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枕頭計畫 34位藝術家聯手打造夢的故事

發行人 朱宗慶

指導單位 教育部

總編輯 曲德益、陳婉麗

企劃單位 國立臺北藝術大學 藝術資源暨推廣教育中心 地址:112台北市北投區學園路一號

執行編輯 何明桂、黃翔翎

電話:+886-2-2893-8888 傳真:+886-2-2895-7387 網址:http://aaa.tnua.edu.tw

美術設計 林冠名

國立臺北藝術大學 關渡美術館 地址:112台北市北投區學園路一號

主視覺設計 曾微雅

電話:+886-2-2896-1000轉2444 傳真:+886-2-2893-8870 網址:http://kdmofa.tnua.edu.tw

網頁設計製作 陳俊彬

展覽網站:http://www.bei-yi-form.com

光碟設計製作 陳俊文

發行 國立臺北藝術大學 地址:112台北市北投區學園路一號

作品攝影 陳明聰

電話:+886-2-2896-1000-19 傳真:+886-2-2893-8835 網址:http://www2.tnua.edu.tw

展場規劃 何明桂、翟玉立(關渡美術館) 陳婉麗、石展綱(傳統藝術創意資源中心)

印刷 小福專業國際印刷有限公司 電話:+886-2-2332-6010

翻譯 英倫翻譯社、林玉菁 文字校對 黃翔翎、楊敏慧

出版日期 中華民國九十七年六月 定價 新台幣300元 版權所有,翻印必究 ISBN:978-986-01-4442-0 GPN:1009701494


目次

006 序 國立臺北藝術大學校長 朱宗慶 008 策展人的話 曲德益、陳婉麗、石瑞仁 010 枕頭宣言 楊偉林

枕頭漫談 013 枕頭趣史 莊伯和 016 刺枕 雷 驤

枕頭圖文介紹 022 藝術枕 082 創意商品枕

造枕頭的故事 111 織夢女–原民織布工藝的百年變遷 陳婉麗 114 創意藺草編織的故事–苑裡飄香 陳怡方 118 閒談中華民族的裝飾結 陳夏生 123 中國漆工藝的文明歷程與繽紛融合的臺灣漆藝 翁徐得

126 北藝風簡介 127 藝術資源暨推廣教育中心簡介 128 關渡美術館簡介 130 枕頭花絮


Pillow Project 34 artists collaboratively create a story of dreams

Publisher Ju Tzong-Ching

Supervisor Ministry of Education

Chief Editor Chu Teh-I, Chen,Wan-Lee

Organizers Taipei National University of the Arts Center for Arts Resources and Educational Outreach

Executive Editor Ho, Ming-Kuei, Huang Shiang-Ling

Address: No.1, Hsueh-Yuan Rd., Peitou, Taipei 112 Taiwan Tel: +886.2.2893-8888 Fax: +886.2.2895-7387

Graphic Designer Lin Guan-Ming Visual Designer Tseng Wei-Ya

Website: http://aaa.tnua.edu.tw

Taipei National University of the Arts Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts Address: No.1, Hsueh-Yuan Rd., Peitou, Taipei 112 Taiwan Tel: +886.2.2896-1000 ext2444

Web Designer Chen Chun-Bin

Fax: +886.2.2893-8870 Website: http://kdmofa.tnua.edu.tw Exhibition Website: http://www.bei-yi-form.com

VCD Production Chen Chun-Wen Photographer Alex Chen

Published by Taipei National University of the Arts Address: No.1, Hsueh-Yuan Rd., Peitou, Taipei 112 Taiwan Tel: +886.2.2896-1000-19

Exhibition Display Ho Ming-Kuei, Chai Yu-Li (Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts) Chen Wan-Lee, Shih Jhan-Gang (Creative Resource Center for Traditional Arts) Translation Transmaster Translation Company, Lin Yu-Jing Proof-reading Huang Shiang-Ling, Yang Min-Hui

Fax: +886.2.2893-8835 Website: http://www2.tnua.edu.tw

Printed by FUFU Print Inc. Tel: +886-2-2332-6010

Date of Publication June, 2008 Price NT$300 Š 2008 All right reserved. Taipei National University of the Arts. ISBN: 978-986-01-4442-0 GPN: 1009701494


