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第一屆台北當代水墨雙年展
展覽日期
2007-07-25 ~ 2007-09-02
 

第一屆台北當代水墨雙年展

展期: 2007-07-25 ~ 2007-09-02
地點: 週二至週日 上午10:00-下午5:00

 

 

 

展  期/2007.7.25-9.2
開幕茶會/2007.7.25 13:30
   劃/劉國松、袁金塔、曹筱玥
展出地點/201301401402501展覽室
指導單位/教育部
主辦單位/國立臺北藝術大學 關渡美術館
感謝器材提供/財團法人國家文化藝術基金會科技藝術獎助專案

參展藝術家:
【水墨館】劉國松、袁金塔策劃
仇德樹、何唯娜、李貞受、李振明、孟昌明、林振福、林龍成、金秀吉、金泳煥、金嬉瑛、洪根深、倪再沁、袁金塔、高行健、梁棟材、梁藍波、陳成球、
君立、程代勒、馮鍾睿、楊曉春、趙緒成、劉子建、劉金芝、劉偉基、劉國松、劉國興
【文學館】陳義芝策劃
文學創作-
成英姝、許悔之、陳義芝、蔡素芬
美術協同-
吳恭瑞、李錫岳、曹筱玥、郭炎煌
【水墨錄像館】楊心一策劃
吳達坤、姚瑞中
【紙藝創作館】Julia Draganovic策劃
林章湖、黃淑卿、廖修平、鄭政煌、Anila Rubiku
【時尚設計館】曹筱玥策劃
盧明德

【展覽說明】

即便今日處於全球化與流行文化當道的生活環境中,台灣仍有許多人對於水墨藝術的印象,停留在《芥子園畫譜》的階段。這樣的現象往往造成水墨藝術與現代生活的格格不入。然而即便如此台灣仍有許多水墨藝術家,試著以水墨這項獨特的東方藝術,詮釋日新月異的文化氛圍,企圖讓水墨藝術更貼近當代生活。


有鑑於此,第一屆台北當代水墨雙年展設定以「時尚水墨」為主題。由一群橫跨各領域的藝術家們,以「流行文化」為主軸,透過繪畫、文學、設計、錄像、紙類複合媒材等等形式,探討流行文化的意涵,展現藝術家對於人文的關懷。具體而言,以水墨藝術、或結合其他類別的當代藝術,共同呈現人們對於「流行文化」的感動、反省與批判,正是本展覽所努力追求的目標。

而為求展現水墨結合文學、設計、錄像等等藝術的充沛創作能量,本展覽邀請數位藝術家與多處藝文單位,分別策劃以下各主題館的展示內容。例如:「水墨館」由劉國松與袁金塔共同策展,展出台灣、中國大陸、香港、韓國、新加坡、美國、加拿大等地的水墨藝術家作品68件;「文學館」由陳義芝邀請陳義芝、許悔之、成英姝、蔡素芬等4位台灣文學家,共同創作8件作品;「水墨錄像館」由楊心一策劃展出作品2件;「紙藝術創作」則由Chelsea美術館館長Julia Draganovic策劃展出4件作品等等。

這是一個橫跨多種藝術領域的展覽,由各個領域的創作者共同展現當代水墨藝術的多元風貌。相對於傳統自然主義式水墨的雅逸出世,第一屆台北當代水墨雙年展的關懷與表現對象,遠遠超過傳統水墨的範疇,是一種對於社會文化高度敏銳的入世創作。我們期待透過此次展覽,「流行文化」能再生為一件件藝術品,獲得另一層次的象徵意義,而台灣當代水墨也能因為與當前時尚消費社會產生互動後,更形激發創作者的人文情感與關懷,吐露不同面貌的台灣文化深度與廣度。
(彙編自第一屆台北當代水墨雙年展 總策劃袁金塔<時尚水墨在台北>)

We are actually living in a world of globalization and popular culture. However, many people still associate ink painting with “catalog of Chinese painting”, which makes ink painting to be out of tune with modern society. A lot of ink painting artists do not make their efforts alone in the remote mountains, instead, they attempt to use ink painting as a special oriental art material to interpret the ever-changing cultural ambiance and to touch the contemporary lives

Hence, the major topic of the First Taipei Contemporary Ink Painting Biennale is “fashion ink painting”.  Artists from various fields use forms of ink painting, literature, design, video, paper, and some other compound materials to explore cultural implication of “popular culture” and to express their caring for humanities.  Specifically, the main objective of this exhibition is presenting how people react, examine, and criticize popular culture by combining ink painting with other contemporary art expressions.

The exhibition is an attempt to cross over boundaries of fields and to gather all the artists together to brainstorm a greater innovation.  Liu Kuo-song and Yuan Chin-taa are the curators of in painting section, and they select 68 pieces from Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, United States, and Canada.  In literature section, Chen Yi-zi invites Hsu Hui-chi, Cheng Ying-chu, and Tsai Su-fen to create 8 art pieces with him.  In ink painting video section, curator Yang Hsin-yi selects two great pieces to show in the exhibition.  In paper art section, director of ChelseaArt Museum, Julia Draganovic, selects 4 outstanding art works. 

This is an exhibition that crosses different art fields, and presents diverse facets of modern ink paintings with artists, writers, designers and so on.  In contrast to traditional naturalism of ink painting, what the biennial cares and shows is far more than that of traditional ink painting.  We expect that “popular culture” could reproduce more art pieces and be embodied with new meanings through this exhibition.  We also hope that contemporary ink painting in Taiwan would interact with consumption society, and shows the emotion and care for humanities of the artists and creates a cultural depth and width.

(Adapted from Yuan Chin-taa, Contemporary Consumption Civilization and Thoughts of Ink Painting Creation)