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主標題:間接的精神性 副標題:祭祀行為與常民生活的間接共構 基地:桃園市平鎮區民俗文化公園 學生姓名:鄧翔任 指導老師:陳為寧 在過去,紀念以巨大的尺寸來呈現紀念的精神性,而在台灣,更是以量化的、華麗的、巨大的的構築體去呈現對先人的紀念,然而這樣的彰顯,造成了這類空間格外的顯眼,導致人們避免去靠近,這源自於中華民族對亡者心理上的避諱,但在現今的世代,紀念物早已不需再高大的聳立,因為紀念的形成除了對象徵的投射,更重要的是呈現一個紀念的環境,並非一個華麗的碑,而如何讓紀念或祭祀行為能藉由間接之精神性使用狀態,從建築中解放出來,讓形式與常民活動並存;如何從鄰避設施,進而翻轉成都市的連續公共面與開放空間,是我所要挑戰的事情。 In the past, commemoration presented the spirituality of commemoration in a huge size, but in Taiwan, it presents the commemoration of the ancestors in a quantified, gorgeous, and huge structure. However, such a manifestation has caused such a The space is extraordinarily conspicuous, causing people to avoid approaching, which stems from the psychological taboo of the Chinese nation for the deceased, but in today’s generation, monuments no longer need to stand tall, because the formation of commemorations is in addition to the projection of symbols, What is more important is to present a commemorative environment, not a gorgeous monument, but how to make commemoration or sacrificial behavior free from architecture through indirect spiritual use, so that form and ordinary activities coexist; how to avoid NIMBY Facilities, and then turn the continuous public face and open space of urban city, is what I want to challenge.