講座 | 鍾宛芝 | 重想香港女性主義

日期
16/07/2018 -
19:00 - 20:15
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

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近年,香港歷經雨傘運動、反新界東北發展運動等各類社政風波及抗爭。是次講座中,學者鍾宛芝將審視性別及女性主義與這些浪潮的關連,並論及藝術家如何帶有女性主義意識地回應相關議題。以馬琼珠、林嵐及卓思穎的作品為例,鍾宛芝把這些藝術品重新建構為女性主義歷史的載體,並希望能由此發掘及重新想像由香港人創造、為女性主義而設的語言。

講座完結後,文潔華教授及藝術家文晶瑩將作出回應。

Reimagining Feminism in Hong Kong | Talk by Christina Chung

Talk by scholar Christina Chung, with responses from Professor Eva Man and artist Phoebe Man, on gender, feminism, art and Hong Kong's sociopolitical struggles.

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Scholar Christina Yuen Zi Chung examines how gender and feminism speak to Hong Kong’s recent sociopolitical struggles—including the Umbrella Movement and the protests against the North East New Territories New Development Areas—and discusses how artists have responded to issues like these in ways that reflect a feminist consciousness. By reframing artworks as sites of feminist history in and of themselves—including works by Ivy Ma, Jaffa Lam, and Chloe Cheuk—Chung’s methodology hopes to unearth and reimagine a language for feminism generated by Hong Kongers.

After the talk, Professor Eva Man and artist Phoebe Man offer responses based on their own extensive work on contemporary art and feminism.

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鍾宛芝是美國華盛頓大學性別、女性及性研究學系博士生兼學者,活躍於寫作及翻譯工作。鍾專門研究去殖民女性主義於香港視覺藝術場景的應用,從而探索香港與中國大陸錯綜複雜的政治、社會及性別化關係。

Christina Yuen Zi Chung is a writer, translator, and PhD scholar in Feminist Studies at the Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Department of the University of Washington. Her research is focused on a decolonial feminist analysis of visual art in Hong Kong to explore its expressions and mediations of the city's complex, gendered, sociopolitical relationship with Mainland China.

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圖片: 馬琼珠,《對Chantal Akerman〈主婦日記〉其中一幕的研習》(2017),展於《(再)另一半 妻子,母親,自身之實踐》,奧沙香港,2017年3月17日至4月30日。由鍾宛芝提供。

Image: Ivy Ma, Study of a Scene from Chantal Akerman's 'Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles,' 2017. From (An)other-Half: Being a Wife/Mother and the Practices of the Self, Osage Gallery, Hong Kong, 2017. Photo: Christina Yuen Zi Chung.

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