後#MeToo藝術展覽 - 連結自發藝術力量 「家」力集氣 深化討論

日期
11/03/2020 - 18:00 - 18/03/2020 - 20:00
地址
賽馬會創意藝術中心 L1藝廊 及 據點。句點L3-06D, JCCAC
九龍石硤尾白田街30號

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連結自發藝術力量 「家」力集氣 深化討論
後#MeToo藝術展覽

後#MeToo藝術活動集合了一群藝術家,展出作品延續#MeToo自發的力量,嘗試引起公眾對性暴力 議題的關注。因為疫情關係,後#MeToo藝術的工作坊、講座及導賞團活動已取消,只保留展覽,並加強了網上互動部分。

足不出戶,如何參與?
觀眾可以在我們的網站欣賞多位藝術家的創作,互動參與。以Aurelia的作品為例,觀眾可掃描二維碼,傾聽「幸存者」的經歷和反思;參與式藝術「釋色如果我是」強調同理心,讓觀眾通過填色,代入受害人、施暴者和旁觀者三種角色進行思考。觀眾可以下載填色紙,並把作品電郵去專頁分享。其他作品也有延伸討論的空間,例如吳傲雪的作品探討「完美受害人」的定義,從網絡世界海量的資訊中,你我能否準確地了解受害人真正的話語和想法?網站也有閱讀資料,例如了解如何透過藝術形式介入這類議題的六招一式 及其他70多件本地和海外性暴力議題作品總匯。

#MeToo後怎樣接力?
2017年 #Metoo運動在國際間得到廣泛的傳播,許多人用這個主題標籤在社交媒體講述自己被性侵的故事,香港也有呂麗瑤事件,#ChurchToo和#ProtestToo,顯示了多個問題,包括性侵犯問題的普遍性,不分性別,漏報嚴重,歧視指責受害人的扭曲文化及網路審判的普遍恐懼等,運動旨在打破沉默,用同理心為受害者賦權加力。#MeToo後,藝術在這個議題上還可以做些甚麼?

今次展覽連結各個關注性暴議題的藝術家, 她/他們以自發的藝術手法,去回應各自關心議題的面向,例如受害人的創傷和充權、了解加害人心理、增強旁觀者同理心、強姦迷思、網絡性欺凌、權勢性侵、兒童性侵、性別研究等,展覽着重交流和參與,更會展出相關書藉和研究報告,希望能引起公眾對有關議題的持續關注,探討自由、公義、同理心和互相尊重的重要性。

觀眾可瀏覽本展覽的網頁 (postmetooart.wixsite.com/2020),或到展場走走,觀看眾人自發的藝術創作,有興趣參與的,可即場或網上創作,展示個人創意力量,呈現多元觀點。

後#MeToo 藝術展覽詳情
藝術家:
一班香港嘅師奶
文晶瑩
吳王夫差
吳傲雪
梁以瑚
陳從菲
象小姐
温倩蘅 (小肥)
黃嘉瀛
魂游
Aurelia Giovanni Laksmana
Yuet Zuki Wong

展覽日期及開放時間:
11/3: 18:00 – 20:00
12-18/3: 11:00 – 20:00
地點:賽馬會創意藝術中心 L1藝廊 及 據點。句點L3-06D, JCCAC
相片下載:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13b-EMQ8OtDsAlRQ5Jy18X9uDkhKLkZ-P
Facebook : www.facebook.com/PostMeTooArt/
Instagram : http://www.instagram.com/postmetooart/
網址: postmetooart.wixsite.com/2020
合辦單位:「有何不可?」藝術工作室、據點。句點
工作坊合辦機構:Anti480 反性暴力資源中心、480.0性別x藝術空間
支持機構:香港美術教育協會
場地贊助:賽馬會創意藝術中心
資助:香港藝術發展局
查詢 : 請以電郵[email protected]或FB Messenger (http://www.facebook.com/PostMeTooArt/)聯絡Sunny。
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Press Release
For immediate release
1th March, 2020

Connect the power of spontaneous art
Empower and deepen the discussion
Post #MeToo Art Exhibition

A group of artists will extend the spontaneous power of #MeToo through art. Owing to the latest development of the novel coronavirus infection, the workshops, talks, and guided tours of Post #MeToo Art have been cancelled. The exhibition will remain open, and online interaction is strengthened.

How to participate without going out?

Members of audiences can see the exhibition online and there are interactive activities. Taking Aurelia's artwork as an example, the viewers can scan the QR code to listen to the experiences and reflections of the "survivors". The participatory art, " Free Colouring If I Were ", emphasizes empathy. It encourages viewers to put themselves in the shoes of victims, perpetrators, and bystanders through colouring. Viewers can download and color the line drawings. Email their works to the organiser to share. We can also discuss other artworks. For example, work of Sonia NG explores the definition of “An Ideal Victim”. From the vast amount of online information, can you and I accurately understand the genuine words and thoughts of the victims? Further information of the overseas and local art work related the issues of sexual violence is also provided on the web site of the exhibition.

What art can do after #Me Too movement?

The #MeToo movement spread all over the world in 2017. Many people use this hashtag to tell stories on social media, about they have been sexually assaulted in the past. There were incidents like Lui LaiYiu, #ChurchToo and #ProtestToo in Hong Kong. This shows the generality of the problem, regardless of gender, serious underreporting, victim-blaming and the general fear of online trials, etc. The campaign aims to break the silence and empower the victims with empathy and strength in numbers. After #MeToo, what else can art do on this topic?

Post #MeToo Art Exhibition connected artists who are concerned about sexual violence issues. They create artworks spontaneously to respond to different aspects of the issue, for example, the victim ’s trauma and empowerment, understanding the psychology of the offender, strengthen the empathy of bystanders, misconceptions on rape, cyberbullying, child sexual abuse, abuse of authority in sexual misconduct and gender studies, etc. The exhibition focuses on communication and participation. Related books and research reports will also be displayed. The exhibition hopes to enhance the public's awareness of and attention to related topics, and explore the importance of freedom, justice, empathy and mutual respect.

The spectators can browse the exhibition website (postmetooart.wixsite.com/2020) or visit the exhibition in person to see the art works. For those who are interested in participation, they can join online or on site to showcase their creativity and present multiple perspectives.

Details of the Post #MeToo Art Exhibition

Artists:
A Group of “Si-nais” in Hong Kong
Phoebe Man
NG and WONG
Sonia Ng
Evelyna Liang
Chan Chung Fei
Miss Elephant
Wun Sinhang Cynthia (Siu Fei)
Wong Kaying
wen yau
Aurelia Giovanni Laksmana
Yuet Zuki Wong

Dates & Opening Hours:
11/3: 18:00 – 20:00
12-18/3: 11:00 – 20:00
Venue: L1 Gallery & L3-06D, Floating Projects, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Download photo: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13b-EMQ8OtDsAlRQ5Jy18X9uDkhKLkZ-P
Facebook: www.facebook.com/PostMeTooArt/
Instagram: www.instagram.com/postmetooart/
Website: postmetooart.wixsite.com/2020

Co-presented by Why Not & Floating Projects
Workshops co-presented by Anti480 Anti-Sexual Violence Resource Centre & 480.0 Gender & Art Space
Venue Sponsor: The Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Supported by Hong Kong Society for Education in Art and Hong Kong Arts Development Council

Inquiry: Please send messages to Sunny through email ([email protected]) or FB Messenger (www.facebook.com/PostMeTooArt/)

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