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海市蜃樓吉隆玻工作坊


展期: 2017-08-12 ~ 2017-08-15
開幕: 2017-08-12
展場: 失落一代當代藝術空間
地址: 吉隆玻, 馬來西亞

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Talk + Screening+ Workshop 講座&工作坊 Mirage-Disused Public Property 「海市蜃樓」 1.Talk&Screening Venue:Lostgens’ Time: 2pm-5pm Date:12 August 2017 Mirage-Disused Public Property in Taiwan「海市蜃樓」 by 姚瑞中 Yao, Jui-Chung + 失落社會檔案室Lost Society Document + 羅秀芝Sandy Hsiu-chih Lo姚瑞中 Yao, Jui-Chung WorkshopMirage: Disused Public Property in KL Date: 13 - 15 August 2017 海市蜃樓閒:吉隆坡閑置公共設施攝影計劃 Workshop day 1 KL Mirage-Disused Public Property shooting 蚊子館外拍 Date: 13 August 2017 Venue:Mirage-Disused Public Property in KL吉隆坡蚊子館 Time 9am - 2pm Workshop day 2 KL Mirage-Disused Public Property shooting 蚊子館外拍 Date: 14 August 2017 Venue:Mirage-Disused Public Property in KL吉隆坡蚊子館 Time 9am - 2pm Workshop day 3 KL Mirage-Disused Public Property photo Aggregated 「吉隆坡蚊子館彙整」 Date: 15 August 2017 Venue: Mirage-Disused Public Property in KL吉隆坡蚊子館 Time 1am - 4pm RM50/pax for registration Max 20 participant Workshop register: [email protected] WhatsApp: 019 6838397 More information: Fb: Lostgens lostgenerationspace.blogspot.my About 海市蜃樓: 台灣閒置公共設施攝影計劃 Mirage: Disused Public Property in Taiwan 姚瑞中 Yao, Jui-Chung + 失落社會檔案室Lost Society Document + 羅秀芝Sandy Hsiu-chih Lo姚瑞中 Yao, Jui-Chung 2010年2月底新學期開始,姚瑞中在擔任台北藝術大學美術系與師範大學美術系的第一堂課裡,詢問學生對這堂課的期待:是希望按照一般上課方式,由老師講授相關知識,或者是他們願意用這堂課來做「蚊子館」踏查案?兩所大學美術系五十幾位同學決議以全台蚊子館調查案做為此學期的作業。

在半年的返鄉調查裡,彙整出一百四十七處「蚊子館」案例,編輯出版厚達600頁的「海市蜃樓-台灣閒置公共設施抽樣踏查」,勾勒出台灣社會的荒謬現狀,體現出「錯誤的政策比貪污還可怕」之事實。經由媒體大幅報導,引起政府高層關注,甚至副總統來電關切以及行政院長召見,並指示各單位進行調查,要在一年內活化蚊子館,若不能活化的,考慮拆除。2011年十月八日,在政府宣佈一年內活化的週年,再次動員七十名同學、收錄了一百一十一處「蚊子館」案例的第二本踏查報告與攝影展出爐,2013年十月再出版第三集,2014年十月出版第四集,2016年五月出版第五集,總共揭露了超過五百處案例。從一個學期作業為開端,二百三十餘名學生們共同參與的藝術行動就像一顆投入池塘的小石子,激起不斷向外延伸的漣漪,擾動了一個表面寧靜的假面社會,讓人不得不直視現實。它既是姚瑞中與其學生的集體藝術行動,也是以藝術的方式掀起社會現實問題的一角,開展全民對此議題的問題意識。 When the new semester began in February 2010, Yao Jui-chung, presiding over the first classes of the fine arts departments at Taipei National University of the Arts and the National Taiwan Normal University, asked the students about their expectations for this class: did they wish to follow the normal class format, where the teacher would teach related knowledge, or would they like to use the class to do a “mosquito hall” investigation? The fifty-some students at the two universities decided to make a Taiwan-wide “mosquito hall” survey as the assignment for this semester. Through half a year of investigation across the island, the students identified one hundred and forty seven “mosquito hall” locations, compiling the 684 page book Mirage – Disused Public Property in Taiwan, which outlines an absurd situation in Taiwanese society, embodying the fact that “misguided policy is worse than corruption.” Meanwhile, this artistic action took part in the 2010 Taipei Biennial Movement Project. It was widely reported in the media, and attracted a high level of attention from the government, even prompting a call from the Vice President and a visit from the Premier of the Executive Yuan, who advised all relevant departments to engage in an inspection of said facilities, ordering them to revive all mosquito halls within a year or consider demolishing them. Through two years of homework, the students’ art action was like a stone trown into a pond, sending ripples outwards, shaking a presumably calm society and forcing them to face reality. The significance and value of this “participation” lie in the fact that it is both a collective action by Yao Jui-chung and his students, and in that it used artistic methods to hold up a social issue to scrutiny and engage the awareness of the people in regards to that issue.