Contents

007 Foreword Ju Tzong-ching, President of Taipei National University of the Arts 009 The Curator's Views Chu Teh-I, Chen Wan-Lee, J J Shih 011 Pillow Declaration Yang Wei-Lin

Pillow Talk 014 The Interesting History of Pillows Chuang Po-Ho 018 Thorn Pillow Lay Hsiang

Plates 022 Pillow Art 082 Creative Pillows

The Stories of Pillow Making 112 Dream Weaving Woman- Changes of Aboriginal Weaving in the Past Hundred Years Chen Wan-Lee 116 Beautiful Fragrance in Yuanli - Creative Rush Grass Weaving Chen Yi-Fang 120 Chatting about the Chinese Decorative Knots Lydia Chen 124 Chinese Lacquer Civilization History and the Colorful Integrated Taiwan Lacquer Ueng Shyu-Der

126 Bei-Yi Form 127 Center for Arts Resources and Educational Outreach 129 Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts

130 Photo Album


夢,人之夜晚靈犀,它是潛意識行為或內心渴望的反射,重現了一個人一日當中的大小事物,常駐的慾念,遺忘 的記憶碎片,都可能透過「夢」再次誕生。枕頭,夢之孕育溫床,一個日常生活物件,看的見,摸的著,舒適地 被枕在頭下,成為做夢的基地,平凡卻連帶著形而上的思維。 所以我們看到在「枕頭計畫」裡,藝術家把枕頭與民間傳說中守護嬰孩平安長大的老虎連結;因想像中枕頭可以 擁有的觸感,和人肌膚的肌理連結;因為夢之不可掌控,成為內心恐懼的反射,和尖銳的圖釘連結;因為流口水 的睡覺習慣,發酵成香菇,和趣味故事的連結…透過數十位工藝大師、藝術家、設計師以及北藝大創意無限的校 友們,把對枕頭的幻想、奇想、異想化為作品,將「做夢的基地」繽紛呈現出來,啟發觀者對平凡的枕頭有另一 番玄妙思考。 「枕頭計畫」是國立臺北藝術大學「北藝風」品牌的系列活動,在全體北藝風藝術團隊同仁的辛苦努力下,舉辦得 有聲有色,再一次將藝術成功地實用化、生活化。「枕頭書」是這一系列活動的總整理紀錄,呈現了此次參與藝 術家們的精彩作品,也放置有數篇介紹枕頭典故軼事的專文,讀來趣味昂然。這一本圖文並茂的展覽專書,從製 作故事側看枕頭的「成長經歷」,從歷史、生活文學等角度,正視枕頭的「家學淵源」,從創意聯想延伸展現枕 頭的「未來潛力」,帶領讀者全面性的認識枕頭的各種面貌與歷史,觸發對生活的美學想像! 我在此要感謝團隊成員用心而精彩的付出,「凡流汗耕耘者必歡呼收割」,恭賀北藝風藝術團隊卓然有成地為枕 頭計畫落下一個完美的句點。

國立臺北藝術大學校長

006


Foreword

A Dream, the nighttime mental affinity of people, it is a subconscious behavior, or inner desire reflection, that reproduces the daily things, desires, or forgotten memories of someone, which can all be born again through “a dream”. A Pillow, the bed that nourishes dreams, a daily object, it can be seen, touched, comfortably leaned upon by heads and become a base for dreams. It is ordinary, but with a metaphysical thought. Therefore, in “Pillow Project”, we see that artists have linked pillows with a tiger that safely protects babies so they can grow up, in folklore; linked the feel that an imaginary pillow can have with the texture of human skin; linked the fear due to not being able to control dreams with sharp pushpins; and linked fermented mushrooms from the drooling with interesting stories….. The illusion, wonder and imagination of pillows are turned into art through dozens of craft masters, artists, designers and the creative alumni of TNUA. The “Dreaming Base” is presented and also inspires people to have another thought with an ordinary pillow. “Pillow Project” is a “Bei-Yi-Form” brand series activity of TNUA. Through the hard efforts of everyone in the Bei-YiForm art team, the activity was held with resounding success, and once again succeeded in making arts practical and lively. ”Pillow book” is the total collated record of this series of activities, it presents the wonderful works of the participating artists and several articles introducing anecdotal pillow stories, which are very interesting to read. This illustrated exhibition book looks at the pillow’s “growth experience” from production stories, faces the pillow’s “family sources” from history and living literary points of view, extends and presents pillow’s “future potential” from creative association, and leads readers to comprehensively understand the various appearances and history of pillows, and trigger the aesthetic imagination of life! Here I would like to thank the wonderful and hard effort intention of the team members, “People who work hard reap a fruitful harvest”, and congratulate on Bei-Yi-Form art team with a perfect ending of Pillow Project.

