2/13/2009

欲望東西 欲望物件與微 風景- 草山國際藝術村 92藝文中心

欲望東西



 欲望物件與微 風景

Object: East Meets West Objects of Desire and Microcosm

開幕Opening:     2009.2.14 (Sat.) 14:30

※ 藝術家導覽     Tour Guide by the artists

展期Dates:   2009.2.14 (Sat.) – 2009.3.15 (Sun.)

時間Time:    9:30 am. - 17:30 pm. 週一週二休館 Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays

地點Venue: 草山國際藝術村 92藝文中心 (北市北投區湖底路92 號,陽明山國家公園第一停車場旁)92 Art Center, Grass Mountain Artist Village (No. 92, Hudi Rd., Beitou Dist., Taipei)

藝術家Participating Artists:伊兒絲‧瑪莉‧愛爾  Ilse-Marie Erl ( 紐西蘭科技大學UNITEC, New Zealand)黃淑萍 Huang, Shu-Ping (台灣Taiwan)

「東西」是物件,是文化的對望,是慾望寄居衍生的原點。

伊兒絲‧瑪莉‧愛爾藉訪談互動、資料蒐集等方式,探索「戀物」的起源與歷史。她以毛髮、絲、銀製成的「欲望物件」,述說關於文化、權力與情慾的篇章,並在展場展示的美術書中,留下動人的隻字片語。

黃淑萍的「微 風景」系列作品,跳脫「金工即飾品」的框架,試圖藉微小物件,展現「萬物冥合」之感。她不希望刻意雕琢造型,而是以融合藝術、人文與自然的角度揣摩自然,邀請觀者細探作品中包藏的寬闊「風景」。

“Object: East Meets West” exhibition intends to create a dialogue between western and eastern ways of contemplating objects.  Ilse-Marie Erl’s “Objects of Desire” is a contemplation of the origin and history of the “Fetish.” The project has an interactive component interviewing people to collect information. The artifacts are made of human hair, silk and silver. Each object represents a story. These narratives can be explored in the artist book, which is part of the work.

Annie Huang’s “Microcosm” contemplates the intrinsic beauty of nature through the jewellery with well-considered treatment of its surfaces. The pieces are not highly polished but allow the viewers to engage with subtle variations of detail. In the tiny, the entire complexity of nature can be found.




參展藝術家介紹伊兒絲‧瑪莉‧愛爾  Ilse-Marie Erl

駐村期程Residency Period: 2009-01-29 - 2009-03-06 紐西蘭科技大學交換藝術家UNITEC | New Zealand

當代金工藝術家伊兒絲‧瑪莉‧愛爾對包含表演、文件及社會介入等形式的概念作品特別感興趣。愛爾擅長以金工物件,詮釋個人與城市社會脈絡間的關係。愛爾駐村期間將進行台北與奧克蘭間的石材交流計畫,以探討物件中關於移民、紀念與行為的意涵。

Ilse Marie Erl, a contemporary jewellery maker, is particularly drawn to conceptual work that involves performance, documentation and socially interactive approaches. Erl is interested in employing jewellery objects to mediate the relationship between the individual and the larger urban and social context. During Erl’s residency, she will transplant materials from Auckland, New Zealand to Taipei, Taiwan and back. This exchange of core material from one situation to another explores ideas relating to migration, the souvenir and the performative object.