在 地 橙
Oranges on Ground
陳泳因 Doreen Chan
03:43 16:9 video
a story about fine arts, two stories about oranges
In 2014, it was controversial that Tate Modern spent £30000 to buy an installation artwork, Soul City (Pyramid of Oranges) 1967, by Roelof Louw which was created with 5800 oranges, to raise questions about ephemerality, time and decay. Visitors were invited to take an orange and as a result the piece literally dematerialises and changes through visitor participation.
*£5 = HKD58.8, price of each orange of Roelof Louw's work
In 2016, it was controversial that an old fruit store coolie died in a car accident and the oranges he left on the road were taken by passersby in Hong Kong.
於2014，英國泰特現代藝術館(Tate Modern)花30,000英鎊(36.5萬港元)，向藝術家魯洛夫‧洛(Roelof Louw)購買一件由5800顆鮮橙組成的另類裝置藝術品「靈魂之城」(Soul City (Pyramid of Oranges) 1967)，惹來外界爭議。作品旨在「就時間流逝及腐敗提出問題」，鼓勵民眾在參觀期間把作品吃掉，藝術館是接受政府資助，質疑此舉浪費公帑。
documentary by Lock Cheung