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《遺物雜誌》/ 倪瑞宏 x 目彔事物

《遺物雜誌》/ 倪瑞宏 x 目彔事物

1) 105 x 188 mm |《遺物迪斯科》
2) 178 x 250 mm |《遺物雜誌 | 附錄》
3) 216 x 300 mm |《遺物雜誌》

藏品提供:N 先生

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《遺物雜誌》由倪瑞宏和目彔事物於 2021 與 2023 年間共同創作。僅以此書獻給 N 先生和他的家人。

《遺物雜誌》記錄了神秘藏家 N 先生所收藏的紀念禮品,白瓷簍空花瓶、鑲花珐瑯盤、夜光對杯、琉璃鳥擺飾、雙面熊貓啃竹刺繡、迷你國劇臉譜模型、竹林七賢屏風縮小版、蘭亭序複製卷軸、金色鑲鑽北京奧運鳥巢鑰匙圈、如意造型的隨身碟……這些物品都是 N 先生在大學任教期間到訪中國各城市的大學交流活動中所獲贈,同時也代表著中國文人對於玩物的精神追求。【遺物】謂超脫於世物之外;是古人或逝者留下的物件;也是他人遺失的物品。



Ni Jui Hung x Mulu Office


1) 105 x 188 mm DISCO RELICS

2) 178 x 250 mm RELICS MAGAZINE | ANNEX

3) 216 x 300 mm RELICS MAGAZINE

Produce: Ni Jui Hung X Mulu Office

Collection: Mr. N

Documentation: Mulu Office

Drawing: Ni Jui Hung

Relics Magazine was co-created by Ni Jui Hung and Mulu Office between 2021 and 2023. This work is dedicated to Mr. N and his family.

Relics Magazine records the commemorative gifts collected by the mysterious collector Mr. N. Among many other items, there is an empty white porcelain basket vase, an inlaid enamel plate, a luminous pair of cups, glazed bird decorations, a double-sided panda embroidery, miniature models, a golden diamond-encrusted Beijing Olympic Bird’s Nest key ring, and an organically-shaped flash drive. Obtained by Mr. N during university exchanges he participated in as an educator across various cities in China, these items reflect the pursuit and desire for keepsakes by Chinese scholars and students. Seen through this work, “relics” are things beyond objects, things left behind, and/or things that are lost.

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