The indigenous people's daily life is immersed in nature, permeated with a sense of pastoral aesthetics and guided by a god-fearing stance in life.
This sense of aesthetics and stance carries significance beyond its place of origin and deserves to be promoted further afield to the modern metropolis to move the ordinary folks like you and me.
Driftwood, slab stones, pottery clay, tree bark cloths, bamboo, Alpinia Zerumbet, shredded bananas are all organic materials that carry not only a temperature and a heart-felt friendly texture, but also contain a continuous flux of cultural lives and stories: labor with pleasance, mission of preserving and passing on (the cultures and traditions, past and present), pursuit of happiness…
The exhibition is presented in the set-up of an interior living space to strengthen the pro-everyday life association of the exhibits. The interior of a traditional living space and its aesthetics is thus presented as an exterior display for contemporary modern living and everyday objects. The indigenous culture and aesthetics no longer need to rely on the discrepancy depletion of signifiers in order to be visible in the mainstream world, but instead, is now possible to enter our everyday life as a positive and pleasant life attitude.