Game Palace of Hell Master? Indeed! Together with the Quantum Charge in
an Ice Palace, our latest collection Cubist Trilogy leads to another new
era in sensory experience. What kind of game is played in the Game
Palace? How does a time-swap between Dawn and Night inside of the Game
Palace feel like? All is to be revealed through these two olfactory
artworks. Behind this metamorphosis, these two exquisite compositions
reflect just one storyline: game might be hell, but hell is only a game.
At the first light of dawn, a column of exhausted mirrors returns to
their sleeping chamber, while other insensate objects and the creatures within the game palace begin to restructure silently. The
gigantic orange bouquets aligned in the centre of the atrium compete
with each other, manifesting individuality through their exuberant
scent. As the light inside the palace alters, an intense beam of
sunlight enters the voiceless palace through the ever-closed crystal
gate, casting prisms of dancing light across the white marble floor.
While the sun rises, the light through the fish scale-patterned crystal gate intensifies on the orange bouquets, creating an even more powerful aroma—indescribable but crisp fresh.
Look closely and you’ll see the bouquets are on fire, flaming vigorously. They catch fire in the sun! This unspoken signal suggests that the Hell Master’s ceremony of flaming blooms is beginning, heralding the dawn in the Game Palace.
The impression of GPHM Game Palace of Hell Master is depicted through two fragrances: the Dawn and the Night. Representing the two opposing parts of each day, they exhibit an elusive, atmospheric exchange in an undisclosed place—the Game Palace. Dawn begins with a flamboyant radiance and carries this invigorating aura into an esoteric, ceremonial night-time. In turn, Night hypnotises with deep, shifting darkness as it returns us once more towards the bright coming of day. The extraordinary challenge in this conception is to achieve the kinetic effects of time by controlling the weight and strength of each fragrant molecule. In this way, the audience can sense the gradient of time—the evolving atmosphere and rhythm of the universe.
What kind of game is played in the Game Palace? How does a time-swap between Dawn and Night inside of the Game Palace feel like? All is to be revealed through these two olfactory artworks. Behind this metamorphosis, these two exquisite compositions reflect just one storyline: game might be hell, but hell is only a game.
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THE EXHIBITION OF AN ELUSIVE AND ATMOSPHERIC EXCHANGE