聽話?!

日期
10/11/2018 - 11:00 - 30/12/2018 - 19:00
地址
1a space
香港九龍土瓜灣馬頭角道63號 牛棚藝術村14號

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1a空間榮譽呈獻《聽話?!》主題研討會及展覽計劃。

1a空間的開幕展覽《國家藝術館「定」畫廊?》(1998) 借用及擴展了一個電視廣告的主題意旨,揭示(國家)藝術館和畫廊在香港視藝機制中的位置,引發有關藝術的呈現和展示的討論。當“藝術館”或“畫廊”的面貌不再由個人、機制或“結構”選擇時,究竟誰掌握決定權?

當代藝術的發展從來充滿對現況與框架的挑戰與疑問。今年,1a空間立足於創辦二十週年的時刻,我們更深信這種面對限制的態度是不同年代都值得去思考的問題。

「聽話」強調這個動詞的復合意義。它字面上有安於現況、願意服從及聽從的意思。同時「?! 」則隱含對這種態度的反思與質疑,帶有對制度性狀態保持反省的意味。「聽話」嘗試為獨立藝術空間、藝術家及藝術工作者拆解及總結出五種態度,並以展覽、研討會及出版就此五種現象進行討論,期盼以開放的提問及建立關係對等的溝通去重新思考這個命題。

 不務正業
 手停口停
 憤世疾俗
 聯群結黨
 無規矩

《聽話?!》
主題研討會:
主題:《不務正業》
日期:11月10日 (星期六)下午3時至5時正
講者:盧燕珊、楊秀卓、程展緯

主題:《手停口停》
日期:11月11日 (星期日)下午3時至5時正
講者:魂游、黃嘉瀛、岑愷怡
與談人:黃國才

主題:《憤世疾俗》
日期:11月17日 (星期六)下午3時至5時正
講者:C&G 藝術單位、鄧小樺,何秀萍

主題:《聯群結黨》
日期:11月18日 (星期日)下午3時至5時正
講者:黎蘊賢、鄧國騫、嚴瑞芳

主題:《無規矩》
日期:11月24日 (星期六)下午3時至5時 正
講者:馮美華、王天仁、陳錦成

主題展:
展覽開幕酒會:2018 年11月30日晚上6時30分入席
展期:2018 年11月30日- 2018 年12月30日
展覽開放時間:逢星期二至日上午11時至晚上7時正(逢星期一休館)
地點:香港九龍土瓜灣馬頭角道63號牛棚藝術村14號「1a空間」
查詢: 25290087/ [email protected]
Facebook專頁: 1a space
Instagram:1a_space

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參展藝術家(排名不分先後):

岑愷怡
先後於香港浸會大學取得視覺藝術學士學位(2011) 及碩士學位(2013) 。畢業後曾任香港嶺南大學視覺研究系駐校藝術家。自2016年1月起在香港浸會大學視覺藝術院兼任講師。曾獲美國耶魯大學和香港經濟貿易駐紐約辦事處頒發 - 2017雅禮藝術獎助金。目前,她在香港工作,並加入香港中文大學藝術系擔任兼職講師。

岑氏以不同媒介創作,其中以雕塑、玻璃、裝置和公共藝術為主。她近年的創作以探討「觀者與作品之間的互動關係」、「玩具、遊戲與遊樂場的歷史和文化」及「人與人之間如何達致溝通和連結」為重心。

曾敏富
73年生,香港視覺藝術家,分別於2008年及2016年獲頒澳洲墨爾本皇家理工大學藝術學士和碩士學位。曾氏從作品中探索時間、轉變、過程和物質之間的關係,主要運用不同的天然物料,例如紙、木、冰、炭,利用火燒、融化和凍結等過程來創作,並以裝置、錄像、攝影和雕塑等方式來呈現。曾氏獲邀參與多個香港和澳洲的展覽,當中包括2016年的個展《物盡緣起》,香港雕塑雙年展《天上人間》及2018《藝遊維港》。2010年曾氏獲邀擔任《東九龍文化藝術播種計劃》雕塑課程的導師及後於2012年開始成為香港藝術學院導師。

鍾惠恩
本地藝術家,2009年於香港浸會大學視覺藝術院畢業。鍾惠恩從事雕塑及裝置藝術創,她的作品主要探索生活文化中的人、物的存在方式和矛盾狀態。曾參與展覽包括《這麼近那麼遠 - 香港和英國之間的某處》(香港奧沙畫廊,2014)、《澳門藝穗節 - 走在內巷》(澳門牛房倉庫,2011)、 《乙城節-行路上省城 x 廣東主義》(中國廣州扉藝廊,2010),並於2013年赴印度孟買參與社區藝術計劃 [en]counters: powerPLAY。

