谷文达 乾坤沉浮 谷氏简词碑1号 拓片21-50， 墨、艺术纸
谷氏简词是本身在六十时代中期起先一直在观念的风流倜傥件规模不小的词典式的艺术小说。在本人开端工编织写的深入历程中，慢慢发生了二个希望：简词是或不是同时又是生龙活虎部可广而用之的简词典？ 此一意思发生的由来有三。其后生可畏，自七十时代前期笔者撰文了风华正茂多元伪、错字以来，平素想做风度翩翩件与之相背弃的文字艺术文章，她既是大器晚成件艺术品，亦是运用并得以放手，并在中原语言文字史上还未有品味过的。其二，成百上千年来，汉语那生机勃勃社会风气古老的言语一直未有过以字为词。换言之，单一字不结合词，而俄文唯有词。其三，作者正在寻思创作的简词易认、易懂、易记、易用，可到达不学而通，而只要有小学程度的人皆可接受熟谙。 中中原人民共和国书艺历来皆崇尚繁体字，正草隶篆阅世代演变，总括出了黄金时代套特种的美学规范。自新中中原人民共和国一败涂地以来，文改活动推广简化字二十多年来，非常是经验了文化大革命,简体字已家常便饭普遍，唯独繁体字及其美学在书艺中的权威性却毫发未受振撼。简词集简体字的科学性与繁体字的审美性为紧凑。简词或以合二为生龙活虎法将三个简体字合併而成风流倜傥词，或以偏旁代字法将风流倜傥偏旁作为一字，并与它结合而成词。简词易认易用，而由多个简体字合成使得她並且又保留了繁体字的书艺美的感到。
My StatementBy Gu WendaI have been thinking over Mr. Gus Dictionary of Another Simple Chinese Characters since the middle of 90s and I think it is a large-scale dictionary-like work series. And I produced an idea that it is not merely a dictionary but also a thesaurus. At least I intend to do so.
There are three reasons which lead me to that desire：One, I am desirable to create out of the work series based on wrongly written or mispronounced characters since 80s a new revise sort which is both art pieces and a attempt to promote Chinese character, which have never emerged in the history; Two, I try to transform single Chinese character to form new word as English language；Three, the words I created is simple and easy to be understood, to be remembered and to be used, everyone even he /she is illiterate could understand and master them easily.
Most of Chinese calligraphers prefer traditional Chinese character, or cursive hand, or official script or seal character in a regular criterion of aesthetics. And the 5 decades of promotion of simple Chinese character since the founding of the Republic, it has already become popular among all the Chinese, particularly within the country, yet it seems the character reform movement had made no a little bit impact on calligraphy and traditional characters are still taken as the orthodox. I try to combine two single characters to be a word by using both radicals. So Id like to say its a Chinese character revolution rather than merely calligraphic art of a sort for art enjoyment.