2018/05/15

Exhibition Seminar: Taiwanese Indigenous Curatorial Practice



倫敦剝奪展覽實踐分享: 臺灣原住民當代藝術的履踐相遇

Dispossessions: Performative Encounter(s) of Taiwanese Indigenous Contemporary Art

presents

Performative Encounters and Curating Dialogues betwixt
artists, performers and curator


|| 活動時間 ||

Part I - 表演藝術的履踐相遇

6.00 – 6.10 布農族策展人 Biung Ismahasan 介紹
6.10 – 6.40 太魯閣族表演藝術交流 Don Don Hounwn and Temu Basaw
6.40 – 7.00 觀眾、藝術家和策展人對話

Part II - 視覺藝術的履踐相遇

7.00 – 7.10 布農族策展人 Biung Ismahasan 介紹
7.10 – 7.30 布農族跨領域畫家 Eval Malinjinnan 的視覺呈現
7.30 – 8.00 觀眾、藝術家和策展人對話

Part II - 原住民民族誌音樂的履踐相遇

8.00 – 8.10 布農族策展人 Biung Ismahasan 介紹
8.10 – 8.40 艾秧樂集 (Ayi-yanga) 臺灣民族音樂學的音樂演出
8.40 – 9.00 觀眾、藝術家和策展人對話

9.00 – 10.00 展後酒會




|| 關於 Don Don Hounwn(臺灣原住民族太魯閣族) ||

來自臺灣東部太魯閣的銅門部落,表演和裝置藝術家Hounwn(生於1985)將傳統藝術,構圖技巧和樂器 - lubu(豎琴),tatuk(木琴),歌曲和儀式融入當代藝術。 從跨性別和跨世代的角度分享當代敘述,他的作品以他的民族創造性適應不斷變化的環境所表達的力量和柔和為特徵。

•Hounwn - “他將傳統樂器和戲劇創意混合在一起,並進一步將演出轉化為裝置和影像。”
- 2015 年聯合展覽“時刻:台灣東海岸的原住民聲音”紐約皇后區博物館 www.queensmuseum.org/events/the-moment; 2017 年受邀在美國斯坦福大學舉辦的會議「 RE: Taiwan as Practice, Method, and Theory」演出。


|| 關於 Eval Malinjinnan (臺灣原住民族布農族) ||

Eval Malinjinnan(生於1971年)是一位視覺藝術家,隸屬於臺灣中部南投縣武界部落的布農族卓群。 在她的多元文化教養下,她經歷了“我們 – 他者”的衝突,促使她努力實現多樣化的社會經濟變革,並突出了身份認同的重要性。 通過她在日本,美國以及現在在澳大利亞的經驗,她試圖通過以視覺藝術的形式重新喚醒世俗的原住民共同實踐和講故事在全世界分享布農文化的價值。 她認為只有語言才能將光明帶入岌岌可危的文化。 這種語言可以在文學,民族音樂學和藝術中表達出來。 她的作品具有布農神話般的現代性和傳統的流動性,希望能夠講述來自臺灣的故事,更重要的是我們的存在。

• Malinjinnan – 2016 Group Exhibition of MAMA: Motherhood Around The Globe by Global Fund For Women mama.globalfundforwomen.org/gallery?page=1; MATA News Eyes on Austronesian austronesiannews.blogspot.co.uk; https://www.facebook.com/eval.malinjinnan


|| 關於 艾秧樂集 ||

艾秧樂集通過演出傳統民謠的當代詮釋,除了傳唱原住民族古謠,亦創作族語歌謠並融合傳統樂器演奏。。 在原住民的排灣語中,「艾秧Ayi-yanga」在排灣族語中是「非常想念」的意思,帶有問候的含義。

『我們站在祖靈的土地上,唱古老的民謠,尋找生活的旋律,尋找回家的路。 我們沿著古代旋律的迴聲追隨當下,走在臺灣原住民音樂的道路上。』

倫敦剝奪展覽實踐: 臺灣原住民當代藝術的履踐相遇
Dispossession Exhibition Seminar: Performative Encounters of Taiwanese Indigenous Contemporary Art
Lower Atrium, Professor Stuart Hall Building, Goldsmiths, University of London, 21 – 25 May 2018.

|| Event Schedule ||

Part I Performative Encounters through Performance Art

6.00 – 6.10 Introduction moderated by Bunun Nation curator Biung Ismahasan
6.10 – 6.40 Truku Performance Art Exchange by Don Don Hounwn and Temu Basaw
6.40 – 7.00 Curating dialogue between audiences, artists and curator

