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第十五屆台新藝術獎─視覺、表演及年度大獎揭曉

視覺藝術獎:《立黑吞浪者》─【日曜日式散步者】微型實驗行動ACT 1,鬼丘鬼鏟、黃亞歷、謝仲其、丁麗萍、劉芳一、李世揚共同創作
表演藝術獎:《我知道的太多了》劉冠詳
年度大獎:《回莫村》─ 許家維

圖說:左起視覺藝術獎得主《立黑吞浪者》:丁麗萍、劉芳一、李世揚、鬼丘鬼鏟(陳必綺、李奧森);年度大獎得主《回莫村》:許家維;表演藝術獎得主《我知道的太多了》:劉冠詳。 

關注藝術的嶄新想像,開啟各領域對話平台的台灣當代藝術大獎「台新藝術獎」, 5月13日在眾多藝文界與企業界貴賓參與的頒獎典禮中,揭曉頒布第十五屆台新藝術獎得主,分別是:

視覺藝術獎《立黑吞浪者》─【日曜日式散步者】微型實驗行動ACT 1鬼丘鬼鏟、黃亞歷、謝仲其、丁麗萍、劉芳一、李世揚共同創作(獎金100萬元)

表演藝術獎《我知道的太多了》劉冠詳作品(獎金100萬元)

年度大獎《回莫村》─ 許家維作品(獎金150萬元)

頒獎典禮由台新銀行文化藝術基金會董事長鄭家鐘先生開場致詞,鄭家鐘董事長表示,台新藝術獎的重要性已經遠遠超過了頒獎本身。它以透明獨特的評審機制,鼓勵跨領域對話,透過藝術評論向大眾推介傑出的作品,這些過程激發了社會各界對藝術與創作本質的探討。台新藝術獎在連續三年以不分類方式評選之後,因考量藝術類型本質的不同,採納各界的建言,再度調整為「視覺」與「表演」藝術分類給獎,但仍保留「年度大獎」的不分類精神,以體現當代藝術跨越疆界的趨勢,激發藝術創作更大的可能性。 

圖說:視覺藝術獎:《立黑吞浪者》─【日曜日式散步者】微型實驗行動ACT 1  

圖說:第十五屆台新藝術獎頒獎典禮-台新藝術基金會林曼麗董事頒發視覺藝術獎得主 立黑吞浪者團隊

第一個揭曉頒布的「視覺藝術獎」,即以藝術性卓越,並能呈現新思維、新視野、新表現的方向,頒給「《立黑吞浪者》—【日曜日式散步者】微型實驗行動ACT 1」。該作品以藝術前衛性的視覺概念為出發,發表於玫瑰古蹟─蔡瑞月舞蹈研究社,由鬼丘鬼鏟、黃亞歷、謝仲其、丁麗萍、劉芳一、李世揚六位藝術家共同創作,評選團認為:「《立黑吞浪者》這個傑出、動人的藝術計畫,讓人深思歐洲前衛主義透過日本轉譯、進入台灣這段被遺忘的歷史,以詩歌、體操、影像和聲音藝術等多種語聲的解構式行為表演,發掘日治時期三○年代「風車詩社」封存於台灣文學史中的複雜處境。透過對藝術及歷史檔案的深度研究,充滿創意地重演與詮釋,巧妙地連結了兩個不同時代的實驗野心,最終成為一場在古蹟發生的宣言。」 

圖說:表演藝術獎:《我知道的太多了》劉冠詳作品

圖說:第十五屆台新藝術獎頒獎典禮-台新藝術基金會吳靜吉董事頒發表演藝術獎予劉冠詳

側重於整體製作及藝術表現卓越,具創造力的「表演藝術獎」,則頒給編舞家暨舞者劉冠詳於雲門劇場的製作《我知道的太多了》。此作深獲評選團青睞,盛讚《我知道的太多了》讓人在死之幽谷中看到生之勃然。編舞家從個人的死生經驗中跳脫,觸及了人類永恆的宿命議題,展現了近乎癲狂的祭典儀式下的理性、冷靜與縝密,讓觀眾在迷狂的景象中看到精神的昇華。編舞家以極具原創性的肢體語彙和單純的舞台元素,創造出豐富而抽象的舞台意象。三位表演者極具爆發力,同時具有豐富的質感與層次,令人激賞。」

