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聚落計畫 The village project 工作坊

張貼人:貓小編 / 發佈日期:2019-11-06

 

簡介

尋找不可見:打開你的感官
Look for the Unseen: Open Your Sensation
 
高嶺格
Tadasu Takamine
 
時間:11/12-11/13 13:30~16:30
地點:國立臺北藝術大學關渡美術館
 
報名資訊:
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-工作坊介紹-
 
地球上有90%的生物尚未被發現,其中有許多生活在沒有光線的深海裡。在此工作坊裡,盲人鋼琴家李昌勳將引導你如何在不使用視覺訊息的情況下探索自己的潛能。
 
90% of the creature on the earth remains undiscovered and many of them live in the deep ocean without light. In this workshop, Lee Chang Xun, a blind pianist will guide you to find the potential, without using your visual information.
 
-藝術家介紹-
 
高嶺格出生於日本鹿兒島市,2013年起迄今於秋田藝術大學擔任教授, 2016年時曾於國立臺北藝術大學新媒體系擔任客座教授。高嶺格運用影像、裝置和舞台表演等媒介,透過個人經驗和身體的感官挖掘隱藏於社會裡的各種問題。高嶺格受到他與友人間關係的啓發,在仍留有日本強徵韓國礦工挖礦遺跡的舊時錳礦場創作了「韓國愛人」。另一件作品「不速之客」的靈感則來自被海浪沖刷到附近海岸的移民船隻。兩項作品都表現出藝術家自身的痛苦和挫折—這些情感不僅僅是對他者同理心的表現。高嶺格將觀眾帶入一個令人不安的環境,意圖喚起人們的認同感,同時也透過未經訓練、笨拙的肢體,傳達出一種渴望他人温暖和自然的人性。
 
Tadasu Takamine was born in Kagoshima, Japan. He is a professor at the Akita University of Art since 2013. He was a guest professor at the New Media Department, Taipei National University of the Arts. Takamine lays bare buried issues in society through the prism of his own personal experiences and physical sensitivities, employing various media including video, installation and stage performance. Created at the site of a former manganese mine which still bears traces of Japan’s history of Korean forced labor, A Lover from Korea is a work inspired by his relationship with his partner. Another work, The Unwelcomed, takes as its theme an immigrant ship washed ashore on a nearby coast. Both works are laced with a sense of pain and frustration coming from the artist himself—emotions which can’t be dismissed as mere empathy for others. Placing his audience in uncomfortable situations, Takamine pointedly calls into question their sense of belonging, while conveying, through untrained, awkward bodies, an underlying warm, naive humanity that longs for others.
 
*本工作坊以英文授課,現場備有中文口譯The workshop will be conducted in English, Chinese translation will be provided
*更多詳情請洽臉書官網 www.kdmofa.tnua.edu.tw/