零廢棄藝術實踐 - 春日寸土間與苔球工作坊 Zero-Waste Art - Spring in Doma and Moss ball workshop │ Taipei Botanic Garden, Taipei (TW) │ 2015


春日寸土間 Spring in Doma
台北植物園 Taipei Botanical Garden, 2015


日本傳統家屋中,室內外空間的交界區域稱為「土間」,是將土地夯實或鋪上水泥砂漿,用來從事工藝或農務等等營生活動的區域。然而,由於生活與生產方式改變,土間在現代家屋中已縮小僅剩玄關區域。

臺北植物園中的日式建築「南門町三二三」,保留了這個傳統的,與自然、泥土靠近的區域。創作期間適逢植物園園區撤換苔癬,便將換下的苔癬引入土間,搭配其他材料在室內裝置春光風景,重新模糊室內外、人與自然邊界。

The refurbished old Japanese House in Taipei Botanical Garden, Nanmoncho 323, has the traditional transitional area between indoors and outdoors, the doma, where the agriculture or handicraft activities happening. Since those activities do not happen at home anymore, the doma area lost its functions and shank into a small entrance. 

In this installation, I brought the moss, removed from the botanical garden, to Nanmoncho 323's doma, re-introducing the transitional character of this area.


苔球工作坊 Moss Ball Workshop
台北植物園 Taipei Botanical Garden, 2015


在地球日週末舉辦「苔球工作坊」作為閉幕活動,除了重新將手工製作活動引回土間,並且讓民眾使用展覽材料製成作品帶走,開啟材料的又一生命。


The Moss Ball Workshop on the Earth Day was the closing event for the Spring in Doma exhibition. In this event, the participants made moss balls directly from the materials of the installations. In this way, the handicraft activity was re-introduced to the doma place, and all materials of the art piece became new art pieces.