Death of Any Sort

任何形式的死亡

一个在线墓园,记录与人类无关的死亡。
An online graveyard for dead beings except humans.

Time: May, 2020 - Forever





1. 我会用我的手机拍摄记录下我所遇见的每一份死亡,此举与人类无关。
2. 我不必思考,也不可过度反应。
3. 我不可更改图像的原有状态。

1. I will use my phone to take pictures of any sort of death I encounter except human beings.
2. I shall not think or over react to the death.
3. I shall not modify or change the original state of the images.
从疫情隔离开始,我会用我的手机拍摄记录下我所遇见的每一份除了人类以外的死亡。这一切开始于我作为行刑者杀死了一只苍蝇。至此,我总共捕捉到八份。

我将它们和干燥剂一起封入食品保鲜袋中,陈列在它们被发现的相对高度上,大多为地面高度。死去的物什被抛之于地,在人类的视平线之外。自上而下,俯视,作为一个人类的视角,极具其特权。当观众看向地面上的死亡时,他/她们就被暴露在不必要和不舒适当中,这在一个由人类主导构建的环境体系中是被刻意规避的。

在此,我试图引出观者惯有的视野范围——其中即使作为捕捉者的我也一直在扮演选择性忽视的角色,仅捕捉到了八份死亡;以及探寻在人类统治下,死亡的几何结构和选择逻辑。

I use my phone to take photos of every death I encountered except for human beings since quarantine. It all traced back to the moment that I executed a fly. Since then, 8 have been captured.

To keep the death “fresh”, each of them is sealed together with a bag of desiccant into food storage bags. The deaths are placed at the relative heights of discovery, most are at the ground level. The deaths are tossed to the road effortlessly, out of eye level. Overlook is a privileged perspective of human beings. By looking at the ground, the audience are exposed to the unnecessary and uncomfortable presence.

I’m exploring the verticality that a human persists, and the geometry and selectivity of the concept of death under the dominance and dictatorship of humans.







他们的死亡本身就是无足轻重,它的死和它的、它的死,它们可以被混淆。日期和地点并不能够赋予他们任何珍贵的意义。

︎ deathofanysort︎︎︎
︎ Death of A Fly 苍蝇之死





Mark