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Issue 19 : #照片#雕塑
#photo#sculpture


在這期《攝影之聲》中,日本設計師田中義久與雕刻家飯田竜太所組成的雙人創作組合「Nerhol」,將照片層層堆疊雕琢刻鏤,改造平面攝影為多元視點的立體圖像,顛覆照片設下的時空制約;荷蘭藝術家Anouk Kruithof擷取81個美國機關組織的Instagram帳號所發布的官方照片,締構一系列複合媒材影像雕塑,在型態轉化之中探索當代圖像訊息的變異組建;韓國藝術家權五祥拍下大量的實物細節,將照片拼貼雕砌成各種人形塑像與物件結構,超越平面—立體形態之間的思索界線。

本期的Artist’s Showcase單元,我們特寫1992年出生的數位媒材原生世代——影像藝術家小林健太,藉由他自由裂解增生的數位塗抹(digital smudge)軌跡,在介入、破壞與影像噪音化的各種實驗中,將傳統攝影的物質與機械性建制重新格式化,跌進影像生成狀態的混元世界,突顯了視覺技術的思維後像。或許激浪派(Fluxus)的意識將再透過他的作品重返攝影的話題,並反映著這個世代的視線主張。

專欄單元中,張世倫對類比底片粒子與數位像素的影像物質性進行思辨,闡述影像的不完美特性對攝影本質的啟示;顧錚評析中國藝術家蔡東東近期發表的攝影裝置系列——《泉》,在達達主義興起並影響至今的一百周年之際,檢視當代現成物藝術的實踐語彙;此外,從這期開始,我們更邀請香港攝影學者黎健強執筆一個新的連載專欄——「影像香港」,他以近年親身參與籌劃的攝影展覽歷程做為序論,並將陸續疏理香港的攝影史脈與當代影像地景,做為我們串連東亞攝影發展的另一切點。

在英國近期「脫歐」抉擇的歷史之年,也是愛爾蘭「脫英」武裝革命——1916年「復活節起義」——的一百周年,這場獨立行動雖告失敗,卻因最終催生了愛爾蘭共和國而成為歷史關鍵,今年在倫敦與都柏林皆有相關的紀念活動。梁秋虹在英、愛現場深度剖析這些歷史影像檔案的視覺展演,解讀革命符號與受難者影像中,攝影政治學幽微操作的記憶與神話。

「Q」單元專訪德國資深出版人Gerhard Steidl,他於1972年創立的「Steidl」以出版印工精緻的作品集聞名,並成為國際藝術出版界的指標之一,Steidl在訪談中與我們分享他的工作經驗,以及對紙本印刷工藝的觀察見解。本期附帶的別冊《SHOUT》則特別揭載中國藝術家孫彥初的《虛構集》系列,他自古玩市場蒐集中國上世紀七O至八O年代的素人生活照,以塗鴉拼貼重構造相,在影像的虛實映照之間轉動拉扯。

編輯台報告埋著頭寫著寫著,《攝影之聲》正式來到第五個周年,而我們仍在深入影像銀河悠悠無邊的光年裡緩緩推進。謝謝親愛的讀者、參與《攝影之聲》的藝術家、所有撰稿人和工作伙伴。這是一段長途旅行,我們將繼續往下一站前進。

In this volume of VOP, we see how “Nerhol” the creative duo made up of Japanese designer Yoshihisa Tanaka and sculptor Ryuta Iida put together layers of photographs with sculpturing and engraving, changing 2D photography to 3D images with multiple points of view, challenging the time-space limits of photographs. Also, we will also learn about how Dutch artist Anouk Kruithof selected official photographs from the Instagram accounts of 81 American organizations to create a series of photo-sculptures using multiple media, through which she explores the changes and construction processes of contemporary image information. In addition, we will see how Korean artist Osang Gwon with his vast number of photographs of objects taken in detail, combines these images into sculptures of various characters and structures, crossing the visual and thought boundaries of 2D and 3D.

We present a special in this issue’s Artist Showcase on Kenta Cobayashi, a visual artist of the digital media age born in 1992. Through his creative journey using free expression with the digital smudge in Photoshop, he re-formalizes the materiality and mechanism of traditional photography, immersing himself in a state of flux when images were born and highlights the technicalities behind visual creations. His work seems to have an affinity with Fluxus bringing this art movement back into the photographic conversation through his various experiments of intervention, destruction and noise in images. The work also reflects the trend of viewing in this time and age.

In this issue’s columns, Shih-Lun Chang touches on the issue of materiality between the grains of film photography and the resolution of digital photography, illustrating the inspiration that can be brought to the nature of photography by the imperfection of images; Zheng Gu critiques Fountain, the recent photography installation work by Chinese artist Dongdong Cai, which examines the practical language of ready-made art in the centennial anniversary of Dadaism’s emergence and influence. In addition, starting from this issue, we invite renowned Hong Kong photography academic Dr. Edwin K. Lai to pen a new column “Image Hong Kong”. He begins with sharing his journey of curating and participating in photography exhibitions in recent years, and will subsequently go on to bring us through the historical lineage of Hong Kong’s photography and its contemporary landscape, providing us with a new link point with East Asian photography.

This year where we witness “Brexit” also coincides with the 100-year anniversary of the “Easter Rising” of 1916 associated with Ireland’s military revolution in a bid to perform a “Brexit”. Although this bid for independence met with failure, it continued to hold key meaning in history for its eventual result in birthing the Republic of Ireland. This year, commemorative activities were held in both London and Dublin. Chiu-­Hung Liang brings us in-depth reports of the visual displays of historical archival images from the two locations, interpreting the revolutionary iconography involved and the intricate influences exerted by photography politics on the images of victims, their memories and legacies.

The “Q” segment features an interview with long-time publisher Gerhard Steidl who founded the publishing house “Steidl” in 1972, well-known for its high quality publications which marks it out as a landmark of the international artistic publication circle. Steidl shares his work experiences as well as observations and opinions about the craft of the print with us in this interview. Also, in this issue’s supplement SHOUT, we present a special excerpt of Chinese artist Yanchu Sun’s Ficciones, where he presents a series of photographs of the everyday life of ordinary people from antique markets in China between the 70s’ and 80s’, employing the means of drawing and collage to recreate images, playing on the relations between the real and the fictional.

With this editorial we write, VOP enters its fifth anniversary. As we continue our slow but sure journey forward in the universe of photography, we want to thank our dear readers, artists, writers and contributors as well as others who have worked with VOP, onward we move!













































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