reality/truth.
3D, as a technology that simulates reality, deals with the feelings in the brain, and inputs two different images to the brain to give the brain the illusion of a real three-dimensional sense. That is to say: 3D is fake, but three-dimensional is real: in order to pursue reality, what needs to be given up is the perceived position of the body in reality. I tried to release the gaudy cheapness of 3D glasses through their crude form. Here, the 3D technology, which has long been out of date, blurs the written characters and paintings through the light, which metaphorically indicates the suspended state of the contemporary human body.