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「跳針!眺真!!跳針!眺真!!叫我姐姐!!!」

葉怡利+王建揚雙個展

主辦人/單位: 絕對空間

首次展演日期: 2014-05-17    結束展演日期: 2014-06-15
詳細時間說明:
12:00-20:00 週二至週五 Tue.-Fri.
14:00-20:00 週六至週日 Sat.-Sun.
週一公休

活動地點: 絕對空間 Absolute Space
活動地址: 台南市中西區民生路一段205巷11號

關於展演:


林羽婕策展論述 

跳針!無疑是2013年最火紅的表演,除了歌曲紅、歌手紅,也反映了台灣俗文化的全新翻轉;跳針原來指的是唱片壞了,因而不斷地重複同樣曲段的一種現象,現在反而變成了一種加強印象的手法,時下的廣告也大量運用這種手法,正如西方街頭次文化的饒舌,現在也變成商業主流文化,「跳針」的流行和成功,可視為台灣跳脫西方饒舌跟風,端出本土文化菜色的最新代表。 

台灣的當代藝術,在解嚴後至九O年代初,曾有一段藝術和社會相互對應的風潮,自九O中期後,有人說藝術進入了「頓挫」的新世代階段,創作回到自我中心,不再熱衷回應社會脈動;本計畫案的兩位藝術家葉怡利和王建揚,可稱是這一波新世代藝術家群中的特有種---一方面他們看似自我中心導向,事實上他們的創作總是有意呼應社會文化、積極探討人心現象。 

葉怡利,畢業於台南藝術大學造形所,從純造型藝術走向跨界創作,媒材使用及表達形式綜合了立體雕塑、影像媒體及行為表演等,本次展出計畫將展場打造成個人藝術神殿,結合阿拉伯神燈、東方仙女、西方精靈等不同角色意象,寫照後現代時期全球文化混浴交融所帶來的價值混亂與錯愕感知。 

王建揚,畢業於台灣藝術大學美術系,擅長結合編導式攝影(擺拍)和影像後製作,他的創作鎖定當代「宅男」文化現象,以大量色彩繽紛的玩具和青春粉嫩的女體為素材,營造一種超現實感的個人玩樂世界,反映出現代人只能從眼前假象和自我幻想中尋找出口的一種偽生活策略。 

葉怡利和王建揚的創作,以歡樂輕盈為共同的基調,藝術語彙充滿「跳針.跳針」的趣味,卻能讓我們從中「眺真.眺真」社會現實,他們批判而不悲情,他們搞笑卻不矯情,他們的努力和成績,已超越西方人創造的「給我一個讚」,而直接呼應了台灣本土時下流行的愛慕說法「叫我姐姐.叫我姐姐」!

 

   “Tiao Zhen[1],” or record skipping, was undoubtedly a hit in 2013. The song not only took the island by storm with its catchy tune, but also took Taiwanese popular culture to a whole new level. Originally referred to a broken record that skips, “Tiao Zhen” has become known as a technique, which many of today’s advertisements adopt to make stronger impacts on viewers. Just as rap music, once seen as a subculture but now a mainstream in commercials, the success and popularity of “Tiao Zhen” represents a local cultural breakthrough and kicks the habit of mimicking western pop culture.

   From the post-martial-law period to the early 1990s, there was a close relationship between art and society in Taiwanese modern art. In mid-1990s, however, art is believed to have entered an era of “frustration,” when artists became self-concerned, no longer devoting themselves to social movements. The artists of this project—Ye Ii Li and Wang Jing Young—stand out from other artists in this generation in a way that, while being seemingly creator-oriented, their art pieces consciously deal with the subject of social phenomena and explore the core of humanity with enthusiasm.

   Ye Ii Li, graduated from Tainan National University of Arts, Graduate Institute of Plastic Arts, turned her focus from plastic arts to cross-disciplinary creation, the materials and demonstration of which usually combine stereoscopic sculptures, image media and behavioral performance. This exhibition transforms an ordinary art space into an artistic shrine, where imagery of the magic lamp, Eastern goddess, and Western fairies are involved. The combination of these elements demonstrates the chaotic values as well as the perceived astonishment as a result of globalization in the postmodern world.

   Wang Jing Young, graduated from National Taiwan University of Arts, Department of Fine Arts, is adept at director photography and image editing. His works features Otaku[2], and creates a surreal personal playground by using a bunch of colorful toys and young innocent female figures as material. This fantasy world reflects a strategy where modern people try to seek an outlet for life through individual illusion and imagination.

    Joy and lightness set the tone for both Ye’s and Wang’s creative works. Their artistic vocabulary is flooded with fun of “Tiao Zhen,” with which we are able to “see through” social reality. Ye and Wang are critical but not cynical. They are hilarious but not pretentious. Their efforts and achievements have surpassed the success of “Like Button” designed for Facebook, and have responded to a popular local saying for admiration, “Jiao Wo Jie Jie!”



[1] "Tiao Zhen” is a phrase taken from the lyric of the song “Jie Jie” by a local singer Xie Jin-Yan.

[2] “Otaku” is a Japanese term for people with obsessive interests, commonly the anime and manga fandom.

 

 

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