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填空 - Blank in'


國立雲林科技大學 視覺傳達設計系

疫情使全世界面臨諸多挑戰與變化,人們被迫改變生活型態、辦公形式,在經歷不同情況的「空」後,得以在這當下重新檢視自身與群體、環境、文化、思想之間的關係,並從新的日常中理解到——「空,形成更多可能。」 國際劇場大師——彼得.布魯克(Peter Brook)在其書《空的空間》中提到:「越簡單的舞台,就越能將焦點集中在表演上,越簡單象徵的道具陳設,就越能展現生命多變的本質和無窮的想像力,達成高度戲劇性的表演溝通方式」。設計師們在疫情後愈趨簡單的生活裡,嘗試將注意力聚焦於各種議題,將「空下」後的體驗轉換為設計,展延成一個多變、無窮的舞台。 生活的快速變化下使所視之環境、光影與造型皆受影響。在模糊後形成的漸層裡,我們從不同的角度去思考,找尋適合的工具去創作,在「空」中留下一道道痕跡,使平時不被注意的生活細節聚焦為主題,讓填入的答案不侷限於圖面上,用新的媒介引領觀展者抵達無邊的想像。「空下」並非歸零,反倒擁有更多可能性。 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.

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