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良人良事 _ Marina Abramovic

  什麼是行為藝術?   依照行為藝術教母瑪莉娜·阿布拉莫維奇 (Marina Abramovic) 的解釋,她說:「表演者用身體和心靈建構的狀態,在某一個時間、空間中呈現在觀眾面前,然後彼此會有 “能量對話” 的發生。」 這是個由觀眾與表演者一起創作出作品的藝術型態。     行為藝術對大部分人來說是個陌生的名詞,談到總是被認為十分前衛或備具爭議。因為這些藝術作品不是一幅畫或一座雕像,而是需透過藝術家用自己身體的行為和觀眾的互動來表現他們所要傳達的創作概念。   現年已73歲的Marina,從事行為藝術40年,從70年代開始就創作了許多行為藝術的指標作品,在藝術界頗有聲望。 然而直到2010年在紐約當代藝術館MoMa的表演「藝術家在現場 The Artist is Present」 才將她帶進主流市場,吸引了大量民眾,甚至明星前往參觀。     這個作品的概念非常簡單;在MoMa二樓大廳畫出一塊空間,中間擺著一張桌子和兩張椅子,Marina座在其中一張,對面放著一張空椅。 當觀眾坐於她對面的椅子上時,她就會全神關注的寧試著坐在她對面的這個人。沒有時間限制,你想要坐多久都可以。場地的四周都有打光,全程都有錄影機和攝影機記錄這個過程。 這是個為期三個月的展覽,Marina每天從開館做到閉館,全程不離開她的座位。平日要座8小時,假日隨著閉館時間延長要座10小時。   當她最初有這個想法與策展人討論時,策展人告訴她:「Marina,這裡是紐約,沒有人有時間坐在你對面。」但從開展,每天都有無數人排隊想要座在Marina的對面與她對望。還有很多人連夜打地舖在美術館外就是為了能坐上那張椅子。     許多坐上那張椅子的人會不自覺的開始流淚。   為什麼看似如此簡單的行為卻產生了如此大的反應? 為什麼這麼多人想要參與這項行為藝術展演?     這看似簡單的行為喚起了人們內心深處最深的渴望 – 與人之間的連結 因為科技,人與人之間的關係變得更疏遠、更孤單,也更渴望連結。因為不能言語,因此更需要全神貫注的去感受對方。 當你坐上那張椅子,你被Marina注視著,同時也被還在排對的群眾注視,你被燈光、攝影師和人們包圍,你無處可去除了往自己的內心深處。 社會形態的轉變和科技的發達不只造成我們與他人的疏遠,也疏離自己內心最真實的感受。     這三個月716小時與超過1000個陌生人的對望改變了Marina,也改變了許多人對於行為藝術的觀感。Marina成立了一個研究所,致力於發展和呈現非物質的藝術型態。 真正的藝術會與觀者產生深度對談和激發深入的情緒感受。簡單的概念和100%的專注力更能傳遞重要的訊息。   簡單其實是最困難執行的。   試著全神專注與一個人對望兩分鐘你就知道有多難了。   Marina Abramovic的「藝術家在現場 The Artist is Present」  
2019-10-25

良人良事 _ Joshua Coombes

「這是關於嘗試讓被社會邊緣化的人重新被接納,並給予他們重拾快樂的自信…我知道剪個頭並不能解決一個人的問題,但能讓他們心理上在感受好些的地方。」– Joshua Coombes     Joshua Coombes,#DoSomethingForNothing 運動的發起人,他運用自身身為髮型師的技能,上倫敦街頭替街友免費剪髮,希望能透過這樣微小的行動,提昇他們的自信和帶給他們生活上小而正面的改變。     在開始做這件事之前他不知道他可以實質改變什麼,但他知道沒有解決方案並不代表不能開始行動;所以他從能做的事情開始,付出他的時間和關心,並透過分享這些人的故事將這樣的社會問題人性化。當知道一個人的故事時你就會與他產生連結,他不再是一個問題,而是一個個體。     在他開始從事美髮行業時,就意識到人與人之間的互動關係有多麼的重要。當你花時間與一個人相處,花半小時到45分鐘幫一個人剪頭髮,你會對這個人有更多的了解,而他們也會敞開心胸面對你。人與人間的互動是親密而美麗的事。     每件事都應該從自己開始。     #DoSomethingForNothing 代表的不單純是不求回報去做些什麼,而是付出的同時其實你也在獲得。Joshua表示他做這件事不是因為這是對的事,而是這件事會讓他感覺更好,會讓他覺得自己因此成為一個更好的人。     每天花一點時間去實際幫助有需要的人,將會啟發其他人。「如果每個人,在每個城市,都能做一件不求回報的事,那我們就會改變這個世界了。」Joshua Coombes是這麼說的。   這個產業不就是關於啟發他人與分享嗎?不論對象是誰,你都可以 #DoSomethingForNothing。  
2019-10-25

