「 L’oeuf = Love ﹦蛋 ﹦O ﹦愛 ‘ 精子湯匙到處去旅行。」
“L’oeuf = Love = Egg = O = Love, ‘ the sperm spoons travels everywhere.”
Little Bear Forest has been opened in the Taipei East District for 15 years, and the most symbolic landmark of the restaurant has to be the big tree at its front door, which was planted by the owner when the place opened 15 years ago. It has grown from a small sapling to the thriving big tree today, and certainly adds a vibrantly touch of green to the community. When a local scene meets a nomadic life, what kind of sparks will be kindled?
Legend Li-Chen Lin uses the theme of a nomadic nest to look into the concept of human's future and the continuation of life, and a main element in her creative works is the sperm spoon. The tadpole sperm-like icon comes from the French word, l'oeuf, which means egg and sounds similar to the English word, love, and the l’oeuf icon “,” then becomes the source of transformation in Lin's iconic creations. Through the fusion of love and life as the starting point, various creative works are extended out from dialogues with life.
Urban life's compositions are formed by the deposits of life's memories, and regardless of it being a traveler or an inhabitant's daily life, every gesture leaves behind various essences that come together to form an original concoction. With a playful presentation method, the artist effortlessly displays her thoughtful contemplations for the future generation.