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【「繁‧花‧聖‧艷」女性藝術家聯展- 安卓藝術十周年特展 III】

  • 展期

    日期:2020-11-07 ~ 2020-12-19

  • 地點

    台北市和平東路一段180號7樓

  • 參展藝術家

    Lesley-Anne CAO、Marina CRUZ、Geraldine JAVIER、LIU Feng Ling 劉鳳鴒、Mia LIU 劉文瑄、LO Yi-Chun 羅懿君、Jem MAGBANUA、Christina Quisumbing RAMILO、Juin SHIEH 謝鴻均、E. Y. Shih-Chih YANG 楊世芝

  • 開幕酒會|2020年11月7日(六)3:00-5:00 pm

    安卓藝術將於2020年11月7日至2020年12月19日推出畫廊慶祝十周年的第三場聯展「繁‧花‧聖‧艷:女性藝術展」(Florae: The Women Artists-The Special Project for MSAC 10th Anniversary III),作為安卓歡慶十周年系列的最終章。「繁‧花‧聖‧艷」聚焦十位出色的女性藝術家,有台灣本地的楊世芝、謝鴻均、劉文瑄、劉鳳鴒、羅懿君,與來自菲律賓的Lesley-Anne CAO, Marina CRUZ, Geraldine JAVIER, Christina Quisumbing RAMILO, Jem MAGBANUA等人,展品涵蓋油畫、素描、刺繡、雕塑與立體的多元媒材,也深度體現女性創作者在忙碌生活中耗時漫長與細緻編織、縫補建構的藝術特色,這些作品把我們重新帶回到藝術中最原初的身體經驗與細微感知。展覽開幕酒會訂於11月7日(星期六)下午3點舉辦,參展的五位台灣藝術家們都將出席,我們誠摯邀請您的蒞臨。
    字面意義為一個地區植物統稱的芙蘿拉(Florae),是藝術史上早期描繪的女子形象代表。而花和女性自古以來的豐富連結與相互指涉,不論是古典繪畫中數不盡的花神形象,或是現代女性藝術家歐姬芙(Georgia O'Keeffe)在創作中將花卉、女性身體和空間的完美融合,皆在女性與生俱來和後天不斷發展的過程中,與花卉植物不斷地交纏出獨特的陰性空間。展覽標題「繁•花•聖•豔」即是對於幾種女性特質的對話與歸納:「繁」既是主題和意涵上的繁殖、繁衍,亦為形式上的繁複、繁瑣與去中心化;花同「華」,光華、華美的氣息,「聖」既可為宗教面或從現實抽離出來的精神性,亦可對應女性由家庭繁瑣勞務中抽離發展出的精神性;「豔」是自然生成的豔麗,象徵女性與生俱來無法抹滅的青春光彩。
    楊世芝2017年的水墨拼貼作品⟪生之溯源⟫,以水墨媒材為底,結合裁減、拼貼的手法與充滿風景暗喻的構圖,在橫幅天地裡即興式的遊走碰撞,於層層交疊的紙張紋理上創造出一個介於具象與抽象的自由國度,將精神性的想像從彷若大自然的畫面裡解放。而謝鴻均充滿繁複結構與敘述特色的《記憶的縐褶 III》,同樣有層層交疊的紙張和素描線條,但其中演繹的卻是另一番在女性繁瑣勞務下匍匐前進的生活哲學和美學特色。菲律賓藝術家克莉絲汀納‧其桑賓‧雷密羅(Christina Quisumbing Ramilo)採用彩色鉛筆構築的兩件心形雕塑《水果》與《花朵》,強烈的色彩和熟悉的符號中突顯她另一種女性身分的認同,她翻轉並擁抱這兩種過往經常被用來貶義與歧視同志社群的詞彙意義,透過既存的符號認知來創作的同時,也重新定義出有別於傳統男女關係和夫妻婚姻的多元身分與性別認同。

    參展藝術家
    Lesley-Anne CAO, Marina CRUZ, Geraldine JAVIER, LIU Feng Ling 劉鳳鴒, Mia LIU 劉文瑄, LO Yi-Chun 羅懿君, Jem MAGBANUA, Christina Quisumbing RAMILO, Juin SHIEH 謝鴻均, E. Y. Shih-Chih YANG 楊世芝



    7 November - 19 December 2020
    Opening reception|7 November 3pm
    Venue|Mind Set Art Center
    Mind Set Art Center is honored to present “Florae: The Women Artists”, the third special exhibition to wind up the gallery’s 10th anniversary. It gathers ten talented women artists. They are: LIU Feng Ling, Mia LIU, LO Yi-Chun, Juin SHIEH, E.Y. Shih-Chih YANG from Taiwan and Marina CRUZ, Lesley-Anne CAO, Geraldine JAVIER, Christina Quisumbing RAMILO, Jem MAGBANUA from the Philippines. The exhibit consists of oil paintings, sketches, embroidery, sculptures and dimensional works of mixed media, which reflects the endurance characteristics of female and their deep engagement in daily lives through the exquisite expression of weaving and mending. Their works further transport us back to the primitive body experience and perception in art. The opening reception will be hosted on 7 November Saturday at 3 pm. Five participating artists from Taiwan will be present. We cordially invite you to join this event.
    Flora (plural. Florae), a collective name for regional plants, is early reference of females in art history. There have been innumerable connotations and intercontextualities between flowers and women since ancient times. Either the character and figure of Flora appeared in classic paintings or the seamless infusion of flower, female body and space in the modern paintings by American painter Georgia O'Keeffe progress in the feminine nature and cultivation. It creates a unique maternal space intertwined with flowering plants. The exhibition speaks and concludes the following feminine representations: Reproduction–a biological process creates offspring, also a metaphor of complex formality and decentralization; Flower–a symbol of resplendent and splendid expressions; Divine– the spirituality extracted from the context of religion or reality may also refer to the divine virtues separated from heavy household chores; Allure–born beautiful, a symbolization of glamorous youth.
    The Origin of Life by E.Y. Shih-Chih YANG in 2017 based on materials of ink painting combines the techniques of cutout and collage, and the composition of concealed analogy with landscape. YANG’s improvised wanders on the textures of layered papers create a realm of freedom between figuration and abstraction that releases the imagination of spirituality from the resemblance of nature. The similar textures and lines of layered papers appear in Juin SHIEH’s Crumpled Memory III. Yet, this work of complicated structure and narratives interprets the philosophy of life and aesthetics attributes occurred with women’s daily immersion in the world of tedious household chores. Filipino artist Christina Quisumbing Ramilo makes two heart-shaped sculptures out of colored pencils, signifying her gender identity with the use of rainbow colors— symbols familiar to the public. Their titles “Fruit” and “Flower” inverses and adopts derogatory terms that refer to people in the LGBTQ community. By presenting a perspective from queer culture in contrast to the conventional view of heterosexuality, her art celebrates diversity in defining what is female.

    Participating artists
    Lesley-Anne CAO, Marina CRUZ, Geraldine JAVIER, LIU Feng Ling, Mia LIU, LO Yi-Chun, Jem MAGBANUA, Christina Quisumbing RAMILO, Juin SHIEH, E.Y. Shih-Chih YANG

安卓藝術楊世芝謝鴻均Lesley-Anne CAOMarina CRUZ

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