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《藝術認證》第97期

2022/01/26 點閱數:449
《藝術認證》第97期

《藝術認證》97期封面

《藝術認證》No. 97(2021.12)逐光物語
Art Accrediting No. 97: Stories of Light Chasers

「可見性是光的一種質地。顏色則是光的面容。……光是所有生命的起源。『可見』是生命的特徵之一,它無法脫離生命而存在。」*

在2021年的歲末,《藝術認證》97期,以「逐光的人」為主題,關注的便是以「光」──特別是人造光──出發的視覺藝術創作。一片黑暗之中綻放的光輝,無疑具有奪人目光的力度。適度的暗影強化了觀眾對光及其結構的體驗,模糊掉干擾性的背景,引導視覺聚焦在該聚焦的地方,也有時甚至反轉了空間原本的形貌。專題以藝術史的光為引,關注點亮城市之夜的光藝術節慶,以及將人造光源納為關鍵創作要素的藝術家;同時,讀者也將看到高美館《泛‧南‧島藝術祭》、兒美館《黑嚕嚕‧光焱焱》精彩展評,以及延續《藝術認證》長期經營「南島人物特寫」專欄的新篇章。
 * 約翰‧伯格,〈論可見性〉,《觀看的視界》,頁303(台北:麥田,2021)。


{封面概念}

本期封面以光線和光束為基礎單位,想像平面時,可見光線的輪廓;交疊時,則形成一個立體場域,如藝術家透過光的傳遞產生出的空間與隱喻層次。
 

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{本期目次}

 I. 為城市之夜喝采 Light in Art/Festivals
「這是藝術的安排」:淺談西洋藝術中的光線運用與人造光源|張琳
光之文藝復興:倫敦光藝術與城市發展|林盈君
穿越歷史的光影盛宴──法國里昂燈光節|吳億萱
 
II. 逐光的人 Features
玩光、浮光、養光到燭光:關渡光藝術節的蛻變|戴嘉明
空間與感覺──姚仲涵的聲光世界|鄭友寧
數碼生態系中的光影聚落-專訪新媒體藝術家王連晟|陳仲賢
在流變的時空中打漫天的光—藝術家莊志維專訪|林承緯
不光如此:專訪沃手工作創辦人蔡宜婷與蔡奇宏|陳晞
人造光的自然詩歌──貝里‧盎德伍的影像與光裝置|徐柏涵
 
III. 展覽迴響 Exhibition Insights
洋流的精神地理與當代轉向:《泛.南.島藝術祭》的千層海路|龔卓軍
南島的主權慾望,泛‧南‧島的拆解技術|林浩立
不想跟阿基里斯一樣──關於兒美館《黑嚕嚕‧光焱焱》及其展開之藝術扎根教育計劃|顏絃仰
 
IV. 南島當代 Whose Memory?
布農族祈禱小米豐收歌(pasibutbut)的美學及其展演|明立國
專訪:布農族陶藝家李文廣(海舒兒)|徐柏涵

 

By definition, "light" is the fundamental basis for “sight” and “vision”. It is inseparable from human’s cognition of the outside world. Colors, shapes, spaces, visual aesthetics......We can say that it was first because of light so that our eyes could start to see and our civilizations formed.
 
As the use of electric generators became widely available in the 20th century, artificial light has become part of the urban landscape and city operation. Long, dark and mysterious nights have gradually taken on a different appearance. Streets are illuminated, cell phone screens glow with blue light, neon signs flash, and the nightlife of metropolitan men and women is extended indefinitely ...... It is as if an entire generation has evolved around artificial light. On such a basis, it is only natural that artificial light has become an important form of artistic expression, or even an inquiry or symbol of contemporary life.    
 
This issue of Art Accrediting is all about light, titled “Stories of Light Chasers.” Special focus is given to visual art creation that drew inspiration from artificial light. The light that blooms in pitch darkness is undoubtedly so powerful and eye-catching. Moderate degree of shade enhances the viewers’ experience of light and structure, blurring out interfering backgrounds, guiding the eye to focus on where it should, and at times even reversing the original appearance of the space.

I. Light in Art/Festivals  
 “This is the arrangement of art”: Introduction to the Use of Light and Artificial Light in Western Art    |CHANG Lin  
Renaissance of Night: Light Art and London’s City Development|Savi LIN   
A Festival of Light and Shadow Across History—Lyon Festival of Lights |WU Yi-Hsuan        
II. Features    
Floating Lights, Candle Lights, Playing with Light and Cultivating Light: Transformations of the KuanDu Light Art Festival|DAY Jia-Min      
Space and Sentiment- YAO Chung-Han’s World of Sound and Light|CHENG Yu-Ning  
Clusters of Light and Shadow in the Digital Ecosystem—Interview with New Media Artist WANG Lien-Cheng|CHEN Chung-Hsien      
Lighting the Sky in Ever-Changing Time—Interview with artist CHUANG Chih-Wei |Davey LIN     
More than Light: Interview with WINNOWORK “Wo Shou” Founders TSAI Yi-Ting and TSAI Chi-Hong|Sid CHEN      
Natural Poetry of Artificial Light—Video and Light Installations of Barry Underwood|HSU Po-Han     
 
III. Exhibition Insights   
Spiritual Geography and a Contemporary Turn of Ocean Currents: Thousand Waves of the Pan-Austro-Nesian Arts Festival|GONG Jow-Jiun  
The Sovereign Desire of “Austronesian” and the Techniques of Dismantling in the Pan-Austro-Nesian Arts Festival|LIN Hao-Li
When Light Meets Darkness at the Children’s Art Museum and Art Education Programs        |YEN Sian-Yang     
 
IV. 南島當代記憶 Whose Memory? 
The Aesthetics and Performance of Pasibutbut, a Bunun Prayer for Millet Harvest|Ming Li-Kuo     
Interview with Bunun Artist Haisulel Balalavi| HSU Po-Han 
 
V.  Abstract          

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