葉 子 啟 Yeh Tzu-Chi
風 的 奏 鳴 曲 Wind Sonata
Incheon Art Platform, South Korea, 2012/10
photo 莊惠琳 Chuang HuiLin
I was lying in the dry leaves. The leaves are light and warm. Sunlight came in through the joints of leaves. When the wind took away leaves from me, I heard young audience exclaiming. The sound of friction between wind, leaves, and ground are so beautiful. It’s a performance by wind, leaves, sunlight, and time. The artist hid herself, but the audience saw her will, patience, persistence, and concept. As time went by, the leaves flied away, the shadow came and went when the sun showed and hid itself. The artist body gradually revealed from the head, shoulder and the back when most of the leaves flied away. It's not just wind's sonata, but also a sculpture of the wind.
Chia Ji Ryang's version with music http://vimeo.com/53083690