隨光呼吸 - 月津港燈節 2019
Yuejin Lantern Festival 2019

[Group Exhibition]


2020.02.02 – 03.03
臺南市鹽水區月津港

Yuejin Yanshui Tainan







鹽水,歷史文化源遠流長的古鎮,得天獨厚擁有一道與在地生活息息相關的「母親之河」――月津港,因此帶來最特別、具水域的燈節場所。臺南市政府年年於此舉辦「月津港燈節」,主要特色即是讓光之美與鹽水原貌風情互襯,營造與地景深深結合的藝術氣氛。每一屆燈節,並各有與時令、人文、自然脈絡相連的策展核心。2019年的主題則為「隨光呼吸」,繼續邀請了國、內外擅長新媒體與科技藝術的當代藝術家參展,在鹽水現場打造燈光裝置。這兒聞名國際的「鹽水蜂炮」,也正是在此佳節期間以震撼的火花電光開啟新春氣象。表達虔誠信仰的「鹽水蜂炮」、浪漫呈現藝術的「月津港燈節」,總是攜手在一年之初於鹽水小鎮隨光呼吸、動身,這是與居民、訪客浪漫、不變的美麗約定。
Our journey begins at the point where the river and sea embrace, old Yuejin Port. As we start the adventure together, we follow the river, down meandering pathways, as distant lights guide us to an artistic field. Three “timelines” divide the location into three distinct areas. The timelines are called "Travel of Time", "Call of the Environment" and "My Scenery with You". Within each timeline is a different representation of the moon. The timelines each encapsulate a different feeling, and a different sensory experience for the visitor. Thus, three moons, three scenes, three moods. The festival location reflects the idea of cyclical movement. No matter where we begin on our journey, entering into one of the three timelines, as we walk together into scenery that is a blend of art, local customs and natural splendor, we finally return to our point of ingress. Thus, we return to the place our journey began.





月波
Moon Light


謝佑承
HSIGH Yu-Cheng

2019




「月轉興隆夜倍瑩,波心添出一輪明」,月津港自古以來緩緩淌流水道,即使鹽水如今街景物換星移,也共享著同樣的自然之風與河流。在這件作品中,藝術家利用流動不止 的波浮水面,回應古月津八景之—「興榮水月」溪水粼粼與明月相襯的意象,看不見但也許仍存在著的嚮往,穿越古今。 作品水動裝置的動力,來自保麗龍板在水面上與風吹下波動的浪,使其上的螢光圓面可以上下往復運動,製造模糊、虛化的月影與光體的運動連結。


"The moon turns into a prosperous night and the waves add a round of moon." Although the slowly flowing waterways and streets-capes of Yuejin Port have changed over time, they still share the same natural winds and river systems. This scenery forms the inspiration for the artist, as well as the poerty of the Yuejin Eight Views - Xingrong Shuiyue. The artwork is a hydrodynamic device. Circular shapes cut from fluorescent acrylic float on the water. Beneath the shapes, styrofoam balls draw power from the movement of tidal waters. The artwork reciprocates the movement of the water, up and down, creating a blurred image of moon floating.









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