#記印精神

當代藝術家涂維政擅長將當代素材「古物化」,拉伸物件本身的時間軸,想像現在的我們在未來可能如何被觀看。如同博物館是保存人類重要記憶的地方,人的精神也是不可或缺的收藏。

 

故宮與慈芳關懷中心夥伴們在展前曾討論到「不知道徐渭希望後人如何記得他?」。從這個問題延伸出對死亡、生命和精神延續的想像。

 

「你死後想要如何被記得?」、「想要留下的東西是什麼?」。涂維政帶領慈芳夥伴們進行翻模創作,用自身珍藏的物件,回應關於生命的思考,每個人的創作都包含了各自的生活、情感和想望,也有人以隨身物件像藥罐、鑰匙、玉佩或身上的吊帶扣等,呈現真實的日常。

 

一塊塊的化石,轉化成日常經驗中逝去的瞬間。將生活「文物化」的過程,讓人打開新的角度看待習以為常的事物,更是一場與當代社會見微知著的精神對話。

工作坊帶領︱涂維政

參與創作者︱林怡均、陳冠宇、游明緒、黃勝源、詹炎清、蔡宛珊、謝佳蓉、鍾毓、蘇龍泉、詹蘭美、陳炘宏、周芷淇、侯玉

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#Recording the Spirit

Contemporary artist Tu Wei-Cheng is an expert in modernizing ancient objects. He extends the timeline of the artifact, imagining how we might view it in the future. Museums preserve important human memories, but it is necessary to preserve the human spirit as well.

 

Before the exhibition, the NPM and the Easy Clubhouse discussed the question “how would Xu Wei have wanted future generations to remember him?” Using this prompt, we can consider the concepts of death, life, and spirit.

 

How do you want to be remembered after your death? What do you hope to leave behind? Tu Wei-Cheng led participants to create an artwork responding to their thoughts about life, using their own possessions. The creations contained participants’ own life experiences, emotions, and desires. Some participants even used personal possessions such as medicine jars, keys, jade pendants, and more.

 

In this process, relics are transformed into ephemeral moments in everyday life. The process of "culturalizing" life gives viewers a new perspective on common objects, enabling a spiritual dialogue with contemporary society.

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