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Voices of Photography攝影之聲: 張照堂專號 (附張照堂最新作品小型攝影集靈魂出竅+ 張照堂手繪海報)

Voices of Photography攝影之聲: 張照堂專號 (附張照堂最新作品小型攝影集靈魂出竅+ 張照堂手繪海報)


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Voices of Photography攝影之聲: 張照堂專號 (附張照堂最新作品小型攝影集靈魂出竅+ 張照堂手繪海報) 其它優惠/消息


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生活中的人在找路,影像中的人在找路,札記中的人在找路。大家都在找路。一邊走一邊迷失,一邊找到。—— 張照堂

苦悶的荒謬的蒼白的無聊的火大的歲月的張照堂,仍在路上。

從一九五○年代末開始攝影以來,張照堂以豐沛的創作能量、風格獨具的眼光與文化的典範傳承,在台灣攝影史上留下深深足印。他的作品標示了台灣攝影發展歷程中現代性的重要轉捩,他所主編策劃的著作和展覽,對於台灣攝影質素與精神樣貌有著深遠的啟發與影響。

剛屆從心之年的張照堂,始終沒有放棄擁有好多眼睛的想法,以他一貫酷酷的姿勢,盡其所能地把歲月的謎留在攝影上。而這期專號,是對張照堂的猜謎、對張照堂的致敬。

這份專號在2013年推出後旋即售罄,我們便不斷接到各地讀者對於再版的詢問,也促成了讓它重新現身的決定,希望想要收藏的朋友們不會再錯過了。

在這份專號裡,除了回看張照堂跨時代的經典與近期創作,並收錄由藝評家阮慶岳、顧錚與郭力昕執筆的評介專文,以及張照堂與攝影家蕭永盛、學者王雅倫和本刊主編李威儀的長篇對談 ; 同時並以鉛字版復刻上世紀六○年代張照堂發表的劇本文字,和藝術家黃華成當年寫張照堂的嗆辣短文 ; 更首度完整曝光張照堂的札記本,蒐集他自七○年代起書寫的歲月私語與塗鴉。

 

這次與專號一同問世的,是一份手繪海報以及一本小攝影集——張照堂以手機拍攝的新系列——《靈魂出竅》。這是他用iPhone拍照時,不小心撥到HDR按鈕,使一個移動中的物體以不同曝光連拍多張時所呈現出的意外幻相。張照堂說,早年原始部落族人畏懼攝影,因為他們害怕靈魂會被掠取,如今現代人被手機拍到一體多影,那是靈魂想出走的徵象。

這裡要特別感謝張照堂先生提供他的作品、札記、書本和歲月時光。在與他對話以及閱讀、編輯其手札裡的日常偈語與牢騷叨唸之時,往往著迷於他無有邊際的想像力與黑色幽默。我們知道,即使不用照片,他也有能力讓你在眼前浮出一幕幕與世界若即若離的憧憧幻景……

「你相信雲嗎?」他說,「雲不相信你。」



Everyone is looking for a direction — people in journals, people in images, people in real life. Everyone is constantly seeking a direction, getting lost in their journey in life and then finding a path along the way.

— Chang Chao-Tang

The suppressed-and-pale-and-bored-and-infuriated Chang Chao-Tang is still moving along this path of seeking, being lost and finding new direction again.

Since embarking onto his artistic pursuits in photography in the late 1950s, Chang has greatly contributed and influenced the Taiwanese photography scene with his boundless creativity, unique perspectives and his inheritance of cultural paradigms. His work marks a significant  turning point in the development of Taiwan’s modern photography and the publications and exhibitions that he edited and curated have influenced and inspired Taiwan’s photography scene, both in substance and ideology.

Chang, who just hit his seventies, has never given up on his dream of having many pairs of eyes; he tries to capture the mysteries of time’s passage though his photography in every conceivable way. In this issue, we respond to the questions he poses, and pay tribute to his photography.

This special issue was sold out soon after it went on the shelves in 2013, and we have been receiving enquiries about it being re-printed ever since. We hope that this decision to re-print would put enough in the market for all who wish to own a copy to grab one.

In this special issue, besides looking back at Chang Chao-Tang’s works that have spanned over five decades, VOP has invited critics Roan Ching-Yueh, Gu Zheng and Kuo Li-Hsin to comment on Chang’s work and contributions. We also engaged in an extensive dialogue with photographer Hsiao Yong-Seng, Professor Wang Ya-Lun, VOP editor-in-chief Lee Wei-I and Chang Chao-Tang himself. In addition we have recreated his play scripts and an essay on Chang by artist Huang Hua-Chen published during the 1960s, as well as Chang’s complete set of hand written manuscripts, reflecting his thoughts and feelings in the 1970s.

Together with this classic edition are a hand-drawn poster and a mini-photobook, SOUL OUT– a new series of images taken by Chang Chao-Tang using his mobile phone. It started with him accidentally switching to the HDR mode when using his iPhone to take a picture, which resulted in a moving object being captured in multiple continuous shots under different exposures, unexpectedly producing ghost-like images. The aboriginal people used to fear photography, for they fear that their souls would be captured on film, said Chang. He felt that the multiple images of a person being captured on the same picture using mobile phones nowadays could metaphorically represent the soul wanting to escape the body.

We would like to thank Mr. Chang for providing us with his works, journals, books and time. His boundless imagination and black humor often captivate us through conversations and when we read and sorted out his journals. We truly believe that he has the ability to enchant the audience with images that transcend reality even without using photographs as a medium.

“Do you believe in clouds?” He opined. “ The clouds do not believe in you.”







詳細資料

誠品26碼 /2680892195008
ISBN 13 /4718050979752
ISBN 10 /805097975X
EAN /4718050979752

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