#心之所

故宮文物典藏豐富多元,除了以歷史、文化、藝術角度觀看外,也從文化平權的理念,發展出與當代社會不同族群的互動方式,更生活化的運用和認識文物,成為開展對話的空間。

 

故宮至慈芳關懷中心進行長達半年以上的文物與創作互動,夥伴在實際試躺了《北宋 白瓷嬰兒枕》教具,表示觸感冰涼,似乎對失眠有幫助;透過乾隆皇帝在《快雪時晴帖》五十多年的題記,從他的一生對應到自己的生命故事;也從明代醫書中的「情志症」記載,瞭解過去如何處理情緒疾病,以回應到現代的身心問題。

 

故宮與慈芳夥伴們一起用複製文物打造安放自己的空間,也想像徐渭「家」的樣子。每件複製文物旁都有一本說明小冊頁,內容有文物介紹,以及慈芳夥伴的創作成果。不同的媒材創作,除了表達對文物的感受,也透過生活的想像與投射,交織出社會多元的詮釋觀點。歡迎你在展區自在的坐臥走動,感受人對文物之間的情感與共鳴。家對你而言,是什麼樣子?

工作坊帶領︱游旻寧、林彥廷、陳彥亘

參與創作者︱周芷淇、張宏嘉、張岳曾、陳宜珍、林怡均、陳冠宇、游明緒、黃勝源、劉雅倫、詹炎清、蔡宛珊、蕭靜惠、謝

                       佳蓉、鍾毓、蘇咸丞、蘇丞佑、蘇龍泉、鄧丞佑、詹壹雯、許恩恩

#The Heart as Home

The National Palace Museum holds a rich collection of art and artifacts. In addition to offering historical, cultural, and aesthetic perspectives on its collection, the museum has developed strategies for interacting with different demographics using the concept of cultural equality. The use of individualized art education methods enables the museum to become a space for dialogue.

 

The NPM and the Easy Clubhouse worked together on artifact replicas and creative interactions for more than half a year. At one point, workshop participants tried lying on a copy of the NPM porcelain work "Pillow in the shape of a recumbent child with white glaze." Participants reported that the replica was cold to the touch, and seemed to help with insomnia. Other activities have included Emperor Qianlong's inscription on the painting "Timely Clearing after Snowfall", which tells the emperor’s life story. Using Ming dynasty medical books, participants learned how people in the past dealt with mental illness in order to reflect on modern physical and mental disabilities.

 

The NPM and the Easy Clubhouse used artifact replicas to create a personal space, re-imagining Xu Wei's home. Every replica has an accompanying informational booklet, containing an introduction to the artwork and the creative achievements of the workshop participants. The different mediums used throughout the exhibition express reactions to different relics, and offer diverse interpretations of society. Visitors are welcome to sit or lie down in the exhibition, feeling an emotional resonance between individual and artwork. What does home mean to you?

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