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填空 - Blank in'
COVID-19 has brought many challenges and changes to the world. People are forced to change their lifestyles and work arrangements. After experiencing "Blank in'" in different situations, we are able to re-examine ourselves, our groups, the environment, culture, and values, and understand that in the new daily life, "Blank creates more possibilities."
Peter Brook, the international theatre master, mentions in his book "The Empty Space" that "the simpler the stage, the more you can focus on the performance; the fewer props on the stage, the more the diverse nature of life and infinite imagination can be displayed, achieving a highly dramatic performance communication style." Designers, in a post-pandemic world, are focusing on various issues in an increasingly simplified life and transforming their experiences of "Blank in" into designs, extending them into a versatile and infinite stage.
The rapid changes in life affect the environment, light, and form that we see. In the gradients formed after the blur, we think from different perspectives and find suitable tools to create, leaving traces in "Blank," focusing on everyday life details that are usually not noticed and letting the answers we fill in not be limited to the picture, using new media to guide the viewer to reach limitless imagination. "Blank " does not mean returning to zero, but instead offers more possibilities.