吳家俊
吳氏(b.1985)在2008年於香港浸會大學視覺藝術院取得學士學位, 現居住及工作在香港。他的作品多以雕塑或裝置的方法呈現,除日常物件的重塑再造,也進入到一些社會場景,探討城市發展、自然環境等題目。其作品曾在香港、中國、澳洲和韓國展出,包括香港歌德學院、OpenSpace BAE等。2014年夏天,他參加了韓國OpenSpace BAE藝術家駐場計劃。近年他在香港參與了多個公共/社區藝術計劃。
此外,他也是1a Space 2014年的藝術委員小組成員。

李泳麒
現為香港浸會大學視覺藝術院講師。教育以外亦參與攝影及數位人文學研究、書寫、展覽籌劃及藝術創作。作品曾於奧地利、德國、香港、拉脫維亞、台灣及英國展出。研究文獻出版、展覽籌劃工作以及駐場藝術家經驗包括有微波國際新媒體藝術節、香港文化博物館、德國柏林 transmediale 新媒體藝術展、ISEA 國際電子藝術研討會、Trans Asia Photography Review 以及英國 FORMAT 攝影節。其攝影作品《曾老飄流記》入圍WMA大師攝影獎2016/17「動」 六份入圍攝影作品之一。

張景威
獨立視覺藝術家,策展人及藝術教育工作者。於本地視覺藝術院及文化研究系畢業後,在不同的文化藝術工作中生存。亦因為從事包括教育、藝術行政、抗爭等工作而被認識。他的創作主要始於跟隨既有及當刻的處境,利用藝術(創作或解難方法)作直觀回應。最近的創作主題主要環繞教育及學校教育系統,平衡於以授課作為其中一種創作,思考模菱兩可在教育中的正面意義。他現時為1a 空間的藝術策劃小組成員及任教於兆基創意書院。

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Listen Up?!

10th November 2018 – 30th December 2018, 1a space

1a space proudly presents Listen Up?! , thematic symposium and exhibition.

1a space’s finding exhibition, “National Museum or Gallery?” has provocatively drawn on the campaign as a counter point to unveil Hong Kong’s cultural state. In borrowing the significations and to expand its encoded readings, “National Museum or Gallery? ” seeks to articulate and dissect the conceptual framework of the museum, and gallery system within Hong Kong’s visual landscape.

Despite the reform and reinterpretation of alternative art space, the development of Contemporary Art consistently challenges traditional artmaking convention. With 1a space’s 20 years of experience in 2018, we firmly believe that this attitude should be concurrently discussed and considered.

The title Listen Up?! comprises multiple layers of meaning. It could be understood as a progress in action of obedience. The punctuation ‘?!’ itself also refers to a questioning manner of this ideas, representing an open-end question for ideas exchange and mutual communication. It denotes and introspects the framework of conventional impression of independent art space and art practitioners.

Foreseeing this thriving development in Hong Kong art, the project aims to deliberate and question artistic milieus from independent art space, emerging artists and art practitioners by encouraging forward discussions, exhibition and publication. 5 characteristics of an independent art space/artists/art practitioners will be emphasized in the discussions:

 Dallying (不務正業)
 Living hand to mouth (手停口停)
 Cynical (憤世疾俗)
 Grouping & Forming Party (聯群結黨)
 Play Fast & Loose (無規矩)

Listen Up?!

Symposiums
10/11 3pm – 5pm Dallying
Panelist: Lo Yin Shan, Ricky Yeung Sau Churk, Luke Ching Chin Wai

11/11 3pm – 5pm Living Hand to Mouth
Panelist: Debe Sham , Wen Yau, Wong Ka Ying
Discussant: Kacey Wong

17/11 3pm – 5pm Cynical
Panelist: C&G Artpartment, Tang Siu Wa, Pia Ho
Discussant: Ricky Yeung Sau Churk

18/11 3pm – 5pm Grouping & Forming Party
Panelist: Orlean Lai, Tang Kwok Hin, Yim Sui Fong

24/11 3pm – 5pm Paly Fast & Loose
Panelist: May Fung, Wong Tin Yin, Chris Chan

Exhibition
Opening Reception: 30th November 2018 6:30pm
Exhibition Period: 30th November – 30th December 2018
Time: Tuesday to Sundays 11 am – 7 pm (closed on Mondays)

