太魯閣藝駐計劃 II Taroko Arts Residency Project II

ania1280Ania Varez

hanna1280Hannah Sullivan

island1280Island (Dorothy WONG Ka Chung , Eva LIN Yingchi, Benjamin RYSER)

willimannarai1280Nina Willimann & Mayumi Arai

sheafandbarley1280Sheaf+Barley


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第一站:台南
2017/07/22,4:00-16:00,齁空間

第二站:台北
2017/07/29,4:00-16:00,TCAC台北當代藝術中心

第三站:花蓮
2017/08/05-06,大同大禮部落,花蓮縣秀林鄉(限額 25 名,已額滿)

藝術家/團隊:Ania Varez(委內瑞拉),Hannah Sullivan(英國), Island (Dorothy WONG Ka Chung, Eva LIN Yingchi, Benjamin RYSER) (香港、中國、瑞士),Nina Willimann & Mayumi Arai(瑞士、日本),Sheaf+Barley(英國)

策展人:陳政道

「喜歡在早晨,對著前方的三角錐山唱歌。」高齡八十七歲太魯閣族頭目達道.莫那開心說著。

《森人-太魯閣藝駐計劃 II》從「表演」出發進一步探討公共空間的意義。在公共空間中,動植物與人的關係是什麼?是裝飾?是娛樂?是共活?將不同場所動植物自主性(autonomy)比較,帶入公共空間意義的討論。並透過與自然界所有生物及非生物共同體驗的藝術展演,提供一種思考方向。

邀請藝術家們來太魯閣駐紮一個半月,與原住民在自然環境共同生活、一起呼吸,用最在地的方式互動交流。之後,他們將以當代表演藝術創作回應命題-人與自然在公共空間的關係。透過與自然交往的藝術,從不同場所動植物自主性比較,進入公共空間意義的討論。

三場別具巧思的活動即將登場,期待能與老鷹、山羌、穿山甲和您相見!

本計劃由台北市文化局及國家文化藝術基金會支持
特別感謝 大同大禮部落婦女會,TCAC台北當代藝術中心小草藝術學院,台灣文化產業學會,殷森森,換屋計畫,齁空間

1st Event: Tainan City
22/07/2017, 4am-4pm, Howl Space

2nd Event: Taipei City
29/07/2017, 4am-4pm, Taipei Contemporary Art Center

3rd Event: Hualien County
05/08/2017-06/08/2017, Datong and Dali, Taroko National Park(Has been full)

Artists & Artistic Groups: Ania Varez (VE), Hannah Sullivan
(UK), Island (Dorothy WONG Ka Chung, Eva LIN Yingchi, Benjamin RYSER) (HK, CN, CH), Nina Willimann & Mayumi Arai (CH, JP), Sheaf+Barley (UK)

Curator: Cheng-Tao Chen

“I like to sing in front of Mt. Sanchiaochui in the morning.” the eighty-seven-year-old Taroko tribe leader said.

Tree Tree Tree Person — Taroko Arts Residency Project II is a para-curatorial practice of contemporary performance which aims to question the meaning of public space by comparing the relationship among human and nature creatures. In these comparison, we could ask ourselves that the role of nature creatures in our society. Are they our accessories, entertainment supplies, or partners? Obviously, before making a consequence of identifying the meaning of public space, we would be better to judge the autonomy of animals and plants in different spaces and preform performances whose audiences are natural creatures and things. These would benefit the discussion and provide us an alternative perspective for the theme of this project.

In 2017, the project invites five artistic groups to stay in Taroko for one and a half months. During the period of residence, they will live with the aborigines in the natural environment and learn how to interact with nature. After that, they will perform their contemporary performance works to reply the theme of the para-curatorial practice –the relationship of human and nature in the public space. Therefore, in the sense of coupling art with nature, the audience will experience the artistic work with a type of autonomy from national park and help them to compare it with that form human society into the discussion of the meaning of public space accordingly.

Three special performances will debut. Looks forward to meet with eagle, barking deer, pangolin and you!

Sponsored by Department of Cultural Affairs and Taipei City Government and National Culture and Arts Foundation
Special thanks to Artist-Home-Swap, Datong and Dali Women Association, Grass Arts Academy, Howl Space, Sen-Sen Yin, and Taipei Contemporary Art Center