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泛‧南‧島藝術祭

2021.07.17 - 2021.10.31 本館 高美館101-104展覽室


《泛‧南‧島藝術祭》官網連結:https://www.kmfa.gov.tw/SouthIslandPan/

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《泛‧南‧島藝術祭》定時導覽:週二~周六 10:30、14:00│週日 10:30、14:30

 




永恆存在的洋流可說是海洋最壯觀的景致

 

這股看似隱而未顯的力量,卻跨越了整個行星,牽動了覆蓋地球的龐大水體,和星球外部的神秘宇宙有著千絲萬縷的聯繫。當南島語族搭乘舷外支架獨木舟,航向更廣大的世界時,跟隨洋流的移動便成為南島文化的特質之一。

 

《泛‧南‧島藝術祭》展名「PAN──泛、南方、島嶼」,分別具有以下意涵:

泛Pan-廣泛與跨越邊界的視野

南方Austro-多元與非中心收束的觀點 

島嶼Nesian-海洋性多邊連結

透過「南方」與「島嶼」這兩個詞彙在概念上的「流動」與「游離」,我們想提出與主流現代主義文化具相對性「開放」的概念;而在「泛」的概念下,我們期盼在全球文化語境中,透過當代藝術提供超越血緣、語言、族群等跨疆界的「議題共同區」。

 

《泛‧南‧島藝術祭》立基於高美館長期對南島當代藝術的研究與關注,以島嶼而非陸塊作為關注基準點,擁抱海洋流動、去疆界的特質,以「藝術祭」形式,促進城市新文化品牌的建立。本展邀請了臺灣、澳洲、紐西蘭、韓國、日本、巴基斯坦、法國共23組藝術家參與,展區分為「從已知到未知」、「暗黑島嶼」與「生生流轉」共三個子題。第一子題「從已知到未知」著眼於人如何從已知的本土,面向未知的境地。第二主題「暗黑島嶼」,則更進一步的深入帝國主義與殖民影響,包含社群衝突及剝削之下的深沉水域,反省傷痕修復的可能性。第三主題「生生流轉」則思考站在當代千瘡百孔的世界,我們又該如何自處?


藝術家
Yuki Kihara/ 王虹凱/ 吳思嶔/ 吳燦政 / 杉本博司/ 宜德思‧盧信/ 拉黑子‧達立夫東冬‧侯溫/ 林介文/ 拉拉‧魯克/ 邱杰森&莫珊嵐/ 簡‧金‧凱森 / 約翰‧普爾 /娜辛娜.霍海亞/ 張致中 / 張恩滿/ 強納森‧瓊斯 / 蒂摩爾古薪舞集/ 雷恩 雷斌 / 劉哲安 / 盧建銘 / 蘿拉‧葛里諾


搶先預知展覽內容,不要錯過《藝術認證》96期--泛‧南‧島航行指南
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指導單位:文化部、海洋委員會、高雄市政府、高雄市政府文化局

主辦單位:高雄市立美術館

贊助單位:美術館之友聯誼會、高毓琦、台灣福興文教基金會

國際串聯:日惹雙年展、財團法人國家文化藝術基金會「ARTWAVE-臺灣國際藝術網路平台」、財團法人臺灣亞洲交流基金會

官方合作:國家人權博物館、澳洲辦事處

媒體協力:典藏今藝術、非池中藝術網、藝術家雜誌、Shopping Design、LaVie、聯合文學、簡訊設計

特別感謝:大立精品、台灣蔦屋書店、誠品書店、高雄市立圖書館
 


The permanent currents of the ocean are, in a way, the most majestic of her phenomena.

This invisible power reaches across the planet, tugging on the gigantic water body that envelopes the planet and forms a myriad of extraterrestrial connections with the mysterious universe. When Austronesians sailed toward the broader world in outboard canoes, their movements along the currents became a quality of the signature characteristic of Austronesian culture.

The title of Pan-Austro-Nesian Arts Festival represents:

Pan ─ expansive, all-inclusive visions that transcend boundaries.

Austro ─ plural, non-center-constrained perspectives.

Nesian ─ multilateral oceanic connections.

Compared to mainstream cultures of modernism, the concepts of “Austro” and “Nesian” enjoy relative “openness,” conveying fluidity and dissociation. Also, referring to the “Pan” concept, we hope to create a common ground through contemporary art, where issues are shared in a global cultural context and where communication transcends blood ties, languages, ethnic groups and national boundaries. 

The Pan-Austro-Nesian Arts Festival builds on Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts’ long-established research and interest in contemporary Austronesian art. By zeroing in on the islands instead of the continents, the arts festival embraces the fluidity and non-rigid territorial characters of the ocean, developing a new cultural brand for the city of Kaohsiung. Twenty-three groups of artists across Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Pakistan, and France are participating in this exhibition. The exhibition is divided into three subtopics: “From Known to Unknown,” “Dark Islands,” “Circle of Life”. The first subtopic, “From Known to Unknown,” discusses how people set off from familiar grounds to explore unknown realms. The second subtopic, “Dark Islands,” looks further into the impact of Imperialism and Colonialism and beneath the deep waters of conflicts and exploitations in the community to reflect on the possibility of healing. The third subtopic, “Circle of Life,” contemplates our status in the embattled contemporary world: how shall we live with ourselves? 


Artists

Yuki Kihara/ Wang Hong-Kai/ Wu Sih-Chin/Wu Tsan-Cheng / Hiroshi Sugimoto/ Idas Losin/ Rahic Talif / Dondon Hounwn/ Labay Eyong/ Lala Rukh/ Chiu Chieh-Sen & Margot Guillemot/  Jane Jin Kaisen/ John Pule /Ngahina Hohaia/ Chang Chih-Chung /Chang En-Man/Jonathan Jones / Tjimur Dance Theatre /  Kulele Ruladen /Masiswagger Zingrur /Varig Tinaway / Lu Chien Ming / Lola Greeno


Supervisor: Ministry of Culture, Ocean Affairs Council, Kaohsiung City Government, Bureau of Cultural Affairs Kaohsiung City Government

Organizer: Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts (KMFA)

Sponsors: Museum Friends Association, Yu-Chi Kao, Taiwan Fuhsing Culture & Education Foundation

International Collaboration:  Yayasan Biennale Yogyakarta, National Culture and Arts Foundation ARTWAVE -Taiwan International Arts Network, Taiwan-Asia Exchange Foundation

Official Partners: National Human Rights Museum, Australian Office in Taipei

Media Support:ARTCO Monthly, Art Emperor, Artist Magazine, Shopping Design, LaVie, unitas lifestyle, Simple Info

Special Thanks:TALEES, TSUTAYA BOOKSTORE, eslite bookstore, Kaohsiung Public Library

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