B: voyage _ 故事起源

  在一個正處於高壓力與長期累積的疲勞感的狀態下,與朋友在討論事情與狀況的時候 她說:「妳現在極度需要旅行放鬆一下,要不要乾脆在國慶連假和我一起到瑞典來個三天兩夜的旅遊?」 當下我便立即查詢的抵達斯德哥爾摩的班機時間,然而光台灣飛行橫越北歐就需要超過16小時以上的航行 三天兩夜扣除飛行時間根本僅剩一天半的時間,宛如到當地吃三餐的概念又即刻搭機回台。 (註: 友人居住地前往瑞典的飛行時間約莫7小時)   腦中浮現以往的旅行想法都是,好不容易買機票出去一趟不就應該要待至少5天或一個禮拜,甚至遠程的都想待個兩週的想法。 然而這個快閃的旅行想法,是從未在我腦海中出現過的概念。 於是覺得好奇,便問朋友是怎麼會有這樣的想法,以及如何克服腦子深根蒂固的「都難得買機票出去了,出去多一點時間比較划算的想法」。 她說這個概念是從36 hours 一書得到的靈感,想法與理由很簡單,單純只想把自己脫離現在的舒適圈,去一個從未去過的城市,給自己一點刺激且增廣見聞的機會。 以往的經驗是如果旅行時間拉長,回國時工作上班,卻相對也需要一段時間來適應,似乎好像也沒有真正感受到放鬆。 假使今天是以一個週末的概念,正常放假以外還能快速回到職場上。 聽完這個概念後,我突然有一個新的想法與感覺,以前常常會抱怨哪來的時間可以休長假出國 還要安頓好所有的工作才能放鬆去旅行,但追根究底,這些都不該是阻擋我們放鬆的機會。 與其累積長期的壓力,再一次性旅行中釋放抒發,不如讓它是高頻率的排解但長度縮短,反而能夠正常運作身心狀況。 因為我們都知道,當你累積一段長期的壓力後,一次性釋放,僅在初期回國後你會感到清爽,也許這個能量可以支撐半年至一年; 但漸漸地在你經過第n次後,旅行回來僅會變成,我越來越不想工作或我好想一直旅行的狀態,怎麼修復都修復不好,周而復始的惡行循環。   也因這一個小小的聊天插曲,我便深刻感受到,此時此刻的我,如不立即出發一趟新旅程,隨時都可能擊潰現在的自己。 於是我便立刻訂了一張翌日前往日本的機票,沒安排確切的旅行行程,僅設定一個目標是之前腦子想很久卻一直沒去的展覽,同時順便去測試自己的日文能力。 旅行首日逛完兩間美術館,深度看了所有的展覽後,內心覺得非常充實, 有種即使我明天立刻回台也會覺得值得的感覺,正因為展覽給予的能量太強大,隔日再度安排參觀另一間美術館。 在多次的獨自旅行中,我深刻發現,原來自己喜歡的是有明確目的性的旅行, 能讓自己增廣見聞、有吸收性的旅遊,而不是購物、拍照打卡的觀光。 回國後,我便興奮不已,迫不及待和朋友分享這趟旅程的收穫,以及推廣這樣有趣的旅行形式。 朋友也說:原本曾未想過要去瑞典做什麼,但得知我從展覽中收穫很多的同時她也開始尋找當地正在展出的展覽活動,吸收新鮮的事物與體驗。   這一小段故事也是生成 B: voyage的成因,其宗旨是想提倡一趟具有啟發性的旅行,至於它是不是符合36小時並不重要,但這趟旅程你必須是能從中得到滿滿的收穫與學習的計畫。    
2019-10-22