Part II Performative Encounters through Visual Art

7.00 – 7.10 Introduction moderated by Bunun Nation curator Biung Ismahasan
7.10 – 7.30 Visual presentation by Bunun interdisciplinary painter Eval Malinjinnan
7.30 – 8.00 Curating dialogue between audiences, artists and curator

Part II Performative Encounters through Indigenous ethnographic music

8.00 – 8.10 Introduction moderated by Bunun Nation curator Biung Ismahasan
8.10 – 8.40 Musical performance by Ayi-yanga First Taiwanese Ethnomusicology Ensemble
8.40 – 9.00 Curating dialogue between audiences, performers and curator

9.00 – 10.00 Reception by drinks and light refreshments


|| About Don Don Hounwn (Taiwanese Indigenous Truku Nation) ||

From the Dowmung Community of Truku Nation in eastern Taiwan, performance and installation artist Hounwn (b.1985) integrates traditional arts, composition techniques, and instruments – the lubu (mouth harp), the tatuk (xylophone), song and ritual – into contemporary art technologies. Sharing contemporary narratives from cross-gender and cross-generational perspectives, his work is marked by a synthesis of strength and tenderness as expressed by his peoples’ creative adaption to ever-changing environments.

• Hounwn – “He mingles traditional musical instruments and ideas of theatre, and further transforms performance to become installation and video.” - 2015 joint exhibition The Moment: Indigenous Voices From the East Coast of Taiwan by Queens Museum, NYC www.queensmuseum.org/events/the-moment; Invited performance for the 2017 conference RE: Taiwan as Practice, Method, and Theory – at Stanford University directed by North American Taiwan Studies Association https://www.dropbox.com/s/5lncavx1z08euz4/NATSA_Issue_3_Feb2017.pdf?dl=0 (p.4); Ministry of Culture (Taiwan) english.moc.gov.tw/article/index.php?sn=4427; www.youtube.com/results?search_query=東冬侯溫


|| About Eval Malinjinnan (Taiwanese Indigenous Bunun Nation) ||

Malinjinnan (b. 1971) is a visual artist, belonging to the Takitudu group of the Bunun people from the Bukai (Wujie) Community of the Nantou County in the central Taiwan. With her multi-cultural upbringing, she has experienced the clash of ‘us-and-others’, which has spawned her efforts to diversity socio-economic changes and to foreground the importance of identity recognition. Through her sojourn in Japan, the United States and now in Australia, she has attempted to share Bunun cultural values throughout the world by re-awakening the worldly Indigenous mutual practice, storytelling, in the form of visual art. She believes that only language can bring the light to a precarious culture. In which that language can be voiced in literature, ethnomusicology and art. Her works feature the flux of modernity and convention with the Bunun mythological touch, in hoping to narrate the story from Taiwan, more importantly, that we exist.

• Malinjinnan – 2016 joint exhibition of MAMA: Motherhood Around The Globe by Global Fund For Women mama.globalfundforwomen.org/gallery?page=1; MATA News Eyes on Austronesian austronesiannews.blogspot.co.uk; https://www.facebook.com/eval.malinjinnan


|| About Ayi-yanga First Taiwanese Ethnomusicology Ensemble ||

Performing contemporary renderings of traditional ballads, Ayi-yanga is committed to the collection and adaptation of Taiwanese Indigenous folk songs and musical instruments. In the Indigenous Paiwan language, Ayi-yanga means ‘missing dearly’, with connotations of greeting.

‘Standing on the land of the spirits of their ancestors, we sing ancient ballads in search of life’s melodies and in search of the way home. We follow the echoes of the ancient melodies to look back from the present as we walk along the path of the music of Taiwan’s Indigenous people.’




Dispossessions: Performative Encounter(s) of Taiwanese Indigenous Contemporary Art
is curated by Biung Ismahasan at Lower Atrium, Professor Stuart Hall Building, Goldsmiths, University of London, 21 – 25 May 2018.

|| Further Information Links ||

biungismahasan.weebly.com/indigenous-curation.html

https://www.facebook.com/events/707146786341181/

www.gold.ac.uk/calendar/?id=11480

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/biung-ismahasan-17301451281

Banner底圖: Bunun Nation Painter Eval Malinjinnan
Banner製作:Grace

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