易地戀|5.19-7.15|弔詭畫廊

易地戀|5.19-7.15|弔詭畫廊

 

易地戀 Exchanging Views

策展人|Curator:李怡志 Lee Ichih
藝術家|Artists:婁和生-Lou He-Sheng 崔綵珊-Tsui Tsai-Shan 莊惠琳-Chuang Hui-lin 洪韵婷-Hung Yun-Ting 許家禎-Syu,Jia-Jhen 林家禾-Chia Ho Lin 倪瑞宏-Ni Jui_Hung 吳芊頤-Wu,Chien-Yi 吳燦政-Wu,Tsan-Cheng 李杰恩-Lee Jay-En 李珮瑜-Li Pei Yu 詹詠幀-Chan, Yung-Jen 劉致宏-Chihhung Liu

展期|Term:2018.05.19-2018.07.15
開幕|Opening:2018.05.19 3pm
地點|弔詭畫廊
更多資訊|www.184cranegallery.com


易地戀 Exchanging Views

時間改變我們對於城市的理解,為此人們調整空間裡的身體經驗,與場域重新發生關係,在生活中實踐既個人又集體的地方感知,勾勒出身體的日常路徑,緩緩在空間形體中沉澱、積累、再現。鹽埕,走到1970年代商業發展的高峰後沒落,時間的軌跡像是樹狀迷宮般延展,以一連串差異、不均、對立、疏離、非正式、非單一實體的零碎地點組成空間。存於城市裡的經驗、記憶與生活片段解離,從人們不經意的「戀舊」中召喚,連結地方,指向未來的對話,組織成一張張錯置、複合空間的介面與網路,建構出共同體的想像。

「易地」,可以是一個時空概念的轉換,如1970年代與現今的狀態,也可以是空間經驗的改變,或是生活習慣的交換(exchanging)。而「戀」則是彼此關係的交流和交往,一種帶有主動、抽象、非理性的情感網絡,維繫人與人,人與物、人與空間,人與自然,或是人與記憶間的認同、歸屬或依賴,同時涉及溫度、視覺、聽覺、觸覺、味覺與意識等感官和身體經驗的開展與重建,與當代藝術特質相同,透過藝術家介入新的生活美學跟生活關係中被再現、被創造。

Exchanging Views

Time changes our understanding of the city. For this reason, people adjust their bodily experiences in space, re-establish connections with site, and execute spatial perceptions that are personal and communal in their living, to outline the daily course of the body, gradually precipitating, accumulating, and reconstructing in form. After the decline of commercial development in the 1970s, traces of time in Yen-Cheng expand like a tree or a labyrinth, linking divergent, uneven, disparate, alienated, informal, and non-single entities of fragmentary places into space. Experiences, memories, and segments from the everyday disconnect in city, summoned by an unintentional “nostalgia,” linking places, signaling future conversations, forming one after another misplaced, composite spatial interface and network: a communal imagination.

“Exchange” can be a transformation in the concept of space and time, like the relation between our current state and the 1970s, but it can also be a change of spatial experiences, or an exchange of habits. “Longing” is the exchange and contact between individuals, which carries an active, abstract, and irrational emotional web, connecting people with people, people and things, people and space, people and nature, or people with identity, belonging or dependency within memory, involving the expansion and construction of sensory and bodily experiences, including warmth, vision, hearing, touch, taste and consciousness, much like the properties of contemporary art, represented and reproduced through the intervention in quotidian aesthetic and relations of artists.