良人良事 _ James Turrell 的光線藝術

    「我的作品主要是關於你所看見的而非我所看見的,雖然作品是從我的視覺觀點出發。我對於在空間內的存在感也很有興趣;這是你可以感受到近乎實體存在感的空間 – 一個能讓你有實體感受和力量的空間。」— James Turrell         超過半個世紀以上的時間,美國藝術家詹姆士・特瑞爾(James Turrell)透過運用光線和空間創造出能引發觀者體驗關於人類觀感的極限和想像的藝術作品。他的作品致力於刺激並喚醒人們原始感知的視覺與心理反應。Turrell,一個狂熱的飛行員,飛行了超越12000小時的時間,認為天空就是他的工作室、素材和畫布。     紐約畫評Calvin Tompkins寫道:「他的作品並不是關於光線,或者記錄光線;它就是光線 – 透過感知形式呈現出光線的實體存在。」   Turnell的素材純粹是光線。他說:「我的作品沒有物體、圖像和重點。當沒有物體、圖像和重點時,你在看什麼?你在看你自己在看。對我來說創造一個沒有無言的思考體驗是最重要的。」       當你看著Turnell的作品時,會被緩慢在變化的光線吸引進一個只有你自己和那個光線的時空。如他所描述的,在那個當下除了你和光線的變化之外,腦中的雜訊完全的消失於這個空間中。沒有文字、沒有思考、沒有時間,沒有你,只有光線。       James Turrell 官網      
2019-10-22

良人良事 _ teamLab

  teamLab – 用藝術改變世界 全日本第一座巨型藝術體感遊樂園「teamLab Borderless」數位藝術美術館 於2018在東京台場隆重開幕。 面積高達10,000平方米的空間內有超過50件以上的互動式藝術品,每個參觀者都可用自己的身體、感官去探索和體驗這個沒有邊界的新藝術型態。   teamLab是一個創立於2001年的日本藝術團隊,聚集了400位藝術家、程式設計師、工程師、電腦動畫師、數學家和建築師等跨領域的專家。他們的創作持續在尋求藝術、科學、科技、設計和自然世界間的交集點。     東京台場主題館的展覽主題為「無界的世界」,在這樣一個沒有界線的世界中,彷徨、探索、發現。 沒有邊界的藝術會走出房間,與其他的作品產生交流。作品之間沒有界線,時而混合,時而互相影響。這些相互交融的作品,組成了一個沒有邊界互相連續的世界。 我們將身體沈浸在無界的藝術之中,在10,000平方米的立體空間裡,用自己的身體去探索世界,並與他人共同創造出新的體驗。     teamLab希望透過藝術探索人類與自然間,及人類與世界間的全新關係。數位科技的演進讓藝術能超越現有界線和實體框架。 teamlab想呈現的世界是沒有邊界的,並透過數位科技將主導權還給人們,讓觀賞者能實際進入藝術中互動體驗,進而成為藝術的一部分。   因為沒有邊界,只能透過探索才能前進,並在過程中發現新的自己。     teamLab官方網站    
2019-10-22

