感官筆記02

Who made the characters of women?

Author/ Artist: Jeong-in Cha
[London: Camberwell College of Arts, 1997]














































_這是本訴說女性的書,書表達的形態象徵了女性的陰部私處。
_書的結構就像洋蔥一樣一層一層地剝開,把女性最私隱的地方揭開給你看。
_從文字的角度解構女性在東亞社會的形象。
_文字是文化的根本,從書本與漢字看清楚我們日常口舌之中的女性。
_一個窺探女性秘道的 Book Structure。
_美中不足、可再改善之處:
這書可以更有層次。
因為現在這書只是集合了零碎的「女」字部的字,未有完整的深層次意味。
如果由外到內;或是由內到外,寫的是一首詩/完整的 phrase 的話,可能會更吸引有趣。
_書的結構分析圖:

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6 Responses to “感官筆記02”


  1. 1 Ling April 1, 2008 at 5:05 pm

    how did you come across this book? recommended by professors?

  2. 2 hei shing April 1, 2008 at 5:14 pm

    actually, this book is from V&A museum National Art Library. we have a visit to the artist book collection in this library before. that is the frist time we met this book. afterwards, my friend and i ordered some artists’ books to experience again. this one is one of them. i also ordered to experience the string book, mirror book and killing book at the same time.

  3. 4 Ling April 7, 2008 at 5:16 pm

    i’m sure it’s eye-opening. i wish HK got such a library. it’ll do a lot more convenience to us 🙂

  4. 5 hei shing April 7, 2008 at 5:28 pm

    其實我真係唔覺香港有 Book Art,當然,收購外國的 Artist’s Books 做 Collection 係香港的圖書館應該做的;但,香港又有幾多專才真係識呢?(識買、識挑、識選)

  5. 6 Ling April 11, 2008 at 4:19 pm

    pretty agree with that. especially when you’re talking about “appreciation” of the Art of Book, i’m sure not many “experts” here in HK. and that’s why we need someone like you to enhance this culture 🙂


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Hei Shing
chanheishing@gmail.com

書就是… A Book is…


一片紙不但表現時間,也表現空間。而一片片的紙張組合起來的書就是一個高深的容器,盛滿文字,既能從中不斷汲取智慧,又能裝入無限的智慧。

A piece of paper reflects not only time but also space. Books are formed by binding papers together to become containers of words that serve as a reservoir as well as a spring of wisdom.

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