Nga-San-Mu Studio

December 5, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

從原始部落生活到地方感 堆疊Gaga

Skaru現地創作行為展:2018拿撒姆大地藝術工作營

 

作品名稱: 拿撒姆工作室

藝術家: 李蕢至

材質: 樹枝、芒草、石頭、藤、劍麻繩

尺寸: 1600cm(L)x350cm(W)x280cm(H)

地點:雪霸國家公園觀霧地區( Mawgil),大鹿林道西線。,新竹縣,臺灣。(24.492512N, 121.107868E)

年代: 2018

主辦:微獵角旅人客廳—拿撒姆山學校、泰雅族賽考利克Skaru部落群

策展人:Wagi Qmisan
集體創作:Wagi Qmisan、Laling Yumin、Ibant Yumin、Mona Laling、Yumin Bahuy、許崴鈞、王冠晴、與25位新竹五峰地區在地泰雅兒童們、10位外地國小自學團師生

影像紀錄:蕭立峻

 

作品概念:

 

 

        「拿撒姆大地藝術工作營」屬於拿撒姆山學校課程「我去旅行」從部落到世界之系列。獵人是山林空間的漫遊者,「傳統領域」之於族人,如同「棲地」環境之於動植物的概念。此計畫邀請藝術家進駐Skaru族人的傳統領域區域進行駐地生活。

 

        2017年,我受邀進駐Skaru族人的傳統領域區域駐地一週,並以「漫遊者棲地」為題,以對人與自然關係的敏感度,去經驗、探索、觀察與感受,並感知這塊土地曾經承載著Skaru族人的游耕狩獵生活,以及族人的當代處境。透過與部落孩子、泰雅族人共同生活、對話的現地創作,構建出「漫遊庇護所」生活地景作品。

 

        2018年,我再度回到觀霧現場駐地生活一週。這一次嘗試以大地藝術結合對話性創作的方式,與策展人Wagi Qmisan共同合作。我和拿撒姆山學校的部落孩子,展開新類型公共藝術共同創作-「山是一座學校」的自然地景建構。在經過連續四天的冷雨清洗,夜間與清晨攝氏2~5度C的氣溫,歷經大小朋友的共同努力下,終於順利完成「拿撒姆工作室」作品。

 

        「Gaga」是泰雅族文化的核心,也是泰雅語裡頭最多義的詞彙。「Gaga」大致上有社會範疇、社會規範與個人特質三種層次,它代表著人與人之間的相處倫理與自然的宇宙秩序,而「共享」則是其內涵的關鍵。此作品位於泰雅族傳統獵場裡頭,我將原獵寮進行藝術轉化,並結合孩子的「河流」想像願景。我以獵人隨身攜帶的獵刀形狀做為此獵寮的初始想像,並加以改變。作品從一棵傾斜的松樹做為開端,往上游方向延伸成一道俐落的流線。它就像是從自然開始生長,形成一處人與自然生活的空間,並落地而成一開放的空間。作品的材料取自於該場域,以原獵寮傳統的方式搭建成一個具有內外空間的自然的庇護所。

 

        「拿撒姆」在泰雅語意為「我的家」,我的創作生活始終與工作室一起共存,而此作品是結合對話性創作的方式逐步完成的。因此,我並將之命名為「拿撒姆工作室」,也回應著「山是一座學校」與泰雅「Gaga」。

 

 

The original shelter

 

 

 

From primitive tribal life to local sense-Sustainable Gaga

Skaru Site-specific art exhibition: 2018 Nga-San-Mu Land Art Work Camp

 

Title: Nga-San-Mu Studio

Artist: Lee, Kuei-chih

Materials: Branches, miscanthus, stones, vines, sisal rope

Size: 1600cm(L)x350cm(W)x280cm(H)

Location:  West Branch of Dalu Forest Road , Guanwu area( Mawgil), Shei-Pa National Park, Hsinchu County, Taiwan (24.492512N, 121.107868E)

Year: 2018

Organizer: Mitakayal Travelers Under Sky - Nga-San-Mu Mountain School, Atayal Squliq Skaru Tribal Group

Curator: Wagi Qmisan

Co-creation: Wagi Qmisan, Laling Yumin, Ibant Yumin, Mona Laling, Yumin Bahuy, Xu,Wei-Jun, Wang,Guan-Qing, 25 children in the Wufeng area of Hsinchu County and 10 self-study group teachers and students from other localities.

Photography: Xiao,Li-Jun

 

Conception:

 

 

        "Nga-San-Mu Land Art Work Camp" belongs to the Nga-San-Mu Mountain School Series Course -"Going travel from the tribe to the world.". The hunter is a wanderer of the mountain space. "traditional field" idea for the tribe people such as like the concept of "habitat" for animals and plants to environment. The project invites artist residency in the traditional areas of the Skaru tribe.

 

        In 2017, I was invited to stay in the traditional area of the Skaru tribe for a week. I used the theme of “Wanderer Habitat” to experience, explore, observe and feel the sensitivity of the relationship between human and nature. It is also perceived that this land once carried the shifting agriculture and hunting life of the Skaru people and the contemporary situation of the people. Through the local creations of living and dialogue with the Atayal people and children, I created the "Wanderer Shelter" land art work there.

 

        In 2018, I returned to the site of the Guanwu area(Mawgil) for a week. This time, I tried to work with curator Wagi Qmisan in the form of land art work combined with local dialogue. This is the co-creation land art work of a New Type Public Art - "Mountain is a school" with the tribal people and children. After four consecutive days of cold rain cleaning and a temperature of 2 to 5 degrees Celsius at night time and early morning, and through all the efforts of the people, the work of "Nga-San-Mu Studio" was finally completed.

 

        "Gaga" is the core of the Atayal culture and the most vocabulary in the Atayal language. "Gaga" generally has three levels: social category, social norms and personal traits. It represents the ethics of interpersonal relationship and the natural cosmic order, and "sharing" is the key to its connotation. This work is located in the traditional Atayal hunting field. I transformed the original hunter's temporary simple shelter into art, and combined the child's "river" imagination vision. I used the shape of the hunting knife that the hunter carried with them to make the initial imagination of this work then change it. The work begins with a sloping pine tree and extends to upstream into a streamline curve shape. It is like growing from nature and forming a space for human and natural life then landing into an open space. The materials of the work gather from the site and built into a natural shelter with internal and external space in the traditional way of the original hunter shelter.

 

        "Nga-San-Mu" means "my home" in the Atayal language. My creative life has always coexisted with the studio, and this work is gradually completed in a way that combines with dialogue creation. Therefore, I named it "Nga-San-Mu Studio" and it also responded to "Mountain is a school" and Atayal "Gaga".

The original shelter

 

 

 

Nga-San-Mu Studio_ Peocess

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

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