王略 | Lue Wang
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In Nature series, Lue Wang utilizes the realness of photographs to record a kind of so- called natural look which is actually artificial by 4 x5 black and white films on purpose. The realness at first sight makes me feel that as if they are living here with animal’s freedom, loneliness, intimacy and slaughter as well. It looks like the real nature with beings circulating inside. While after the first sight, the non-naturalistic elements keep reminding me of the truth and take me back to a rather rational way. The displacement and misplacement of spaces provide me not only unusual visual experience but also a new perspective of the significance of reality and illusion to human beings. Human beings themselves, however, have never stopped exploring the truth of life. Their activities such as deciphering gene codes, cultivating new life species and even coping themselves are not at all surprising now. It seems that human beings are omnipotent and become the controller of everything on the earth. But is it the truth? Whether human beings can really control the truth and their sense but let themselves living in lies or not? And is it a paradox that only when we stay in high walls which built by ourselves we can be relaxed to talk with “nature” and accept “self fabricating” wonders without embarrassment?