那些在北投的外國人們 Foreigners in Beitou – Performance at Hong-Gah Museum

21, March 2020

IMCCI X 許生翰 Sean Hsu
那些在北投的外國人們,Foreigners in Beitou
Beitou Local Postures Collecting Project

Date: 21st March 2020 (SAT)
Time: 17:00
Venue: Hong-gah Museum (11F, No.166, Da-ye Rd., Beitou Disc., Taipei)

製作/Producer:張懿文 I-Wen Chang
編舞/Choreographer:許生翰及全體演出人員 Sean Hsu and all the performers
表演者/Performer:Claudia Bermudez, Warangtip Singhakarn, Elliott Cheung, Thachaporn Suppuratanapinyo, Mary Carmel Evangelista, Rodrigo Lopez Santos, Melody Wagner, Andrea Sandoval, 林琳, 蔡歆姸
現場音樂演出/Musician: 吳沛奕 Allen Wu

本次 鳳甲美術館 Hong-gah Museum北投在地姿勢採集計畫Beitou Local Postures Collecting Project》一展,與許多北投在地學校合作,其中國立臺北藝術大學文創產業國際藝術碩士學位學程(International MA Program in Cultural & Creative Industries, IMCCI)的國際研究生來自世界各地,身處在語言與文化都大不相同的環境中,他們試圖藉著自己的觀察和理解來認識北投,並透過北藝大參與教育部大學社會責任計畫(USR)和教育部教學實踐研究計畫的支持,在北投進行數次的 #田野踏查,在 #編舞家 的協助下,結合自己原生文化和台灣在地特色的內容,以行為表演的方式,呈現一齣 #外國學生對北投身體議題的聯想

臺灣的歷史刻畫著多元的痕跡,纏繞著不同國族的故事至今,一群進入或即將成為北投居民的外國人,帶著來自異國的文化背景,用他們的身體去形塑對北投的印象,以歷史、日常、詩歌以及風景為題,在闡述北投的過程中,揉合進當代全球情境中不同的批判議題,將多元性再次提煉,從異質的身體中找到我們彼此的共同性。

The International Master of the Arts Program in Cultural and Creative Industries at the Taipei National University of the Arts comprises international students from around the world. Immersed in an environment of different languages and cultures, students attempted to learn about Beitou via their observation and understanding. Supported by Ministry of Education’s USR (University Social Responsibility) project of TNUA, IMCCI hosts a series of field researches for students. With the assistance of a choreographer, they combined their own cultures with contents full of Taiwanese features and present it in the form of performance art.

To the present day, the history of Taiwan is engraved with diverse marks, entangled with the stories of various peoples. A group of foreigners, entering or perhaps soon becoming residents of Beitou, now bring their cultural backgrounds from different nations, and use their bodies to sculpt their impressions of Beitou. Drawing from histories, the quotidian, poetry, and landscapes, their process of explicating Beitou morphs into a discussion of various critical issues in their contemporary global contexts. Their work remakes the concept of ‘diversity’ using bodies of difference, and in so doing, aims to rediscover what we all have in common.

Published by tnuaimcci

The International Master of the Arts Program in Cultural and Creative Industries (IMCCI) is a broadly based graduate program intended for students who want to start their journey in the Cultural and Creative Industries. Cultural and Creative Industries encompass a wide range of areas and opens up new possibilities for students to take their own profession or passion into this diverse field. This program is an intensive, collaborative master's course that combines analysis of the arts and cultural sector at international and local level. Our students are encouraged to merge creativity and entrepreneurship with the business know-how to get creative ideas off the ground by having the opportunity to participate in the creation of exhibitions, festivals, films and other activities related to this area.

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