春之當代論壇 X 2018 TIVA

春之當代論壇 X 2018 TIVA

台灣國際錄像展於2016年開始與春之文化基金會合辦論壇,在推廣錄像藝術上獲得各界高度肯定,2018年度的「春之文化藝論-台北國際錄像藝術展」將用11月24日、25日週末兩天的時間在台北市立美術館B1視聽室舉辦。本屆論壇規劃邀請高師大跨領域藝術研究所助理教授楊成瀚、藝術家鄧兆旻〈Giloo紀實影音總監〉擔任主持人,以本展覽參展藝術家為主、加入不同領域的學者、以及同樣討論網路議題的劇情長片,以不同於展覽形式的呈現,創作者和研究者之間的相互討論與交流,串聯起本次論壇。

何子彥(Ho Tzu Nyen)、陳軸、鄭源、金智勳 (Jihoon Kim)、金雅瑛 (Ayoung Kim)、陳呈毓

與談人:鄧兆旻、楊成瀚

策展人:許家維、許峰瑞

2018.11.24-25

台北市立美術館

Exhibition: The New Normal

Exhibition Opening | The New Normal
Dates: 10-12 March, 2017
Opening: Friday 10 March from 18:00 to 20:00
Location: The Hangar- Umam & Dawawine

Main exhibition and performance program:
The Hangar – UMAM D&R
10-12 March between Noon to 8pm
Opening: 10 March from 6pm to 8pm hosting live performances

Talk & Screening:
At Dawawine
Date: 11 & 12 March, 2017
From 8pm to 10pm

The New Normal will travel to Istanbul for its second iteration where it will be on show at Supa Salon and other venues from May 5-7, 2017. More information tba. 

The New Normal is an exhibition organized by artists Murat Adash and Hiba Farhat. The inaugural exhibition will take place in Beirut from March 10-12, 2017, followed by a second iteration in Istanbul from May 5-7, 2017. 

As seemingly distant and unlike things are remarkably linked into one another, the new rapidly evolves resembling the familiar as the familiar seems more and more ambiguous. What is most normal is also most strange and horrific. Although these propositions may appear mutually exclusive, in fact they might as well be mutually constitutive.  

In response to the current social order that has implanted itself through recent global events into the new normal reality – the participants in the exhibition will critically investigate, document, identify, etc. what is the abnormal that has become commonplace. The New Normal invited contributions from around 200 international artists, composers, filmmakers, choreographers, writers, scholars, thinkers and individuals from a variety of other disciplines to each create a one-page paper document, which will be on view during the exhibitions. 

Through drawings, sketches, notes, text, manifestos, scripts, recipes, maps, scores among other formats, this show proposes a revision and re-imagining of some of the narratives of the everyday, from an environmental, economic, social and creative perspective. 

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