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TCAC 台北当代艺术中心:【艺术家如何在複杂的全球社会环境

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TCAC 台北当代艺术中心【艺术家如何在複杂的全球社会环境中自处】TCAC 台北当代艺术中心:【艺术家如何在複杂的全球社会环境
    展期

    日期:2015-09-04 ~ 2015-09-04

    地点

    TCAC 台北当代艺术中心(台北市大同区保安街49巷11号1楼)

      时间:2015.9.4 (五) 7pm
      讲者:Irwan Ahmett&Tita Salina
      主持人:黄舒屏
      此讲座将以英文进行。

      双人艺术团体Irwan Ahmett和Tita Salina目前受邀参与由策展人黄舒屏在国美馆策划的2015亚洲艺术双年展,而正在台湾展开进行新的艺术计画。
      艺术家团体关注的主题包括脆弱、複杂和诡辩矛盾的元素中蕴含的人类普世价值。近年持续地探究那有时或许因为人造物质所囿限固化的艺术疆界。他们提问是否还有哪样的艺术领地是更加趋于本质的?相信于艺术作为一种「感知意识」应该被鬆绑于那些矮化艺术价值的学院及机制教义。文明进程中的「人为干扰」 则让艺术作品的鉴赏评价如同一阵炫风、自然而然地成为一种「告知」。然而,当面对着当前世界纷扰多端的问题,艺术的纯粹性愈加驱使着艺术家,并使艺术家关注的面向走向对于社会性的、冲突性的、不公不义的、环境以及天灾等让世界面目全非的国族历史伤痕中,艺术家的使命将是让世界再度微笑!

      艺术家
      Irwan Ahmett和Tita Salina为来自于雅加达的双人艺术团体,两位艺术家的合作始自2010年的《都会戏码》计画。此艺术团体于公共空间中创作了系列社区介入计画以呼应都市的现状问题,其创作方法始于寻觅公民议题、回应关注对象,接着将创作想法注入于涉及或无涉及公民的特定场域中,而就创作而言,他们总是以‘PLAY’作为其美学方法。
      其近两年的创作转向关注于更为複杂的题目如关于社会不公、政治意味、环境、能源以及边缘族群等,此艺术团体尝试于探索那些几乎不被正规体制所触及的新领域,而这些探索则往往创造了人类普世价值。

      主持人
      黄舒屏1976年生于台湾新竹,1999年毕业于台湾大学外国语文学系,赴英就读里兹大学,为里兹大学女性理论与视觉理论硕士。返台后于艺术家出版社担任编辑;2002年至2008年为台北当代艺术馆展览组助理研究员,曾策划「梅式解读玩—梅丁衍个展」(2003)、「漫无目的—王德瑜个展」(2003)、「EX-TT-03:黄世杰个展」(2003)、「複音:李明维,谢素梅双个展」(2007)。
      2008年至2010年参与「上海电子艺术节」、「2009亚洲艺术双年展」、「蔡国强—农民达芬奇」等展览筹办及专案统筹工作;2009年于台北市立美术馆策画「当代艺术神话—张宏图、杨茂林、涂维政」展览。2010年策画国美馆「浮世山水—台湾艺术心貌」,该展并赴东京相田光男美术馆展出。2011年策画国美馆「M型思惟—2011亚洲艺术双年展」,2013年策画国美馆「返常─2013亚洲艺术双年展」。黄舒屏为现任国立台湾美术馆展览组研究员。

      Time: 4 Sep, 2015 (Fri), 7-9pm
      Venue: Taipei Contemporary Art Center
      Speaker: Irwan Ahmett&Tita Salina
      Moderator: Iris Shu-Ping Huang
      The talk will be in English.

      The artist duo Irwan Ahmett and Tita Salina are currently in Taiwan at the invitation of NTMoFA to realize their new project for Asian Art Biennale 2015 curated by Iris Shu-ping Huang.
      They focus on subjects that have vulnerable, complex and paradoxical elements for the embedded universal human values. In the last couple of years, they have been interested in exploring the boundaries of art that sometimes could be mistaken by people for their artificial materials. Is there another territory of art that is more intrinsic? The artist duo believes art, as a ‘sensibility consciousness,’ should be freed from academic and institutional dogmas, which sometimes downgrade the value of art. Naturally, the sensibility valued in an artwork should be a ‘notification’ when there is a ‘jamming’ in the pace of civilization. Just like a whirl of typhoon. The purity of art has pulled them into a deeper state, in particular when they witness the problematic world conditions. They are entering the territory of the social, conflict, injustice, environment, natural disasters to trauma history of nations that have blurred the face of the earth with the mission to make the world smile again.

      Artist
      Irwan Ahmett and Tita Salina – an artist duo based in Jakarta, started their collaboration in 2010 for the Urban Play project. They created series of interventions in public space responding to the situations and problems in urban surroundings. Their working method begins with finding citizen’s problems and responding with found objects then applying ideas in site specific areas with or without involving citizens. In practice, they always use a PLAY method.
      For the last two years,their works have shifted into some complex topics which relate to social injustice, political overtones, environment, energy and marginalized groups. They’d like to explore new territories that are hardly touched by the formal system, and often these kind of situations could create universal fundamental values of humanity.

      Moderator
      Iris Shu-Ping Huang is currently working as curator at National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. She was born in 1976 in Hsin-chu, Taiwan and graduated from National Taiwan University with a degree in Foreign Language and Literature. After acquiring a Master degree in Feminism and the Visual Arts from University of Leeds in UK, she was been an Associate curator in the Museum of Contemporary Art for 6 years. She specializes in the curating of Asian Contemporary Art and modern/contemporary art history in Taiwan. Iris Shu-Ping HUANG is the curator of 2011 and 2013 Asian Art Biennial.


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