Xuanlynn Wang

“The labels of this world affix
to flesh with scorn, yet with time,
the canvas of the body transforms
into a masterpiece reborn.”


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Environment conciseness magazine
Jinguashi Geopark 金瓜石地質公園

In the series of documentary photography on the environment consciousness hypothesis theory, I am focusing on the natural organics under the topic of the environmental consciousness hypothesis. The Jinguashi Geological Park used to be Benshan Mine in Taiwan. In the 19th year of Guangxu (1893 A.D.), the Keelung River gold digger went upstream along from Houtong and found the little Jinguashi outcrop, where the outcrop of Main Vein orebody, the largest ore body in Jinguashi, lay before. The main vein ore body not only was on a large scale but was the main gold and copper vein in Jinguashi. In the first documentary photograph that is basic on the environmental consciousness hypothesis theory, I spotlight the rock at the Jinguashi

Geological Park to be the analysis of the main point. Using the shape, the color, the texture, and the silhouette of the rock to observe the natural track on the earth. As a creator to reflect the concept between the esthesis of the environment and the unconscious projection in art and the ideology contained inside of our environment.

在這一系列環境意識假說的攝影記錄裡,我將環境意識專注在所有的自然有機物上。台灣的金瓜石地質公園原本為本山礦場,在光緒19年(西元1893年)基隆河淘金客從猴硐溯溪而上發現九份小金瓜露頭,是金瓜石最大礦體的主脈礦體露頭。 主脈礦體不僅規模大,而且還是金瓜石的主要金銅礦脈。而在第一本環境意識假說的攝影紀錄中,我以金瓜石地質公園的石頭為紀錄要點,利用每顆石頭的形狀,顏色,質感跟輪廓來觀察自然在地球上的足跡,反思環境的感知對於創作者對於藝術的淺意識投射以及環境中所蘊藏的意識型態。