President of Taipei National University of the Arts

007


策展人的話

早年推動臺灣「生活工藝運動」的顏水龍先生提到,要發展近乎純美術層次之美感經驗,就必須先提升自我生活 文化之水平開始。也就是說若要讓生活達到具美感的生活經驗,就得從日常生活中所使用的器具、居住的空間與 周遭景觀美化著手,逐步培養自身美感認知,達到高雅樸實的人格情操與境地。 國立臺北藝術大學為了推動品牌化經營北藝大校學園藝術商品的發展,我們從去年開始規劃籌備成立校園自創品 牌「北藝風」,推廣藝術化的生活美學,帶動更多藝術家投入藝術生活用品的創意設計工作。「北藝風」既是一 個品牌也是一個平台,我們的藝術創意團隊除了北藝大的師生、校友外,也希望邀請國內外的工藝家與藝術家一 起來推動我們的品牌理念,推廣藝術生活用品的創意研發,讓更廣大的社會大眾也能在日常生活中親近藝術,擁 有具藝術感的生活美學經驗,落實「生活就是藝術,藝術來自生活」的理念。 「枕頭計畫」是啟動新品牌「北藝風」的系列活動。我們選擇以一個人人都熟悉的平凡生活事物「枕頭」為題,用 藝術創意來詮釋我們的生活經驗與故事。為了反映「北藝風」的品牌理念,我們為「枕頭計畫」規劃了三個內容 重點,包括「枕頭藝術展」、「枕頭創意商品原型」的設計開發以及「枕頭書」的出版計畫。其中「枕頭藝術 展」的部份我們邀請了二十九位工藝家與藝術家,用他們敏銳而感性的生活經驗創作出三十一件具話題性的枕頭 藝術品,與觀者一起分想他們的生活故事。 此外,我們也力邀十一位工藝家與藝術家,一起來設計研發十二個系列的「枕頭創意商品原型」,讓藝術家的作 品不只是特定人士的收藏品,也能兼具實用性與生活化,讓普羅大眾也可以把藝術創意帶回家。同時,我們也邀 請不同領域的作家從文學的、美學的、歷史的…等不同面向來與眾生談「枕頭」;並集擷整理記錄這次的創意活 動過程於「枕頭書」中,讓大家可以閱讀我們的工作。 面對當代生活中的快速與虛擬,「枕頭計畫」系列活動是我們細膩思考藝術創意與生活的本質後的具體行動,也 是北藝風藝術團隊第一次努力的成果,這是一個理念的開始,需要大家的建議與鼓勵,讓北藝風茁壯成長。

008


The Curator's Views

Yen Shui-Long, the pioneer of the early ‘Living Art Movement’ in Taiwan, once said that, to attain aesthetic experiences of fine art, we must start from enhancing the level of living culture. In other words, the creation of aesthetic life experiences comes from ameliorated landscapes, living environments and daily products. Through gradual cultivation of aesthetic perceptions, one could attain a personality of elegance and simplicity. Taipei National University of the Arts has embarked on the brand management of our art works since last year. The development of the TNUA’s own brand, ‘Bei-Yi-Form’, serves as an important platform for promoting aesthetic living art, and incorporating more artists into creative design of living art works. ‘Bei-Yi-Form’ is a brand and a platform, for faculties and students of the TNUA, as well as for domestic and international crafters and artists, to engage in research and development of living art works. Through ‘Bei-Yi-Form’, we are providing a new channel for embracing art in daily life, creating artistic life experiences and realizing the ideal that ‘life is art; art comes from life.’ The ‘Pillow Project’ series launch the brand of ‘Bei-Yi-Form’. We choose the pillow, a common living product that everyone uses daily, as the theme to re-interpret our life experiences and stories through creativity. To reflect the brand concept of ‘Bei-Yi-Form’, the Pillow Project develops three lines, the ‘Pillow Art Exhibition’, ‘Prototypes of Creative Pillow Products,’ and the publication of the ‘Pillow Book.’ The Pillow Art Exhibition invites twenty-nine crafters and artists to create thirty-one provocative pillow art works based on their life experiences. Each pillow tells a unique story. In addition, we also invite eleven crafters and artists to participate in the development of twelve prototypes of creative pillow products. Art works are not merely meant for collectors, but also have their functions in everyday life. These series of products are meant for take-home art works. Furthermore, authors from diversified fields, such as literature, aesthetics and history, are invited to contribute to an unprecedented ‘Pillow Book’. Including the record of the entire creation process. Facing contemporary life of rapidity and virtuosity, the ‘Pillow Project’ embodies a reflection on and an alternative reaction to the nature of life and art creation. Here we present the first fruit of the ‘Bei-Yi-Form’ team, the beginning of a whole new concept. We sincerely appreciate your encouragement and suggestions that will help us in opening more possibilities and improving product quality.

