Guizhou Province, Xijiang Qianhu Miao Village Nightscape Landscape Lighting Design
Xijiang Qianhu Miao Village is the world ’s largest Hmong gathering area and the largest Miao village, known as the “Miao Capital”, with hundreds of years of history, simple folk customs, original ecological buildings, and landscapes. In the design of scenic areas, we often start from the perspective of planning, emphasizing the elements such as organization and function. In this case, in addition to the consideration of conventional planning, from the perspective of emotion and culture, what should be reflected in the picture is to go deep into life, listen to the voice and thoughts of the inner expression carrier after resonating with the goal, and seek the audience's resonance and interactive. Like the freehand method of Chinese landscape painting, focusing on the creation of artistic conception, instead of tangling the lamp position of one brick, one tile, one floor, one bridge, the vision is more macroscopic and creative. Through the expression of subversive backlighting, visitors are substituted into a vaguely vague impression of the life stories of frontier ethnic minorities that have lasted for hundreds of years, allowing them to imagine and play the occurrences and scenes of this ageless, ancient and ordinary life story. Combined with the disciplinary requirements of tourism economy, it emphasizes the unique and interactive tourism experience. Using the structure of the play as a reference to create "Xijiangwang", a performance by primitive actors such as landscape, architecture, and plants, the ups and downs are in the hearts of tourists.