圖說:年度大獎:《回莫村》─ 許家維作品展場照

圖說:第十五屆台新藝術獎頒獎典禮-藝術基金會創辦人吳東亮先生頒發大獎予許家維

標舉突破框架,富含跨界溝通及跨域探索精神的「年度大獎」,則由【許家維《回莫村》】從十九組入圍作品中獲得桂冠。評選團一致認為:「《回莫村》以強烈的人文關注和跨文化特質,探討冷戰時期國際政治角力下,泰緬邊界一段歷史秘辛與一群被遺忘的人,並置了此地與他方、真實與虛擬,形成一個充滿魅力的複雜文本。許家維長期關注地緣政治,以不同座標映射台灣歷史的外圍。作品成功地融合了紀錄片、偶戲、舞蹈、文學、歷史與田調等複雜元素,形構豐富語彙,打開觀眾對事件的理解與想像,令人動容。」

本屆台新藝術獎由吳瑪悧、張曉雄、鴻鴻、陳貺怡四位國內代表,以及奧地利林茲OK當代藝術中心館長馬丁.史圖 (Martin Sturm)、新加坡國際藝術節總監王景生(Ong Keng Sen)、澳洲雪梨Performance Space藝術總監傑夫.可汗 (Jeff Khan)等七人組成決選團,歷經三日的會議,選出三大獎得主,包括「年度大獎」一百五十萬元獎金、「表演」及「視覺」藝術獎各得一百萬元獎金。

今年頒獎典禮特別邀請動見体劇團符宏征導演擔任節目總監,由「栢優座」劇團許昂與黃宇琳青年夫妻檔擔任雙主持,以戲曲雙簧為主持形式,兩人一搭一唱默契十足;表演節目則邀請青年打擊樂家陳易,以及劇場演員劉冠廷、呂名堯,改編演出法國Compagnie Kahlua樂團原創作品「這不是一顆球」,詼諧且創意的演出,為緊張的氣氛增添輕鬆快意的氣氛。

首次為當屆設置的「第15屆台新藝術獎」專屬網站,以線上「影音資料庫」的概念,透過入圍藝術家影音及文字訪談,讓更多人認識去年在台灣發生、富含美學高度的傑出展演作品,並與UDN聯合影音網合作,直播及錄存頒獎典禮實況,歡迎各界上網關注藝術獎最新消息及藝術家的創作記錄。

第15屆台新藝術獎專網:http://15award.taishinart.org.tw/

第15屆台新藝術獎頒獎典禮現場直播連結:https://youtu.be/Lie3ob5DxnU

第15屆台新藝術獎頒獎典禮側記http://talks.taishinart.org.tw/award/bulletin/2017051802


Winners of the 15th Taishin Visual Arts Award, Performing Arts Award and Annual Grand Prize Announced

The prestigious Taiwanese contemporary arts award, Taishin Arts Award, honors innovative imagination in arts and aims to create a platform for dialogues between different disciplines. On May 13, 2017, guests from the culture and art circles as well as the corporate sector attended the award ceremony, during which the award winners were announced. This year, the winners are:

Taishin Visual Arts Award:

THE BLACK WAVES─Ghost Mountain Ghost Shovel Art Collective, HUANG Ya-li, XIE Zhongqi, LipingLiping, LIU Fang-yi, LEE Shih-yang (NT$ 1 million monetary award).

Taishin Performing Arts Award:

Kids─LIU Kuan Hsiang (NT$ 1 million monetary award).

Taishin Annual Grand Prize:

 Huai Mo Village─Chia-Wei HSU (NT$ 1.5 million monetary award).

The chairman of the Taishin Bank Foundation for Arts and Culture, Mr. Simon CHENG, gave an opening speech at the ceremony, stating that the importance of the Taishin Arts Award has greatly exceeded the presentation of the Award. It encourages interdisciplinary dialogues with its distinctive and transparent system of selection, introduces remarkable works to the public through art criticism, and generates discussions about arts and the essence of artistic creation in society in the process.

After three years of selecting winners in an unclassified manner, re-considering the differences inherent to different types of arts, the Award has accepted suggestions from various fields and re-adopted the classification of "visual arts" and "performing arts." The Award, however, retains the "Annual Grand Prize" to honor the indiscriminating spirit of art, to reflect the interdisciplinary trend in contemporary art, and to stimulate more and greater possibilities in artistic creation.

