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艺次元:台湾新媒体艺术展

2016-03-28 16:38 来源: 青鸟 作者:加州长滩美术馆


艺次元:台湾新媒体艺术展

台湾当代艺术蓬勃发展,「艺次元:台湾新媒体艺术展」(Beyond the Frame : New Media Arts From Taiwan)周四(11日)起在加州长滩美术馆(Long Beach Museum of Art)展出,这次作品网罗李小镜、徐瑞宪、林俊廷、曾伟豪、吴季璁及姚仲涵等台湾艺术家的作品,以录像、虚拟现实、声音、互动及机械动力等多元艺术形式呈现,为近年来台湾当代艺术在美国西岸的最大规模的展出。
 
长滩美术馆馆长罗恩尼尔森(Ronald Nelson)表示:「我们很荣幸举办这次的展览,介绍台湾的艺术家给大众,这次展览像圣诞节一样,让我迫不及待,我当初在台南看到其中的部分作品非常兴奋,希望每个人来看展,亲自感受这些艺术作品。」 

「艺次元:台湾新媒体艺术展」展出作品以对象装置为主,最大的作品徐瑞宪的《醉八仙》,甚至需要一整个展览室装设,为容纳这些巨型作品,长滩美术馆决定腾出该馆二楼全部空间,完整呈现新媒体艺术作品,并提供观众游走其中的空间。徐瑞宪说:「这件作品带有中国功夫的背景,运用简单的机械动力装置,结合中国水墨的概念,共同创造一个非常抽象、中国山水的意念。」
 
在媒体科技快速发展的时代,艺术家的创作媒材、概念与形式深受影响,发展出既跨越又融合传统与当代科技的作品,这项展览也鼓励观众和艺术品产生直接对话,因为部分作品是透过感应、移动或触摸方式启动作品,观众可以成为参与作品呈现的一部分。

林俊廷的《花灵-华颜》以传统绘画卷轴概念呈现互动影像,透过交互式设计,当观者接近作品时,牡丹逐渐盛开,似与观众灵犀相通。林俊廷在作品中探讨超时空的概念,希望透过创作和观众互动。

姚仲涵的《动次动次》正是藉由计算机程序与感应装置让观者与光束、声音之间产生互动关系,他说:「这件作品完全开放,其实就是光的乐器的概念,观众用手碰触光,让日光灯通电发出声音,身体、光和声音的连结是非常直接的,这是一个接口,让我看到这个地方的观众怎么和作品互动,很期待在长滩美术馆和居民的交流。」
 
这项展览由文化部驻洛杉矶台湾书院与加州长滩美术馆合办,长滩企业interTrend Communications Inc., Imprint以及inArt space赞助。台湾书院主任张书豹说:「台湾的科技发展向来在全球科技领域是领先的地位,艺术家在创作过程中受科技影响是必然的,我们也想看看这样的情形会产生什么样的创作概念和表现,让美国社会理解台湾这阶段的进步。」
 
「艺次元:台湾新媒体艺术展」
Beyond the Frame : New Media Arts From Taiwan

地点:长滩美术馆
 Long Beach Museum of Art
(2300 E Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90803)
日期:3月11日-5月29日
时间:周四上午11点到晚上8点
周五至周日上午11时至下午5点

Long BeachMuseum of Art to Open New Exhibition BeyondThe Frame: New Media Arts From Taiwan on March 11
 
Exhibition to Feature Six Taiwanese MediaArtists Featuring Works In Video, Virtual, Interactive, and Robotic Art
 
LongBeach, CA - The Long Beach Museum of Art (LBMA) will be opening its main 2016spring exhibition on March 11, 2016 entitled Beyond the Frame: New Media Arts from Taiwan, an innovativeexhibition featuring new media artists who continually evolve their creativepractice with rapid advances in media technology. The exhibition includes thework of six Taiwanese artists: Daniel Lee, Shyu Ruey-Shiann, Lin Jiun-Ting,Tseng Wei-Hao, Wu Chi-Tsung, and Yao Chung-Han. These artists navigate the linebetween artistic tradition and modern technology conceptually as well as inform and medium. Beyond the Frame includes works created with new technologies,including video art, virtual art, interactive art, and robotics. The exhibitionwill run through May 29, 2016.
 
Organizedby the Taiwan Academy, Taipei Economic & Cultural Office in Los Angeles andcurated by Josiane Lih-Huei Lai the exhibition provides the community and ourregion with an opportunity to learn about the artists’ creative processes.Beyond the Frame encourages a conversation between the viewers and the artworksthemselves as most of the artworks are interactive and respond to movement ortouch. The viewer enables the artwork and becomes part of the dialogue thatinvolves creative participation. The experimental practice of these six artiststransforms our perception of art, illustrating how we interact and adapt with acontinuously evolving environment.
 
Themixed-media artworks integrate high or low-tech objects, mechanisms, sound,light, video, and other elements to alter the meaning and functionality of theart object itself; thereby exploring the interaction and relationships amongall of these varied components. Whether visibly apparent or subtly embedded,Eastern philosophy and abstract concepts within the artwork challenge thepossibilities of the medium used and span the boundaries between traditionaland modern, between East and West.
 
“TheMuseum has had a long history presenting cutting edge technology used byartists and Beyond The Frame continues in that tradition,” said ExecutiveDirector Ron Nelson. “We are absolutely thrilled to be working with theseartists and to showcase their talents to our members and patrons of LBMA. Weknow everyone will be enthralled by these unique installations.”
 
Sponsorshipof Beyond the Frame includes the Ministry of Culture, Taiwan, Taiwan Academy,Taipei Economic & Cultural Office in Los Angeles, InART Space, interTrendCommunications Inc., and Imprint. For more information please visit theMuseum’s website at www.lbma.org.
 
About theLong Beach Museum of Art : Located on a magnificent bluff overlooking thePacific Ocean, the Long Beach Museum of Art features a historic mansion andcarriage house, expansive galleries and gardens, oceanfront dining at Claire’sat the Museum and a unique Museum Store. The galleries and store are openThursday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday – Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is$7 for adults, $6 for students and seniors age 62 and older, free for Membersand children under 12, and free for everyone on Thursday evening from 5 p.m. to8 p.m. and all day on Friday. Claire’s is open Thursday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.,Friday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. For moreinformation, call (562) 439-2119 or visit www.lbma.org.

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