2020台北雙年展:「你我不住在同一星球上」

2020台北雙年展:「你我不住在同一星球上」

臺北市立美術館

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2020台北雙年展:「你我不住在同一星球上」 Taipei Biennial 2020: You and I Don't Live on the Same Planet

主辦單位

臺北市立美術館

展期

2020-11-21 ~ 2021-03-14

地點

台北市立美術館|Gallery 2A~2B

地址

台北市中山區中山北路181號 (No.181, Sec. 3, Zhongshan N. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City 10461,Taiwan,R.O.C.)

你我不住在同一星球上 You and I Don’t Live on the Same Planets 台北雙年展的訪客,如果我們問你生活在哪顆行星上,你恐怕會覺得這問題好奇怪,答案顯然就是:地球!然而要過著現代人的生活可不是這麼一回事。現代人生活在一顆脆弱又有限的行星,卻要用掉六顆行星的資源。 當前,民主國家的民粹主義正在抬頭,獨裁國家的威脅又愈來愈迫近,在這樣的背景下,我們提出一個假設:氣候變遷不只是眾多問題中的一個,它將會完全主導政治討論的走向。關於如何讓世界保持宜居,人們的分歧愈來愈大,這不只是因為大家政治意見不同,更關鍵的原因在於,我們對大地究竟由何構成,似乎毫無共識。今天有些人可能甚至認為世界是平的呢! 這看起來便像是出現了好幾種版本的地球,每種地球的性質和容量都大不相同,彷彿一顆顆截然有別的行星。這些行星的引力強烈影響著你如何感覺、如何生活,當然,也影響你預測未來的方式。 如果只能簡短地介紹這座虛構的星象廳,我們可以說,這裡有一顆行星,上頭的居民不顧行星的界限,仍想繼續邁向現代化(全球化星球)。但對於那些覺得遭到現行經濟體制背叛的人來說,這顆行星並不具吸引力,他們為求自保,反而認為應該要躲在民族國家的圍牆後面(維安星球)。不過,我們還得提到那些擁有超級特權的少數科技怪客,他們財力雄厚,相信自己終將逃到火星去(脱逃星球)。若要常保繁榮,同時又務實生活在行星的極限內,需要的是一顆實地星球,但在進行討論的當前,生活在此星球上的方式尚待被發明。 每一個版本的世界都意味著不同的生活型態與表現形式。為探索其間的不同,我們要感謝藝術家、科學家和行動倡議人士,他們透過直覺抓到某些東西,幫助我們更有感於當前奇怪的處境。星座裡還有多少其他的行星?此問題仍有待探索。在這座虛構的星象廳裡,臺灣位於何處,而訪客你又站在哪裡?這問題,我們則留給你回答,此時是該捫心自問,到底想要住在哪一顆行星了。為此,我們必須要發明一些新的設置,讓不同行星的居民能夠從事政治討論,也因此必須想像出一種「外交新碰撞」。 If we asked you, the visitor to this biennial, on which planet you live, you might find the question bizarre and the answer obvious: Earth! And yet, it is not the same thing to live like Moderns who use the resources of six planets and to live within the confines of a single, fragile, and limited one. In a context where democracies are seeing a rise of populism while dictatorships are presenting more and more pressing threats, our hypothesis is that climate change will not be simply one question among others but will likely frame the political discussion entirely. And there is increasing disagreement on how to keep the world inhabitable, not only because political opinions diverge, but more crucially because we don’t seem to agree on what the earth is made of. Some today may even think the world is flat! It is as if there were several versions of Earth, with properties and capacities that are so different that they are like distinctive planets. Their gravitational pull immensely influences the way you feel, the way you behave, and, of course, the way you predict your future. If we had to present briefly our fictional planetarium, we could say that there is the planet of the ones who want to keep modernizing regardless of the planetary boundaries (planet GLOBALIZATION). But this planet seems to have little traction for those who feel betrayed by the current economic system and need to hide behind the walls of their nation state to protect themselves (planet SECURITY). This is without mentioning those few, hyper- privileged techno-geeks who can afford to think they will escape to Mars (planet ESCAPE). This discussion is occurring while the way of life on a planet TERRESTRIAL that could reconcile forms of prosperity while keeping in the planetary limits has yet to be invented. Each of these versions of the world implies a different lifestyle and a different representation, which we explore thanks to artists, scientists, and activists who intuitively grasp something that helps us become sensitive to this strange situation. How many other planets exist in this constellation is a question that is up for grabs. And where is Taiwan in this fictional planetarium, or where do you, the visitor, stand, is a question we leave up to you: it is time to think of which planet you want to inhabit. This creates the need to invent a new set up for political discussions between the inhabitants of these different planets, the need to imagine “new diplomatic encounters.

