女潮 -女性主體與藝術創作展
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女潮 -女性主體與藝術創作展

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場次 場地 人數 費用
女潮 -女性主體與藝術創作展
日曆圖案 2018/12/04 09:00 ~ 2019/05/26 17:00
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活動簡介

本展覽共包含三個子題,分別為〈詩流:神話與其象徵〉、〈織流:常民文化之女性意識〉與〈意識流:身體政治與社會議題〉。藝術家的創作材質與技法多元,包含天然、回收材質、複合媒材、纖維創作、錄像、新媒體、互動裝置藝術等。題材不僅包含家庭、親情、移民女性、文化認同等,展出作品主題更涉及女性特質、社會觀察與批判。

活動內容介紹

《女潮:女性主體與藝術創作展》,以英文Feminine(女性特質)簡寫的Femi代表「女」,且以潮水及心理學裡「心流」理論的Flow一英文字代表展覽主題「潮」。潮水象徵女性每個月生理期的身體變化週期,而心理學中的「心流」是指沉浸在事物中而忘我喜悅、滿足的感覺。因此《女潮》除了呼應女性生理特質,並指涉女性在心理上對女性自我肯定而產生的愉悅感,進而以藝術創作呈現女性主體與相關議題。《女潮》展覽共邀請24位來自臺灣、日本、美國、英國與菲律賓的女性藝術家,呼應70年代早期女性主義對於女性藝術家集結的重視,更藉著不同文化、世代背景的藝術家之創作,展現女性藝術家透過當代藝術創作,重新詮釋對自身生命與社會議題的觀察。

本展覽共包含三個子題,分別為〈詩流:神話與其象徵〉、〈織流:常民文化之女性意識〉與〈意識流:身體政治與社會議題〉。藝術家的創作材質與技法多元,包含天然、回收材質、複合媒材、纖維創作、錄像、新媒體、互動裝置藝術等。題材不僅包含家庭、親情、移民女性、文化認同等,展出作品主題更涉及女性特質、社會觀察與批判。作品不僅集結當代女性藝術創作的重要作品,且對於當代藝術之跨領域特質與當代工藝創作之實驗性,提供一個相互對話與交融的平臺,並透過精湛的展出作品,提供觀眾一個思考自身及與他者、社會相互關係的媒介。

Femi-Flow: Creating Female Subjectivity in Art

Flow, a psychological concept that deals with the immersive, fully involved, and joyful status of the mind, is also used as a term to describe menstruation. Thus, “Femi-Flow: Creating Female Subjectivity” is an exhibition that explores women’s feelings of joy, enhanced by self-affirmation, through the creation of art that depicts female subjectivity while echoing the biological characteristics of females. “Femi-Flow” has invited 24 female artists from Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines, the USA, and the UK to work in concert with a gathering of female artists from the 1970s’ feminist movement. Through contemporary artworks, it demonstrates both interpretations of life and social issues experienced and observed by female artists from different cultures and generations.

This exhibition comprises three subjects: “The Flow of Poetry: Fairy tales and Symbolism,” “The Flow of Weaving: Female Subjectivity in Folklore Culture,” and “The Flow of Ideology: Body Politics and Social Issues.” The materials and techniques used by the artists are varied and include natural and recycled materials, video, new media, mixed media, and interactive installations. The artworks cover subjects encompassing family, kinship, immigrant women, and cultural identity, as well as issues of femininity, the ambiguity of femininity, and social observations and critiques. Thus, this exhibition both brings together vital artworks of contemporary female artists and serves as a platform for conversation and communion; through these fine artworks, it builds a bridge between the interdisciplinary nature of contemporary art and the experimentality of craft creation, while creating a medium for the audience to reflect on the relationships between the self, the other, and society.