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2022臺南建築三年展 -建築:之間的「距」「離」 Architecture : Di-Stances in-between, 2022 Tainan Architecture Triennial

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名稱 2022臺南建築三年展 -建築:之間的「距」「離」 Architecture : Di-Stances in-between, 2022 Tainan Architecture Triennial

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時間 2022/03/17 10:00 ~ 2022/08/21 18:00 時間檢索

地點 2館1樓展覽室A、2館1樓展覽室B、2館1樓展覽室C、2館1樓展覽室D 地點檢索

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    建築;之間的「距」「離」

    Architecture : Di-Stances in-between

     

    “距”・“離” = ”Di-Stance”

    • Di:有away from , off , out of , not的意思。 因此(di-)更衍生具有through , between , across , by , of的意思
    • Stance : 立場、位置、狀態、姿勢

     

              起初,神創造天地。……事就這樣成了。 神看著一切所造的都甚好。-創世紀1-1, 30b-31a

     

              聖經創世紀第一章全體經文讀起來是相當「建築」的:裡頭有談到光、談到虛空、談到氣、談到水,更談到如何使用這地上的材料來創造出屬於祂的自然系。然後,有萬物棲息於上、有人生活在其中,像極了「建築」。然而,這一切在後來的各種文化、信仰、價值、思想的衍生與滋長之下,被造之物們與原先的狀態漸行漸遠疏離,在各自的領域逕自長成自己傾向的模樣、更在追求生存的日常庸碌中不經意流失與他者的連結與交通。這樣的被動狀態成了彼此間的無形鴻溝,導致阻絕、誤會及斷裂的發生,而創造出所謂的「距離(Distances)」。

     

                這裡的「距離」並非單指兩者在分離狀態下的物理性間距。本展傾向將這個字解構成「Di」-「Stances」,於是便可以針對複數個體間的立場、位置、狀態及姿勢上的各種差異做進一步的延伸閱讀與詮釋。若以「建築」做為主體來做「距・離」的辯證,那麼往內可以朝「室內」、「傢俱」、「器皿」、甚至是到「食物」的地步做聚焦;而往外則能從「單體建築」、「建築群落」、「街廓」、「城市」一路放大到「環境」的尺度做探討。這當中既有各種不同的尺度與規模,就勢必存在著其相應「距離」,更別說這一切都還對應到各種生活其中的人群與運作的社群單元在離・合・聚・散下所反應出這個真實世界的複雜與多元。

     

               正視這些「距離」,是促進彼此了解、改善關係之進程中至關重要的第一步。而這項策展,便是作為拿來確認不同角色與其自身近傍間之『距離』的藝術行動。—那是人們與建築及食物之間的情感距離、可能是家與建築之間的心理距離、也可能是建築遺跡坐落在這座城市裡長達400年的歷史距離、也可能是對於這座城市之未來願景與想像的距離……。目的是將「建築」作更廣義而開放的詮釋,了解建築原來與我們的生活如此靠近、也無與倫比地美麗。

     

                誠如聖經所謂「神造萬物、各按其時成為美好」。那麼,試問我們又該如何重新看見、並意識到萬物彼此之間是可以無比美好的?該如何重新看待這個生活中充滿著複雜與矛盾、美麗與哀愁的世界,找到一起攜手共創美好的可能?身為建築人,我們將以「建築」作為關鍵的策略與行動,同心合意地支持彼此的存在、堅定、勇敢並帶著確信地來邁向有著幸福在等待著我們的未來。

     

    Curation of the 2022 Tainan Architecture Triennial

    Architecture: Di-Stances In-between

     

    Distance = Di-Stance

     Di: Indicates away from, off, out of, not. The prefix (di-) can mean through, between, across, by, of.

    • Stance: Stand, position, state, posture.

    Definition: Standing posture; a rationalized mental attitude

     

    “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth … and it was so. And God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good.”-Genesis 1-1, 30b-31a

     

    Genesis 1 in the Bible is rather "architectural": It talks about light, emptiness, air, and water. It tells how to use resources on the earth to create a natural system that all things and people inhabit. This is very similar to architecture.

     

    However, following the growth of various cultures, beliefs, values, and thoughts, the creatures gradually fell from their original state. They grew into their own inclinations in their respective fields, and connection and communication with others were inadvertently lost in their daily struggle for survival. Such a passive state formed an invisible gap between creatures, which led to rejection, misunderstanding, and rupture, and created distance.

     

    “Distance” here does not simply refer to the physical space between two separate entities. In this exhibition, we intended to deconstruct the word “distance” into "di" and "stance" so that it can be interpreted extensively based on the differences between individuals in terms of their standings, positions, states, and postures. If we use “architecture” as the dialectical subject of “di-stance," then the internal focus could be “indoor,” “furniture,” “utensils,” or even “food,“ while “stand-alone building,” “building cluster,” “street blocks,” “city,” and even the larger “environment” could be the external focus for discussion. With various sizes and scales, there’s bound to be a corresponding “distance” between subjects, not to mention the groups of people and social communities involved in it and how their activities of separation, reunion, gathering, and breaking up reflect the complexity and diversity of the real world.

     

    Facing these distances is a crucial first step in the process of getting to know each other and improving relationships. This curation is an art action to confirm the distances between different characters and their own neighborhood. The distance may be the emotional space between people and architecture and food. It may be the psychological distance between home and structure. It may even be the historical distance of a building that has been in the city for 400 years or the distance between the vision and the imagination of the city. The purpose is to interpret architecture in a broader and more open way, to understand that architecture can get even closer to our lives.

     

    As the Bible says, "He has made everything beautiful in its time." So, how can we see that beauty again and realize that the relationships among all creatures are wonderful? How do we look at this world full of complexity and contradiction, beauty, and sorrow from a different angle and find a way to work together for a better future? As architects, we use "architecture" as the key strategy and action to support our existence with commitment, bravery, and confidence, and move toward a future where happiness awaits.

     

  • 策展團隊:翁廷楷、謝宗哲

    Curatorial Team: Weng Ting-Kai, Sha Sotetsu