生化—虚实之间-动漫展

2009-12-27 15:00 - 2010-01-10 17:00

生化—虚实之间-动漫展

开幕时间:2009年12月27日下午3点
展出地点:北京今日美术馆,1号馆2、3层
展出日期:2009年12月27日至2010年1月10日

生化—虚实之间---动漫展

动漫美学双年展的成立背景
陆蓉之第一次提出动漫新美学的概念,是在台北当代艺术馆2004年举办的《虚拟的爱》大展。后来她陆续在杭州、北京做了三个不同版本的系列展出,2006年在上海当代艺术馆又策划了第二版本的《虚拟的爱》,然后展览巡回到新加坡美术馆,之后再一次重新组合,于2007年春季到法国两个城市展出《动漫(Animanga)》国际展。2007年10月上海当代艺术馆正式推出首届《动漫美学双年展》,同时陆蓉之在台北策画的《3L4D:动漫美学新世纪》大展,至此就已经是三年以来动漫美学展的第十个版本了,而每一次展览内容都有所变化,像有机的生命体一般,成长的本身就是变化,因为变化,才能持续成长。

2009年的动漫美学双年展,因应两岸交流环境的日趋和协,两岸直飞交通便利,跨海形成两岸四个展馆共同举办的大型国际双年展,不但有利于两岸青少年流行文化的交流,同时,以国际瞩目的“双年展”形式,在国际间展现两岸合作推动动漫美学文化创意产业的实力,并且出版《动漫美学新世纪》的中英文对照的专书,在国际间宣扬以中国为源头的新世纪充满青春活力的动漫美学文化。
 

展览内容
动漫美学的艺术指的并非动画或漫画本身,凡是带有动画、漫画审美情趣的绘画、雕塑、摄影、装置、影片、网络艺术及多媒体、新媒体方面的各种创作,也包括了和产业结合所衍生的产品,种类之丰富,数量之庞大,涵盖到民生用品、衣食住行,几乎无所不包。这新类新艺术在虚拟现实中记录了我们人生的创造力,也存在于电子和数字世界的第四维空间里。本次双年展将推出跨领域从国际间邀请的大型展演合作,推出新世纪一种多元、多层次,超越时空限制的创意展示、演示的手法。展出内容以新世纪的生活美学为范畴,凡表现正面、健康、环保的精神诉求,体现艺术创意使生活更美好的主题,以科技来扩展实现艺术创意的可能性,为本次双年展的主体内容。

 

展出地点及日期
《生化-虚实之间——动漫美学双年展》
北京今日美术馆:2009年12月27日至2010年1月10日

《视觉突击.动漫特攻——动漫美学双年展》
台北当代艺术馆:2009年12月6日至2010年1月31日

《寓意非/现实——2009动漫美学双年展》
上海当代艺术馆:2009年12月12日至2010年1月31日

《目眩神迷——新时代动漫美学展》
广东美术馆:2010年1月21日至2010年2月28日

 

