5(m) x 6(m) x 5(m)
Taiwan Lantern Festival
Liu Che Chun
The concept is derived from the magnificent view of Ali Mountain. Whyixd explains the mysterious mountain landscape with its specialized ability, trying to break through their past works by combining visual effect and space again.
The mountain scenery is concentrated in the double-deck light fixtures, showing the splendid mountain scenery. This work renews the life of woods through high-speed rotation. As physical structure dissolving in the blend of optical illusion, only the silhouette of light circles remain. Viewer’s thought becomes a cloud of green smoke, leaping into the forest, being gently soothed in the misty ambience.
The light fixtures are arranged in a mountain shape, imitating the scenery of mountain in four seasons, symbolizing the ancient tree on the summit and demonstrating the sight to the audience. Therefore, viewer can cross the bounds, withdrawing from the frame of time and space. While gazing at the sight of this installation it feels like entering another dimension, catching the whispers attentively from the fairy of mountain.