B: master _ une

Huang Peng Rui Fiber Sculptor Passionate about portrait creation, loves novel and interesting things. Always searching and learning new things, tend to fuse everyday life into creative works. Good at interpreting characters with refreshing and minimal style to accentuate their key features. Start her own brand named "une" in 2012 When & what encourages you to start this brand? When I was changing my career path, and I felt a bit lost. So I decided to leave work behind and start from scratch.   Is your education background related to work? Somewhat yes and somewhat no (laugh). I majored in “fibre and composite material”, which encompass all fibre materials and their mechanical utilisation. I guess the most related is probably “wool fiber” ?  What’s the concept and story behind your brand name? une originates from the French word meaning “one”. Because every piece of work I hand crafted are uniquely one and only, thus the name. It’s a constant reminder of my intention for creating these works.   How will you describe your creative style? What kind of message do you want to communicate through your work. Simple, refreshing, with distinct smooth texture is my creative style. I want to strip away stereotype perception of wool felt. I follow my intuition for inspiration most of the time when creating works, but when looking at my work altogether, I can’t seem to escape cuteness in the creation styles. It’s probably because my forever inner childishness (laugh).     How do you start your working day? I will try to grasp the time after my day job to start creating works and study languages. When schedule is intense, the adrenaline will boost my creative passion strongly.  When I get into the creative mode, I will not take any breaks and try to finish in one go when my mind is filled with passion. When I feel tired I will make myself a cup of black tea and watch a short video to relax.   Where do you get your inspiration when creating your work? Sometimes from a picture, or images from everyday life. It’s like a light flashes through my mind instantaneously at that moment, and I will immediately note down this sudden flash of inspiration.   What do you do in your leisure time? Read books, watch Japanese drama, go to exhibitions, go to stationery stores. I am crazy about buying stationery!   What kind of books/ magazines do you normally read? I read a wide range of books, but when I buy books care a lot about the layout and the cover, I’m very visual in that sense. Magazine wise I really like CEREAL.     Do you have other artists or designers you admire? Kusama Yayoi. I really like her avant-garde art and infinite polka dots. I admire even she’s old and physically limited, she’s still working hard to create new works. Her spirit is very admirable.  Another artist I admire is Agathe Sorlet. Her drawing are humorous yet cute, using simple lines and single tones to communicate deepest emotions with simplicity is very impressive.   What are your hobbies outside of work? I love to learn. Learn new language, new design or different types of hand crafts. As long it’s fun and interesting I am always tempted to try.   What do you like most about Kaohsiung? The weather, although it’s hot but it’s dry not humid. And Kaohsiung people have true temperament.    What keeps you motivated to move forward? The curiosity of wanting to know how the limit of my capabilities. I’m always super happy whenever I create something new or exceed my current level.     Do you create with your intuitions? I think so. Because all creative inspiration comes from sensual intuitions. Only when creating portraits I will observe people’s facial expressions and facial features more rationally.   What are things you haven’t done now but one day will definitely do? Sky diving, see aurora (went once but didn’t see it). Other list are still collecting.     If you haven’t set up your brand, what do you think you will be doing? Probably continue to be a soulless office worker or a wonderer. But to be honest, I never thought about giving up as a sculptor.   What’s the hardest thing in your work? During the stage at overcoming my fear, there’s a demon. However when you past that stage, all of a sudden it doesn’t seem to be a big deal anymore.     Do you have any hobby for collecting certain things? Doodling version Buzz Lightyear, Metamon (one of the pokemon character) or other funny ugly looking or interesting things.   Is there anything you have to bring in your bag? Lip balm, perfume, purse, but I quite often forget to take my cell phone.   Is there any place you highly recommend everyone to go? You have to go to the desert once, experience the sand blown all over your face, your shoes filled with sand. And the image of red sunset over the desert is truly unforgettable.     Share 3 instagram accounts that you recommend. @cineca They make lots of cute desserts with meaningful stories. @rvstapleton He is one of my favor photographers. @errer The owner has great aethetic sense.   Last question. From 0 to 100, how much you enjoy what you do. 99 points, cause "wool" is an amazing material. It has extensive usage and I am surprised at what I can make any objects with it whatever I want. The last point is the space for enhance, I never satisfy the current condition.     / website / instagram / facebook /
2019-10-15

