• 2009-05-07

    【Artist】Shahzia Sikander - [独立艺人]

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    "The scroll took a year to make...I was looking at many ways of departing from the conventional miniature in the context of what was happening the past couple of years in the miniature painting department at school. I was looking at Chinese scrolls and I was looking at other forms of eastern art which come out of this whole aesthetic, because they still deal with landscape and they still deal with issues of space."
    - Shahzia Sikander

    “我制作这幅卷轴花费了一年的时间。描绘了在绘画学校中所有传统的缩略形象,并且结合了中国的卷轴与其他东方的卷轴描绘形式,他们运用风景画和空间的手法很特比。”

     

    Shahzia Sikander
    "The Scroll"
    1991-1992
    Vegetable color, dry pigment, watercolor, tea on hand-prepared Wasli paper, 13 1/8 x 63 7/8 inches

     

    Shahzia Sikanders work takes apart the conventional methods of addressing traditional miniature paintings and reassembles them to expand their associations, inserting new dialogues often subversive in nature. Using wit, irony and paradox, Sikander’s inventiveness draws upon literary, pop, media and art historical contexts. Her work ranges from intimate watercolors, large scale wall installations and digital animation and video. Sikander studied at both the National College of Arts in Lahore, Pakistan and the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence.

     

    Shahzia Sikander

    有一个运用传统与现代结合作为载体的艺术家。出生于巴基斯坦,在罗德岛艺术学院学习设计。其对于文化之间叫融合,和带有异国风情的艺术形式,使之成为当代最有才花最受关注的年轻艺术家之一。

    这是一段Shahzia SikanderMoMA 执行官和首席策展Glenn Lowry之间的访谈录音。有一个小时长,如果你有耐心,请看完。

    谈论了关于一个艺术家对于其作品的认知。


     

     

    安的笔记

    一个艺术家对于其作品的看法与社会对于其作品的看法往往是现在所有展览所想要深入探讨的问题。这也是一名成功策展人所需要做的,究竟是带来原汁原味的艺术家本人,还是融合了更多的社会因素的展览。在展览的过程当中个,与艺术家本人的交流是最需要关注的话题。艺术家本身的存在就是一种展览,但是也对于其作品形成了一种无形的制约。如果可以跳开艺术家这一载体,不知道会是怎样。

    The original perspectives from the artist and the opinions from society are not always going to the same track. The relationship between these two groups is a needy question. It is also the duty of a successful curator, or a non-conventional curator.

    Whether bringing the artist to a show or not, it mostly depends on the communication between the artist and a social concern. Sometimes artists are show of their own. Sometimes artists restrict the functions of their art.

    I just boldly throw a question here. “What if art does not have artists as its media to convey the messages?”

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