An inconspicuous item may evoke memories that we may not realize have been kept hidden in our hearts for some time. Be it good or bad, those memories have become an inseperable part of our lives.
駁二椅子樂譜 ｜Chair Score
The wooden desks and chairs inscribed with words written by liquid correction fluid, (“WiteOut”) are what many people recall from their days as elementary students.
If this is the case, then you will definitely find the installation in Dayi Warehouses, at the Pier-2 Art Center very nostalgic.
Made from 1,032 wooden chairs, the installation “Chair Score” resembles a labyrinth of musical scores.
In the middle of the installation sits a white wooden chair. Upon sitting on the chair, your time travel trip may begin.
With sunshine sifting through the gaps of the wooden chairs, the art piece gives off a serene ambience, which is rather alluring.
Surrounded by tall trees, the colorful and unique design of the “Chair Score” makes it a feast for the eyes.
The masterpiece is created by artist, Yen Ming-hung (顏名宏), who collected many used chairs and desks from schools in Kaohsiung.
The art piece itself symbolizes “past memories” while the trees are the embodiment of “nature.”
Together, the installation along with its surroundings and blue sky engage viewers into a dialogue on a spiritual level.
地址｜How to get there ：高雄市鹽埕區公園二路13-24號｜No. 13-24, Gongyuan 2nd Rd., Yancheng Dist., Kaohsiung City | 電話｜Phone: 07-521-4899