B: voyage _ Shiota Chiharu

塩田 千春 Shiota Chiharu 1972年出生於日本大阪 原在日本京都精華大學學習油畫,畢業後於1997年開始在德國繼續深造,Marina Abramović是她深受引響的導師之一。   作品:未知的旅程   起初 塩田千春 想成為畫家,因此她開始學繪畫,但從20歲開始, 她開始發現自己想呈現的感覺受限於二維空間的創作裡,繪畫對她而言畫僅剩下顏色,因此塩田開始尋找,屬於自己的材料。  塩田千春說:「我想在空中作畫,因此我開始使用線,畫出線條」,從一根線逐漸構成一個面,糾纏交織的線包裹著空間,形成一個新的空間。       紅色的絲線如同血液,是人與人的情感連結;黑色是代表夜空、宇宙。 黑色同時也呈現人類內在的焦慮與黑暗的時候,觸動人對生老病死的恐懼。白色則是非常純凈,它與生命的開始和終結有關。   2016年〖未知的旅程〗於柏林展出的紀錄影片     作品:在沈默中 九歲時,鄰居家發生火災,她看到這台焦黑的鋼琴,壞掉了、變黑了,再也彈不出聲音, 卻覺得比原來更有存在感,非常美麗。〖在沈默中〗以燒焦的鋼琴為主題,燒焦的椅子表現聽演奏的觀眾群,如同一個音樂會的形式     作品: Connecting Small Memories   對塩田千春而言, 她是在空間中用線作畫,線是人與人的情感連結,像是被剪斷的線(像是斷掉的情感)、鬆弛的線(不再緊密的關係)等等 線如同一個鏡子反射著她的情感,她想讓觀者離開展覽空間後,能持續對作品保有印象,對她而言這是非常重要的。     作品:內與外 「人去世之後,他的存在自此從世界上消失,但是他的記憶、他的情感、他的靈魂還存在,我就是去感受這樣的東西,考慮著這些“不存在中的存在”,用線來做裝置藝術。 」塩田千春說。   在一個展覽結束時,她也已經開始新的展覽,多半的作品在結束展期時會被剪掉,但她並不覺得可惜,反倒自在,因為這些都以保存在她的記憶中。     塩田千春的作品,宛如抽象的詩畫般,敘述著她的情感與記憶。如有能觀賞塩田千春作品的機會,務必要前往欣賞這如詩如畫的三維度空間裝置藝術。  
2019-10-09

B: voyage _ 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT

『設計需要有看透事情的能力與洞察力』 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT 位於東京六本木,利用『設計』的角度與思維,並以『日常生活』作為主題,設計能使生活更加豐富愉悅, 擴大人們的思維也喚起我們對生活的觀察。 不同於一般以藝術展覽為主的美術館,21_21DESIGN SIGHT 強調生活設計, 是發現與創造設計文化未來為基礎的展覽館。     在英語中,『20/20 Vision』意指擁有優異的視力(同等於我們說的視力1.0), 而21_21 DESIGN SIGHT 希望能讓人們更近一步看待事物,SIGHT是表看到設計的視線, 代表觀察事物的方式與其重要性。念讀為『貳壹貳壹』。 以 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT 為設計的角度視點, 心無旁騖地觀察事物,設計存在於日常中,與我們息息相關。     2019年7月起 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT 展出 匯集設計師、建築師與藝術家的『蟲展 – 設計模型』。 昆蟲的發展時間比人類長得多,它們反映了自然界,儘管人類與昆蟲共同並存於生活中, 卻意外地對它們了解甚少,也難以想像它們擁有的豐富色彩、生理結構與習性等。     展場第一件作品迎面而來的是一個放大700倍的巨大象鼻蟲的腳,引領觀眾用不同的視角與方式一窺昆蟲的奧妙世界。       由日本愛蟲聞名的解剖學家養老孟司企劃監修, 牆上也有虫の虫裡收入的養老語錄。       一般如果聽到昆蟲展,多半都會聯想到不喜歡的蟲類和感覺噁心或是討厭的氛圍,但 實際上進入 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT 後,這些顧慮全都一消而散, 展內除了昆蟲標本以外,還結合聽覺與視覺感官的呈現,用不一樣的角度與呈現方式,讓觀賞者一同進入昆蟲深層世界的機會。      ( 上圖:利用聽覺感受昆蟲的世界 / 下圖:昆蟲到喜歡的葉子時發出的聲音 )       ㄒ    此區域為昆蟲萬花筒,十種不同種類的昆蟲藉由光學原理,用微觀的角度欣賞昆蟲不同部位結構的對稱美學。     人們常用自己個人的意見評判昆蟲漂亮或怪異與否。然而這個判斷也會因身份是成人或小孩而有所不同。其實昆蟲是同時存在著漂亮和怪異。或許昆蟲能使動要我們的美感感受。     蟲展展期至2019年11月4日,如有機會到東京旅遊的你,非常推薦到21_21走走看看。   21_21 DESIGN SIGHT  東京都港區赤坂 9-7-6 東京MIDTOWN庭園內 開館時間:11:00 – 20:00(最後入館時間 19:30)  
2019-10-04