Venue: 1a space
Unit 14, Cattle Depot Artist Village, 63 Ma Tau Kok Road,
To Kwa Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Enquiry: 25290087/ [email protected]
Facebook: 1a space
Instagram: 1a_space

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Exhibition Participating Artist (in no particular order) :

Matthew Tsang
Matthew Tsang Man Fu (b. 1973) is a Hong Kong visual artist. He completed his BFA in 2008 and MFA in 2015, both with RMIT, Australia. His works investigate the relationship between time, change, process and materiality. He works mainly with a variety of natural materials including wood, ice and charcoal and utilises processes including burning, melting and freezing. His artworks are presented in installation, video, photographs and sculptural objects. Tsang has exhibited in Hong Kong and Australia, including his solo show Where the End is the Beginning (2016), World and Heaven: the Hong Kong Sculpture Biennial, 2016 and Harbour Art Sculpture Park ,2018. In 2010 he was invited to join the East Kowloon Art and Cultural Initiation Scheme as the tutor of the sculpture course. Since 2012 he has been a lecturer at Hong Kong Art School.

Debe Sham
Debe Sham graduated from the Hong Kong Baptist University in Visual Arts (B.A. 2011 & M.A. 2013). She then has taught as a visiting artist at the Department of Visual Studies, Hong Kong Lingnan University. Debe has joined the Academy of Visual Arts, HKBU as a part-time lecturer since January 2016. She received the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (New York) Yale-China Art Fellowship 2017 and served as a research scholar at Yale University (U.S.A.). Currently, she is based in Hong Kong and joined the Department of Fine Arts in Chinese University of Hong Kong as a part-time lecturer.

Debe is a sculptor and an interdisciplinary artist, usually works with metal and glass. The performative sculptures and site-specific installations she has developed in the past several years have grown out of the artistic exploration of the role of public art. Specifically, she has focused on interactivity as a means of generating dialogue between art and its audience; the ambiguity of interpersonal communication in different social situations; and the history and culture of toys, games and playgrounds.
http://www.debesham.com/

Chung Wai-ian
Hong Kong based artist. Chung Wai-ian received her BA from Hong Kong Baptist University in 2009. She works with sculpture and installation. She concerns space and habit in human living situation and explores the contradiction in daily culture. Her works have been invited to be presented in exhibitions including “Both Sides Now - Somewhere between Hong Kong and the UK” in Osage (HK, 2014), “Macau city Festival -Parade in Inner Harbour” (Macau, 2011), “Walking to Canton X Canton Canton” in Fei Gallery (Guangzhou, China, 2010). In 2013, she has invited to participate in a residence program “ [en]counters 2013: powerPLAY” organized by ArtOxygen, India.

NG Ka-chun
NG Ka Chun (b.1985) received his BA degree in Visual Arts from Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2008, currently is living and working in Hong Kong.
His art unsettles city dwellers' relationship with nature. In many of his works, he puts a spin on ready-made objects, presenting an alternative perspective that challenges the commonly accepted way of life. He also responds to social issues concerning fast-paced development in the city and preservation with interventional installations. His works have been presented in exhibitions in Hong Kong, China, Australia and Korea including Goethe-Institut Hongkong, OpenSpace Bae and etc. In the summer of 2014, he participated in an artist residency in OpenSpace BAE, Korea.In recent years, he has participated in several public/community art projects in Hong Kong.
Now he is also one of artistic committee member of 1a Space in 2014
http://www.hei-ngkachun.blogspot.hk/

Kalen Lee
LEE Wing Ki is a lecturer at the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University. He is also a researcher, writer, exhibition organiser and artist focus on photography and digital humanities. His works exhibited in Austria, Germany, Hong Kong, Latvia, Taiwan and the UK. His research writings, curatorial projects, and participation as artist-in-residence includes Microwave International New Media Festival, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, transmediale, ISEA, Trans Asia Photography Review and FORMAT Festival. His photographic work, “Tsang’s Odyssey” was selected as one of the six finalists of the WYNG Media Award (WMA) Masters 2016/17—“Mobility”.

Cheung King-wai Reds
Reds Cheung is an independent visual artist, curator and arts teacher. He survived in local art community for several years, also being recognized by teaching in local art institutions, project administration, protestor etc, after received BA visual arts and MA visual culture studies. He creates art mainly start from following the given situation,provide intuitional responds through artworks/creative solutions. Currently he is focuses in education matters and schooling system, symmetrically to his practical works in teaching as art, thinking the use of ambiguous in art education. Reds is a member of 1a space’s artistic panel and visual arts teacher in HKICC School of Creativity.

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