艺术总监:陆蓉之

策展人
北京今日美术馆:柳淳风
上海当代艺术馆:潘晴
台北当代艺术馆:林羽婕
广东美术馆:黄芸、张嘉平
上海展助理策展人:周冰心
 

北京展 参展艺术家
来自近十六个国家的一百四十多位艺术家参加了今日美术馆的展览

天野喜孝(日本),Ame 72(英国),Jutta BOBBE(德国),曲家瑞(加拿大),陈建伟(新加坡),陈飞(中国),陈飞(中国),陈虹竹(中国),陈焕林(中国),陈可(中国),陈宗光(中国),程亚丁(中国),戴超(中国), 戴嘉明 (台湾/中国),邓瑜(中国),Janice DEVALI(荷兰),丁一军(中国),杜溪(中国),方廷瑞&翁邦凤 (台湾/中国),枫翎(中国),傅开来(中国),甫立亚(中国),高孝午(中国),高一磊(中国),高瑀(中国),Mapi GIL(西班牙),Tom Tomer GOLDBERG (以色列), 何杰(中国),贺祖斌 (中国),何采柔 (台湾/中国),洪东禄 (台湾/中国),黄青红(中国),黃瑞芳 (台湾/中国),黄彦(中国),黄引(中国),Patrick HUGHES(英国),惠欣(中国),贾明(中国),江衡(中国),金子(中国),Dieter JUNG(德国),金田胜一 (日本),尤莉-坎薩庫(泰国),北川宏人(日本),近藤聪乃(日本),权奇秀(韩国),賴純純 (台湾/中国),Aldo LANZINI(意大利),李东起(韩国),李惠林 (新西兰),连美(韩国),李超雄(中国),李子勋 (台湾/中国),李果(中国),李晖(中国),李捷(中国),李继开(中国),李曙光(中国),李文政 (台湾/中国),李洋(中国),李真(中国),梁彬彬(中国),廖堉安 (台湾/中国),林俊挺(中国),林国成(中国),林曦(中国),刘冰 (中国), 刘勃麟(中国),刘建华(中国),刘敏(中国),刘韧(中国),刘晓颖(中国),Alice LORD(美国),Nathaniel LORD (美国),鲁婷婷(中国),罗晖(中国),罗振鸿(中国),马君辅(中国),Corinne MARCHETTI(法国),松浦浩之(日本),宫永爱子(日本),森本恵(日本),穆磊(中国),长泽郁美(日本),中川爱子(日本),西泽千晴(日本),OKABAYASHI Mayumi(日本),冈本信治郎(日本),潘凯(中国),Pa-Ya(韩国),彭博(中国),Phunk(Alvin TAN,Melvin CHEE,Jackson TAN,William CHAN / 新加坡),钱纲(中国),邱黯雄(中国),邱节(中国),邱瑞祥(中国),瞿广慈(中国),郭文泰(美国),Porntaweesak RIMSAKUL(泰国),Dominic RUBIO(菲律宾),Kumar Kanti SEN (印度),Netta Leiber SHEFFER(以色列),石大宇 (台湾/中国),石家豪(台湾/中国),施工忠昊 (台湾/中国), Sweedy Van SOUL(法国),孙轶 (中国),陶娜(中国),屠宏涛(中国),Unmask(刘展,匡峻,谭天帏/中国),王迈(中国),王烨(中国),吴定隆(中国),吴争艳(中国),向京(中国),许嘉(中国),徐偉珍 (台湾/中国),肖谷(中国),徐维纳(中国),颜石林(中国),杨波(中国),杨静(中国),杨纳(中国),杨文萍(中国),叶甫纳(中国),叶怡利 (台湾/中国),尹美娟(韩国),袁顺(中国),袁旃 (台湾/中国),岳敏君(中国),张春迎(中国),张慧(中国),张凯(中国),张可欣(中国),张霜(中国),张天晓(中国),张晓东(中国),张晓刚(中国),赵光晖(中国),赵一浅(中国),周瑞萍 (台湾/中国)
 

罗振鸿/翻手为云
罗振鸿/翻手为云/119×86×86cm/树脂着色/2008

枯木与蘑菇

枯木与蘑菇/直径102cm/布面丙烯/2009

Mapi Gil 西班牙

Mapi Gil 西班牙
 

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Enliven- In Between Realities and Fiction - Animamix Biennial 2009-2010
 

Opening: 3PM, December 27, 2009
Venue: 2nd and 3rd floor of building No, 1, Today Art MUSeum, Beijing
Date: December 27, 2009 - January 10, 2010

When Victoria Lu curated “Fiction.Love” in 2004 at MoCA Taipei, she become aware of a new trend in aesthetics, and in 2006, when she curated a new version of Fiction@Love at MoCA Shanghai she coined a term to describe this new trend: Animamix, combining ”animation” and “comics”.

Animamix is defined by these four major characteristics:

§All the various and abundant forms of Animamix in popular culture are centered on the worship of youth and the pursuit of an idealized youthful beauty.

§The bizarre and ever-changing narrative texts in Animamix art imbue the images with a strong narrative character, which themselves form a visual language.