009


枕頭宣言

枕頭是夢境的括弧 枕頭是失眠的舞台 枕頭是戀人的肩膀與胸腹 枕頭是承接心智的容器 枕頭是眼淚與口水的地圖 枕頭是軟硬兼施的科技新貴 枕頭是時差的鎮定劑 枕頭是溫柔的凶器 不管你是以石為枕、以草為枕、以瓷為枕、以冰為枕、以書為枕、還是以記憶為枕,它輕輕托起了這脆弱又複雜 的頭頸,讓我們的神思得以暫時安頓歇息。從出生到死亡,每日耳鬢廝磨,記載了人生幾近三分之一時間的脈 動。酣睡時,臉頰身陷其中,夢境在其中棲息;失眠時,輾轉反側,多少不速之客的心事在此迷途。枕頭,一個 簡單的日常生活物件,平凡又私密,原始也科學,人類從什麼時候開始發現要在後仰時墊起一個厚度,剛好可以 填補缺空的軀體與不安的魂魄? 唐人「枕中記」中,黃梁一夢的盧生進入一兩端開竅的青瓷枕內,一生榮華歷歷傾刻身受。我等凡人無需神仙之 枕也能日有所思夜有所夢,將剪不斷理還亂的纏綿思緒都在半夢半醒的當下織成了錦囊,又在白日裡拆解毀跡、 重構輪迴,你是否可以在起伏的枕間依稀辨識那潛意識的慾望與啟示? 這次,我們將以枕為名,邀請學者、作家、藝術家與設計師藉由與枕頭的對話、獨白、及異想,分別從不同的領 域進入枕中天地,從心理到身體、從藝術到科學、從實用到傳奇,看看這日常物件可以追溯演化出多少故事?也 藉著這些展覽與活動賦予枕頭嶄新的想像與潛力。

楊偉林

010


Pillow Declaration

A pillow is the bracket for a dream A pillow is a stage for insomnia A pillow is a shoulder, chest, and abdomen for lovers A pillow is a container that hinges the mind A pillow is a map of tears and saliva A pillow is a soft and hard new technology A pillow is the time difference tranquilizer A pillow is a gentle weapon Whether you are using stone, grass, porcelain, ice, a book or memory as a pillow, they will all gently hold up your fragile and complex head and neck so your mind can temporarily settle to rest. From birth to death, the daily intimate interaction records almost one-third of the time pulses in life. While sleeping, the cheeks sink into it, and dreams live in it; while having insomnia, one will roll around on it, and lots of uninvited guest minds get lost in it. A pillow is a simple object of life, ordinary and private, original but also scientific. When does mankind find out the thickness that you put in between while bending back, which is just to fill up the empty body and uneasy soul? In the ancient Chinese story "Chen-Chung-Chi�, Lu Sheng slept on the Celadon pillow, which has holes at both ends, and entered a vivid dream that made him experience a splendid life. Without the magical pillow, ordinary people like us can also have dreams of something that lingers in our minds. The complicated thoughts are woven into the package, dismantled, destructed and reincarnated in the daytime. Will you be able to recognize the subconscious desire and inspiration between the ups and downs of the pillow? This time, we will use a pillow to invite scholars, writers, artists, and designers to engage in conversation, monologues, and imagination, and respectively enter the pillow area from different fields. From psychological to physical, from art to science, and from practical to legend to see how many stories this object of daily life can evolve, and through these exhibitions and activities, give new creativity and potential to pillows.

Yang Wei-Lin

011


枕頭計畫