The first award announced in the ceremony was the "Visual Arts Award," which went to THE BLACK WAVES for its outstanding artistry as well as manifestation of innovative thinking, fresh vision and new direction of expression. The work, co-created by Ghost Mountain Ghost Shovel Art Collective, HUANG Ya-li, XIE Zhongqi, LipingLiping, LIU Fang-yi, LEE Shih-yang, started with an avant-garde visual concept and was performed at Rose Historic Site—Tsai Jui-yueh Dance Research Institute. The jury committee thus commented, "THE BLACK WAVES is a moving live art project that allows us to contemplate a forgotten history of Taiwan, when the European avant-garde arrived through the lens of Japan. The dynamic retrieval in this art work is particularly outstanding for its strategies of reenactment and invention. The powerful spontaneous eruption of poetry, gymnastics, image and sound art reveals a complex moment of the literary landscape of Taiwan, the Le Moulin Poetry Society. The final manifestation from intense research into art archives becomes an exemplary transformation of contemporary interdisciplinary expression in a historical site, bridging two moments in time."

The “Performing Arts Award,” with an emphasis on overall production, masterful artistic performance and creativity, went to choreographer and dancer LIU Kuan Hsiang, who produced Kids at Cloud Gate Theater. The work has won the favor of the jury committee that gave the following praises about the work: "Kids presents the exuberance of life in the valley of death. This work draws on and goes beyond the choreographer’s personal experience facing death to meditate on the ever-present issue of mortality that haunts humanity. It demonstrates the choreographer’s rational meticulousness and calmness in the form of almost delirious ritual, enabling the audience to witness the sublimation in wild and irrational scenes. The choreographer creates abundant and abstract images on the stage with highly original body language and distilled theatre elements. The audio recording of a dialogue between him and his late mother is transformed into a wondrous soundscape, intensifying the explosive, layered and impressive performance by three excellent dancers."

The "Annual Grand Prize" upholds the ideal of breaking through existing frames and honors the spirit of interdisciplinary exchange and exploration. This year, among the nineteen finalists, the jury committee gave the prize to Chia-Wei HSU's Huai Mo Village, and unanimously agreed that "Huai Mo Village is awarded the grand prize for its artistry, its strong humanitarian concern and cross-cultural features, juxtaposing this place and the other place, reality and virtuality. HSU Chia Wei creates an engaging, complex universe that opens up understanding and imagination of geopolitical events, with their continuing ramifications on human beings through time. Huai Mo Village discusses a secret history and forgotten people resulting from the political struggles of the Cold War, at the border of Thailand and Myanmar. HSU, who is an outsider in this context, collaborates with the protagonists to collectively author their narrative. The protagonists are confessors and interrogators, with the viewers being suspended in an impossible return."

The Award's final selection jury committee this year was formed by four Taiwanese jurors, including WU Mali, ZHANG Xiao-Xiong, Hung Hung, and CHEN Kuang-Yi, and three international jurors, including the Director of the OK Offenes Kulturhaus Oberösterreich, Linz, Austria, Martin Sturm, the Festival Director of the Singapore International Festival of Arts, Ong Keng Sen, and the Artistic Director of Performance Space, Sydney, Australia, Jeff Khan. After three days of meetings and discussions, the jurors selected the three winners of the "Annual Grand Prize" for the NT$ 1.5 million prize money, the "Performing Arts Award" and the "Visual Arts Award for the NT$ 1 million prize money each.

For the award ceremony this year, FU Hong Zheng, the director of M.O.V.E. Theatre was invited to be the program director. The young performer couple of Po You Set, HSU Po-Ang and HUANG Yulin, hosted the ceremony in the manner of Chinese opera two-man comic act, showing great chemistry with their witty repartee. Young percussionist, CHEN Yi, and theatre performers, LIU Kuan-Ting and LU Ming-Yao, adapted and performed This is Not a Ball, an original work of the French band, Compagnie Kahlua. The humorous and creative performance eased the nervous atmosphere and added a sense of relaxedness and amusement to the ceremony.

A customized website for the 15th Taishin Arts Award was established this year. Based on the concept of an "online archive," the website introduced to more people the excellent and aesthetically charged exhibitions and performances realized in Taiwan last year through the videos and transcripts of the finalists' interviews. The Award also collaborated with UDN Video to broadcast and record the award ceremony. The Taishin Foundation welcomes all to go online and check out the latest news about the Award and the documentation of the artists' creative work. For the website of the 15th Taishin Arts Award, go to: http://15award.taishinart.org.tw/