§The colorful lights derived from the electronic media create a totally new and unique visual experience of art with colored lights. .

§Animamix involves the use of great human, material and financial resources interacting and cooperating across different sectors.

The Animamix artists of the 21st century are not just the people who are engaged in creating animation and comics products; rather, Animamix artists are found in all the fields of the creative industry. Unlike the pop artists of the previous century who simply appropriated visual symbols from comics and animation, 21st century Animamix artists are a new generation of Neo-Aesthetics who are already completely submersed in the aesthetics of Animamix. The multifarious styles of Animamix art actually are the very archetype of artistic creation. In other words, Animamix art has become the most important source of inspiration for the global art scene in the 21st century.

Looking back at modern art, which only emerged at the end of the 19th century, it developed at the beginning of the last century entirely in the abstract style. Even in modern literary works, where language forms the main narrative, deconstruction of words frequently occurred—playing around with semantics or abstract deconstructions—which made it difficult for readers to quickly grasp the meaning. In the digitized environment of the 21st century, literary narrative has changed, becoming more diverse and more interesting. More and more information is being transmitted via pictorial language to convey and communicate ideas. The anthropomorphic characters found in cartoons, animation and comics, coupled with the narrative of the story line, together become an exaggerated form of distortions, which will become the new mainstream characterizing visual aesthetics in this century just as abstract art led the way in the aesthetics of the 20th century.

Animamix art does not refer simply to animation or comics alone.? Its derivative products are so abundant in variety and large in number, extending even to items related to people’s livelihoods and to food, clothing, home and transport, that almost nothing is excluded.? The value of the output of the Animamix industry is not just in the artworks themselves, but rather in the totality of the combined or multiplying cultural forces of an era. The production and marketing of Animamix art will become a most important link in the creative industry worldwide. This type of artistic creation is in perfect harmony with popular culture; in this new era, the division between high art and low art no longer exists.

This new type of art records in the virtual world the creative forces of our lives and saves them in the fourth dimension of the electronic and digital worlds.

The inaugural Animamix Biennial was staged at MoCA Shanghai in 2007. This year, the Animamix Biennial is expanding to four venues. It will open at the end of 2009 and continue into 2010, staging at MoCA Taipei, MoCA Shanghai, Today Art Museum in Beijing, and Guangdong Museum of Art in Guangzhou.

Animamix Biennial 2009-2010 is the first major cross-straits international Biennial jointly hosted by four museums. It consists of four different exhibitions with a book, Animamix: The New Aesthetics of the 21st Century , will be published jointly by the four museums.

Venues:

Enliven- In Between Realities and Fiction - Animamix Biennial
Today Art Museum, Beijing
December 27, 2009 - January 10, 2010

Visual Attract & Attack - Animamix Biennial
Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei
December 6, 2009 - January 31, 2010

Metaphors of Un/Real - Animamix Biennial 2009-2010
Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai
December 12, 2009 – January 31, 2010

Dazzled and Enchanted - New Age Animamix
Guangdong Art Museum, Guangzhou
January 21, 2010 - February 28, 2010

Artistic Director: Victoria Lu

Curators
Beijing: LIU Chunfeng
Taipei: Maple LIN Yuchieh
Shanghai: PAN Qing
Assistant Curator of MoCA Shanghai Exhibition: Ivy Zhou
Guangzhou: HUANG Yun, ZHANG Jiaping

Invited Artists of Today Art MUSeum Exhibition:

More than one hundred and forty artists from sixteen countries attend this Exhibition:

