Ya-Wen Fu's work “Metamorphose" experiments with elements of various technologies, using the force of the body as a medium in creating motion in objects. Energy is generated in the motion of objects of varying mass, creating tension in its movement and interaction with the space. An object deliberately set in the path becomes an external force of interference, deflecting objects to their origins. In studies of the reciprocation of speed and mass, the “perfect" path in physics is disrupted by an enforced or intervening external force. Through motion sensors and a sound enlarger, (for example, the sound of an object impacting the space, its recording, and transformation on replay), we resonate in the ways we live; transformations, inertia, and the right to discern reality is deprived by technology, pulling one another and fracturing.
Source: Taipei Fine Arts Museum．"Metamorphose: Ya-Wen Fu"
ISBN: 9789860772128 Publish: 2021-07 Publisher: Taipei Fine Arts Museum Language：Chinese．English Cover: Paperback Page: 64 Size: 24 x 18 cm
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