講座 | 嶋田美子 | 現代思潮社.美學校:1968年後的日本另類藝術教育

日期
30/05/2018 -
19:00 - 20:00
地址
亞洲藝術文獻庫 A Space
上環荷李活道233號荷李活商業中心10樓

藝術家兼研究員嶋田美子探討1969年至1975年間在日本開設的另類藝術學校 ── 現代思潮社.美學校。

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日期和時間:2018年5月30日,下午7至8時
地址:亞洲藝術文獻庫A Space,上環荷里活道233號荷李活商業中心10樓

在1968年的學運餘波過後,激進的出版社「現代思潮社」於1969年在東京創辦現代思潮社.美學校。這所藝術學院於時代巨變當中誕生,創辦人石井恭二希冀它成為「藉改變世人對世界認知去扭轉時局的運動」。 在是次講座裡,嶋田將介紹美學校的兩大主旨,包括「手技」和緊密的「師徒」關係,以及各藝術家如何嘗試以其獨特方法體現這些主旨。透過探討該學院的在1968年後日本的社會政治和文化範疇上的定位,她提出這場為了推動社會改變而進行的另類藝術教育實驗,如何能夠與當下的時勢掛鉤,以及需要尋求哪些全新策略。

Artist and researcher Shimada Yoshiko discusses Gendaishicho-sha Bigakkō (1969–75), an alternative art school in Post-1968 Japan

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Date and Time: 30 May 2018, 7–8pm
Venue: Asia Art Archive A Space, 10/F, Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan

In the aftermath of the 1968 student movement, the radical publishing company Gendaishicho-sha founded Gendaishicho-sha Bigakkō in Tokyo in 1969. Bigakkō was established at a time of great change, and was envisioned by its founder Ishii Kyoji as a “movement to change the world by changing the way the world is perceived.” In this talk, Shimada introduces two principles of Bigakkō—“tewaza” (hand skills) and close and full “master-pupil” relationships—and how each artist tried to embody these principles in their own unique methodology. By locating Bigakkō in the sociopolitical and cultural context of post-1968 Japan, she suggests ways this experiment in alternative art education for social change could be relevant today, and the kind of new strategies required.

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嶋田美子(1959年生於東京),現時於日本千葉居住和工作。她於1982年在美國Scripps College畢業,並於2015年獲倫敦金斯頓大學頒授哲學博士學位。其藝術作品探討的主題包括文化記憶,以及亞太戰爭時期的女性角色。她的作品曾於日本國內外展出。

近年,嶋田致力研究日本於1968年後的藝術和政治。她曾策展的展覽包括2013年於英國修咸頓John Hansard Gallery舉行的《Anti-Academy》、2015年於東京Atsukobarouh舉行的《中島由夫症候群》(Nakajima Yoshio Syndrome),以及2017年於東京Ota Fine Arts舉行的《From Nirvana to Catastrophe》,並負責撰寫和編輯展覽目錄。嶋田現時在長野整理松澤宥的檔案庫,並於Matsuzawa Yutaka Psi Room Foundation擔任總監。她亦於東京大學教養學部講授1960至70年代的日本藝術和政治,以及日本藝術與女性主義的關係。

Shimada Yoshiko (b. 1959, Tokyo) lives and works in Chiba, Japan. She graduated from Scripps College, USA, in 1982, and received her PhD from Kingston University, London, in 2015. Her artwork explores themes of cultural memory and the role of women in the Asia-Pacific War. Her works have been exhibited both nationally and internationally.

In recent years, Shimada has been researching post-1968 art and politics in Japan. She has curated exhibitions, such as Anti-Academy (John Hansard Gallery, 2013), Nakajima Yoshio Syndrome (Atsukobarouh, 2015), and From Nirvana to Catastrophe (Ota Fine Arts, 2017), for which she wrote and edited the catalogues. She is currently working on the Matsuzawa Yutaka Archive in Nagano, and serving as Director of the Matsuzawa Yutaka Psi Room Foundation. She lectures on Japanese art and politics of the 1960s and 70s, and art and feminisms in Japan at The University of Tokyo.
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圖片:於菊畑茂久馬的課堂上臨摹山本作兵衛的炭坑記錄畫,1970年。由嶋田美子提供。
Image: Natsuyuki Nakanishi Atelier at Bigakkō, 1969. Courtesy of Jun Morinaga.

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