AMANO Yoshitaka(Japan),Ame 72(UK),Jutta BOBBE(Germany), Christy CHU(Canada),David CHEN(Singapore),CHEN Fei(China),CHEN Fei(China),CHEN Hongzhu(China),CHEN Huanlin(China),CHEN Ke(China),CHEN Zongguang(China),CHENG Yading (China),DAI Chao(China), Jimmy DAI (Taiwan/China),DENG Yu(China),Janice DEVALI(Netherlands),DING Yihui(China),DU Xi(China),Funky Rap+Wow Bravo(Taiwan/China),FENG Ling(China),FU Kailai(China),FU Liya(China),GAO Xiaowu(China),GAO Yilei(China),GAO Yu(China),Mapi GIL(Spain),Tom Tomer GOLDBERG(Israel),HE Jie(China),HE Zubin(China),Joyce HO (Taiwan/China),HONG Donglu (Taiwan/China),HUANG Qinghong(China),Vincent HUANG (Taiwan/China),HUANG Yan(China),HUANG Yin(China),Patrick HUGHES(UK),HUI Xin(China),JIA Ming(China),JIANG Heng(China),JIN Zi(China),Dieter JUNG(Germany),KANEDA ?Showichi(Japan),Yuree KENSAKU(Thailand),KITAGAWA ?Hiroto(Japan),KONDOH ?Akino(Japan),KWON Kisoo(Korea),Jun T. LAI (Taiwan/China),Aldo LANZINI(Italy),LEE Dongi(Korea),LEE Hye Rim(New Zealand),LEE Yeunmi(Korea),LI Chaoxiong(China),LI Zixun (Taiwan/China),LI Guo(China),LI Hui(China),LI Jie(China),LI Jikai(China),LI Shuguang (China),LI Wenzheng (Taiwan/China),LI Yang(China),LI Zhen(China),LIANG Binbin(China),LIAO Yuan (Taiwan/China),LIN Junting(China),LIN Guocheng(China),LIN Xi(China),LIU Bing(China),LIU Bolin(China),LIU Jianhua (China),LIU Min(China),LIU Ren(China),LIU Xiaoying(China),Alice LORD(US),Nathaniel LORD (US),LU Tingting(China),LUO Hui(China),LUO Zhenghong(China),MA Chunfu(China),Corinne MARCHETTI(France),MATSUURA ?Hiroyuki(Japan),MIYANAGA ?Aiko(Japan),MORIMOTO Megumi(Japan),MU Lei(China),NAGASAWA? Ikumi(Japan),NAKAGAWA? Aiko(Japan),NIISHIZAWA ?Chiharu(Japan),OKABAYASHI ?Mayumi(Japan),OKAMOTO Shinjiro(Japan),PAN Kai(China),Pa-Ya(Korea),PENG Bo(China),Phunk(Alvin TAN,Melvin CHEE,Jackson TAN,William CHAN / Singapore),QIAN Gang(China),QIU Anxiong(China),QIU Jie(China),QIU Ruixiang(China),QU Guangci(China),Craig A. QUINTERO? (US),Porntaweesak RIMSAKUL(Thailand),Dominic RUBIO(Philippine),Kumar Kanti SEN(India),Netta Leiber SHEFFER(Israel),Jeff SHI Dah-Yue (Taiwan/China),Wilson SHIEH (Taiwan/China),SHIGONG Zhonghao (Taiwan/China), Sweedy Van SOUL(France),SUN Yi(China),TAO Na(China),TU Hongtao(China),Unmask(LIU Zhan , KUANG Jun, TAN Tianwei / China),WANG Mai(China),WANG Ye(China),WU Dinglong (China),WU Zhengyan(China), XIANG Jing(China),XU Jia(China),Xunlei Weizhen (Taiwan/China),XIAO Gu(China),XU Weina(China),YAN Shilin(China),YANG Bo(China),YANG Jing (China),YANG Na(China),YANG Wenping(China),YE Funa(China),YE Yili (Taiwan/China),Dorothy M. YOON(Korea),YUAN Shun(China),YUAN ZAI (Taiwan/China),YUE Minjun(China),ZHANG Chunying(China),ZHANG Hui(China),ZHANG Kai(China),ZHANG Kexin(China),ZHANG Shuang(China),ZHANG Tianxiao(China),ZHANG Xiaodong(China),ZHANG Xiaogang(China),ZHAO Guanghui(China),ZHAO Yiqian(China),Rae ZHOU? (Taiwan/China)

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