B: master _ buchi

    Concept: ”Making threads into wonderful accessories” I’m making embroidery threads into the accessories by using original hardening technique. Respecting the threads exquisite and tender character, I make great use of colored embroidery thread of every variety. Please enjoy an original feel of a material and infinite color combination. I give myself completely into every handmade accessory, with my wish;  “Color Your Everyday Life Cutely and Happily.”   Saki Maeda Embroidery creator, living in Aichi Ken, Japan Favorite foods are rice and soft cream.     Please simply talk about your educational background.  What's the driven force behind the birth of buchi? I was a nutritionist in the hospital, after getting married, I was thinking what I can do by myself. Although, I had not any background of art and design  in school, I like doing handicraft since my childhood. At first, I was making embroidery craft, but there are lots of people who is doing this as well. I wasn't confident enough to stand out in this domain. Therefore, I was thinking I must make the unique work that only me can do it. And this concept is carried through until now.   Tell us about “buchi”, the meaning and the concept of the brand. The brand name of "buchi" is inspired by the name of my pet. Buchi is a cat with variety of brown hair. She is docile, lively and interested. She is one of my favorite family members. I want to keep the delicate lines and rich color of the embroidery thread, so I named it “buchi.”            How would you describe your design style? Could you share with us how you maintain brand consistency? um.. The most important thing is the quality. I had tried for an year to make the embroidery ball as accessories, but I didn’t find out the best way on that time. It must have a right combination otherwise it will lost its slightly glossy. I would like to present the virtue of threads and my works, therefore, all my accessories are in simple design. 100% of embroidery threads, it is light with good quality.     How do you normally start a day? I do morning yoga everyday to wake up the mind and body, providing the energy.       How do you get inspiration for your work? The inspiration is from daily life and children's drawing or creations. They are full of imaginative ideas that I learn a lot from.   What is the most important part of your working process? Color. Especially when I combine the various colors.   Do you follow your instinct to design? Yes, it's all instinct. I like to do it directly with both hands rather than draw a sketch design.       What kind of books/magazines do you like? Books of national costume and colorful bird handbook.   Other artists or designers do you admire? Why? I like "watanabe hiroko" and "deidei clothes shop." I can catch the happy mood from their posts.   How many times have you been to Taiwan? What do you like in Taiwan? This August in 2019 is my first time in Taiwan. I like the food( specially doughnut), the life style in Taiwan and Taiwanese are so friendly.     What keeps you going and staying in tune? Especially when I get the gratefulness from the customers, and see them wearing the accessories that I made. Sometimes I will get the letters from them, that all my motive in keeping doing.   What has been the most joyful thing / experience so far since you started buchi? The moment of first time I had finished the work and held in hands.   And the most difficult part has been…? Keep being passion. Have to make the cutomers and myself to be enjoy.     What have you not tried to do, but would definitely want to try one day? I want to travel to India. I love India embroidery craft and the kantha embroidery. There are some masterpiece presented in museum, I want to see them all. And, I want to learn flamenco dance. Wearing the fancy dress and dancing.     What activites will you do in your leisure time? Plant the vegetable in field and harvest them. I also cook with these vegetables. And one more, "travel" is one of my favorite activities.   Do you specially collect anything ? If so, what is that? I like to collect Japanese traditional crafts, especially the Kyodo-gangu. This is one of my favorite Kyodo-gangu “the mouse is eating rice” from  Ishikawa ken.  Here is the short video to let you easily understand this toy.     Why do you especially choose the embroidery thread as your design material ? The embroidery threads are exquisite and tender. It can be used in sewing, woven,crochet etc, it has extensive usage. Besides there are many colors we can choose. I think it is a charming material.   Your packaging design is so pretty and inspired, how do you come up the ideas for packaging? To present the character of my works, I keep the packages to be simple. And present the thankful warmth with handwriting cards.     You have a good sense of color combination, how would you recommend people to cultivate their own aesthetics? If I have to say, it might be observation of the things in life.   Share 3 instagram accounts that you recommend. @lisa_smirnova  Feel the soul. @timor_textile   I feel like traveling. @kimono_salaokabe   I want to be able to wear a kimono.   Last question. From 0 to 100, how much you enjoy what you do.  85 points. Due to eyestrain and shoulder stiff, I minus 15 points. However, it is amazing to know more people through this work.     website / instagram
2019-10-02