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omar faruk
Aug 02, 2022
In Real Estate Forum
Fungkee's advocacy of not killing animals and refusing to use leather products has been a topic of discussion. However, these three works re-interpret and revitalize common issues from the perspective of non-human species, pulling the audience temporarily away from the "human-centered" perspective and conducting thought experiments from the perspective of other species. (Dunne & Raby, 2013), and then re-reflection on the self-human society. Such a non-human-centered way of thinking just happens to be in the middle of a strategy that has recently triggered reflections in the design world, and has been widely accepted by Actor network whatsapp database theory" in social science and "object-oriented ontology" in philosophy. -oriented ontology), the field of interaction design proposes "more-than human centred design (Coulton & Lindley, 2019)" and "thing-centred design" in fantasy design. speculation) (Giaccardi, etc., 2016)”, both of which are two strategies that try to break through the shackles of anthropocentric thinking, and lead the public to come to the point of view of other species for reflection. Metaphor: The Combination of "Life" and "Artificial In the three works, living things (snails, photosynthetic bacteria, fungi or molds) are combined with one of the materials and other artificial materials, and together they re-create new meanings in the hands of the artist. This paragraph will break down the metaphors that the creature and other man-made materials may imply in our intuitive world in the three works. The first work: Sex Shell, in addition to using the sex culture of snails as a medium to voice gender issues, the soft shape of snails can also echo the public's impression of "alien". Molluscs (octopuses) and arthropods (insects) in mainstream sci-fi art settings are often regarded as "alien" because they lack human-like expressions, have signs of life but are difficult to understand. The template, snail just meets this condition, and it allows the audience to free the shackles of human emotions, ethics, and morals, let go of their self-identity to re-learn, and understand the characteristics of gender fluidity in an alien culture.
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