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策展單位|臺北市立美術館 TAIPEI FINE ARTS MUSEUM

臺北市立美術館(北美館)創立於1983年,全館樓層面積達23,784平方公尺,為臺灣第一座現、當代美術館。在過去數十年中,北美館不僅促進了臺灣近現代藝術的活絡,也持續與國際當代藝術的脈動同步。 為更積極地參與國際當代藝壇,北美館自1995年開始參加威尼斯藝術雙年展,並於1998年開始舉辦台北雙年展,邀請國際知名策展人、藝術家與臺灣藝術家合作。2020年臺北雙年展邀請法國著名學者,巴黎政治學院政治藝術學程榮譽教授布魯諾.拉圖,以及獨立策展人馬汀.圭納策畫《你我住在不同的星球上:外交新碰撞》,將臺灣帶入全球藝術網絡的舞台,持續建立與國際藝術網絡連結與對話。 作為臺灣及全球藝術交流的平台,北美館多次舉辦大型國際展覽,展出重要亞洲當代藝術家回顧展,且持續關注臺灣現當代藝術發展,規劃歷史時序性的典藏作品展,近年展出包括《蔡國強 泡美術館》(2009)、《艾未未‧缺席》(2011)、《觀‧點 -李元佳回顧展》(2014)、徐冰首次大型回顧展《徐冰:回顧展》(2014),以及《台灣製造•製造台灣:臺北市立美術館典藏展》(2015)等。同時,為持續發掘並鼓勵臺灣當代藝術創作,所舉辦《臺北美術獎》由1969年發展累積至今,已成為臺灣藝壇新秀崛起的指標性獎項。 Founded in 1983, Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM) is Taiwan’s first museum of modern and contemporary art. Located in Taipei, the museum occupies over 20,000 square meters of space, of which 11,741 square meters are devoted to exhibitions. The inception of the TFAM was a response to the budding movement of modern art in Taiwan. Over the past decades, TFAM has dedicated itself to the development of modern art in Taiwan while staying abreast of ongoing trends in contemporary art. TFAM has been participating La Biennale di Venezia since 1995. On the other hand. the museum has been hosting the Taipei Biennial since 1998, inviting internationally-renowned curators and artists to cooperate with the local artistic circle. The shows held over the past decades have increased the visibility of Taiwan and expanded the global networks on the world stage. Over the past decades, TFAM has not only served as a platform to showcase exceptional works from both domestic and foreign artists, but also long become an incubator to engage in-depth exchanges between the Taiwanese and international art ecology. In the recent years, major retrospective of internationally renowned artists from Asia and chronological exhibitions of TFAM collection were held, these include Cai Guo-Qiang: Hanging Out in the Museum in 2009, Ai Weiwei Absent in 2011, View–Point: A Retrospective Exhibition of Li Yuan-chia, Xu Bing: A Retrospective in 2014, and Formosa in Formation: Selected works from the Taipei Fine Arts Museum Collection in 2015.

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策展單位|台北雙年展 TAIPEI BIENNIAL

1998年,臺北市立美術館首次邀請外籍策展人策劃台北美術雙年展並更名為「台北雙年展」。舉辦十二屆以來,不僅提升了台灣當代藝術在國際間的能見度,更成功地將台北納入亞洲乃至全球當代藝術的網絡,成為促進國際文化對話的驅動力。 「台北雙年展」從簡單的意義上解讀,是一個有關「當代」藝術安置在某種擴大的「全球社會」的概念裡的手段。這個大轉型歷經了二十餘年的時間,十二屆的「台北雙年展」就跟這座城市一樣,經歷着一段評估、改變、擴充與成長的時光。 長期以來,「台北雙年展」試圖建立一個聯結本地和國際社群的直接網絡,一個以美學、道德、社會、經濟為共同出發點,不帶任何意識形態 或預設立場或既定目標的社群網絡,同時藉由國際性的展覽平台積極地從深度、廣度兩方面回應當代藝術之趨勢與潮流,創造雙向溝通的對話機制。 從「新展望」、「台北美術雙年展」到當下,臺北市立美術館在構思台北雙年展計畫方面,將一本對所有可能性均採取完全開放、彈性靈活的態度。「台北雙年展」未來的目標在於擴大對話網絡,思想交流,意見交換,並在本地氛圍中尋找有效路徑,創造更豐富的交流契機。 The Taipei Biennial is the most important exhibition for promoting contemporary art held by the Taipei Fine Arts Museum. Between 1984 and 1991, the Taipei Fine Arts Museum hosted the exhibition projects "Contemporary Art trends in the R.O.C" and "An Exhibition of Contemporary Chinese Sculpture in the Republic of China" on alternate years. In 1992, these two exhibitions were consolidated to form The Taipei Biennial of Contemporary Art, which was the precursor to today's Taipei Biennial. In its early years the artists participating in the exhibition were selected through an open judging process. In 1998, after more than a decade of changes, and in order to adapt to the 'biennial' trend, and to promote Taiwan's contemporary art internationally, the Taipei Fine Arts Museum began to invite internationally-renowned curators to cooperate with curators from Taiwan. Since then, the Taipei Biennial has introduced new artistic ideas from around the world that act as a driver of dialogue between Taiwan and other cultures, becoming a primary symbol of Taiwan's contemporary art development and international artistic exchange.

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