Lectures and Talks

MANDARIN LECTURE SERIES | 藝術相聯中文線上講座 | Anchi Lin [Ciwas]

Tue Sep 15 5 PM

Vancouver Art Gallery

Image: Anchi Lin [Ciwas] performs The Mask Series II (The Tattoo on Faces) at the 24th Nippon International Performance Art Festival in Osaka, Japan, 2019, Photo: Chiming Tseng

溫哥華美術館於2014年10月成立了溫哥華美術館亞洲藝術館(Institute of Asian Art,簡稱IAA)以加深其對亞洲藝術的承諾,建立與個人和社區持續的聯繫。合作夥伴關係是亞洲藝術館的一項基本原則,並為機構相互學習和促進公共交流來提供新的研究、展覽、計劃和機會。

為了響應社區同時考慮到由於全球大流行而造成的社交規定,溫哥華美術館亞洲藝術館將對話及互動帶至您的家中,一同與來自本地和國際藝術圈的嘉賓進行交流。邀請您通過網路線上平台ZOOM參加亞洲藝術館每月舉辦的中文線上講座『藝術相聯』。

藝術家講座:林安琪 [Ciwas]
如何在加拿大發現我的原民性
星期二 |9月15日 |下午5點
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過去住在加拿大的十年幾之中,藝術家林安琪接觸到來自加拿大不同族群的各種文化活動,因此也開闊了她的思想。這種多文化的經歷為後來林安琪的藝術實踐提供有力的參考與學習,尤其在尋找身份認同的這件事情上,從目睹加拿大第一民族在文化復興的道路上的活力,這一股文化動力,也使藝術家開始反思自己的原民身份認同。於是在2017年,決定搬回到台灣,重新學習並重新認識自己家庭環境中已經快瀕臨消失的「原民性」。在這次演講中,藝術家將分享她的旅程以及個人經歷如何反應在藝術實踐之中。

關於演講者:
林安琪[Ciwas]是南投泰雅族和台北河洛人後裔,她畢業於加拿大西蒙菲莎大學當代視覺藝術系,目前就讀國立台北藝術大學新媒體碩士班,創作領域分別於在行為藝術、錄像藝術和裝置藝術之間。語言、身份認同、性別、環境和社會規範之議題對她的藝術實踐上有重要的啟示,如此她以個人感受探所體制規範中被邊緣化的人、事、物,並透過作品來探討某種程度上沒有被看見的集體意識和個人意識中的間隙。

此講座與2020年台灣文化節合作舉辦。

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Tuesday September 15 | 5 PM
Artist Talk: Anchi Lin [Ciwas]
Discovering my indigeneity in Canada

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Having spent a decade living in Canada, exposure to diverse cultural activities from different communities has broadened my perspective. This experience powerfully informs my art practice and my own sense of identity. Moreover, my observation and interaction with First Nations’ cultures in Canada allowed me to reflect on my own indigeneity. Eventually these experiences led to my return to Taiwan in 2017 to reconnect with my indigenous identity and culture, which was being supressed within my family. In this talk, I will be sharing my journey and how my experience mirrors my current artistic practice.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Anchi Lin [Ciwas] is of Taiwanese Hō-ló and Indigenous Atayal heritage. She completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Art from Simon Fraser University and is currently pursuing a Master of Fine Art in New Media Art at the Taipei National University of the Arts. By negotiating and interfacing with concepts such as the environment, language, identity, gender and cultural norms, Lin uses performance, video and installation to inform her artistic practice. Her work navigates the interstitial spaces of flux between individual and collective consciousness.

This lecture is presented in collaboration with 2020 TAIWANfest.

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