Desire is paradoxical. It can empower us and it can also make us slaves. It can become a bloated, grasping hideous drive to consume, dominate, posture and possess, yet desire can also invest the world we have made with sacred meaning that enables and empowers us. Love in the Age of Big Construction asks us to consider how ever-burgeoning, insatiable desire has created the motive force behind the juggernaut of "capitalism with Chinese characteristics" that is literally tearing down the "old China" in order to build the nation anew. As art critic Maya Kóvskaya has described it, "a dialectic of antinomies to create a space for overcoming." The "softness of the bed of cotton," for instance, "is used to overcome the hardness of the machine, weightless clouds to hold up tons of steel, sensuality to overcome the numbed mechanization of contemporary times, Eros to tame the Death drive, seduction to overcome violation, and feminine generativity to overcome masculine destructivity."
关于“爱在大工地时代” 文\韩冰
《爱在大工地时代》试图以人的身体和心灵之爱来缓解社会生产中机械化的暴力,表演中选择生产和劳动工具作为行为实施的对象,然而当肉体的自然性遭遇机器的社会性其冲突在所难免。在这些表演中大工地时代的暴力玩具与我的身体的交往呈现的是一场相对温柔的欲望拯救的游戏。我以私人情欲来对话社会机械的冷漠,我以身心对机器近乎强迫的爱来“对抗”工业暴力。我以主动的施爱行为来回应都市化运动及现代化工业生产对人的日常生活空间的强暴和对人的心理的吞噬。然而,当身体携带着无止境的欲望颠簸在运动的世界里的时候,孱弱的爱只能如此沉重地演绎在苍白的现实上。

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Love in the Age of Big Construction: IV, 2007