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跨入風景—劃地起造的自然 Step in the Scenery: Landscape the Nature


名稱 跨入風景—劃地起造的自然 Step in the Scenery: Landscape the Nature

類型 展覽 類型檢索

時間 2023/02/23 10:00 ~ 2023/09/10 18:00 時間檢索

地點 2館3樓展覽室J、2館3樓展覽室O、2館3樓展覽室P 地點檢索

  •  【總論】





    Scenery is closely related to the natural environment, but this connection will never exist without human involvement.
    Scenery of the natural environment is formed under human involvement. Throughout the history of art, scenery has long been a popular subject from Chinese to Western paintings. Over the recent 100 years—where modern photography was invented and became common—the concept of scenery has been more often put into the spotlight of social interpretation. When a natural scene is intentionally transformed into a field tailored for outdoor activities, native animals and plants will be affected by invasive species as well as artificial landscapes and public facilities built by human beings. Under such circumstances, an artificial landscape reflects the characteristics of society and different social classes, which has converted the original nature–scenery relationship into social, cultural and political interactions.

    As one of the exhibitions introducing the 400-year history of Fort Zeelandia, Step in the Scenery: Landscape the Nature focuses on urban renewal plans implemented when Taiwan was under Japanese rule, as these plans helped form Tainan’s urban landscape and development today. Tainan is nicknamed as “the City of Phoenix” possibly because of two reasons. First, the landform of Tainan looks like a phoenix spreading its wings, forming the so-called “phoenix’s nest” in feng shui. Another saying is that the southern Taiwanese city is full of phoenix trees on streets, creating a strong impression of “southern-style enthusiasm” when flowering. The two sayings demonstrate that people of different time periods in the history tend to use different words to describe the landscape of a city. Based on the human–nature relationship, this exhibition intends to explore how artists interpret landscapes in their creations throughout the course of social changes, revive our memories of Tainan—the former capital of Taiwan—concerning its landscapes over the last hundred years, analyze the “scenery” created through human intervention on nature, and examine the effects of this human–nature interaction.


    Supervisor: Tainan City Government
    Organizer: Tainan Art Museum



  • 【展出藝術家 Artists】(依首字筆畫排列)
    吳燦政 Wu Tsan-cheng
    呂鐵州 Lu Tieh-chou
    李立中 Lee Li-chung
    李欽賢 Li Chin-hsien
    李鳴鵰 Lee Ming-tiao
    李錦繡 Li Jin-xiu
    沈哲哉 Shen Che-tsai
    林峻威 Lin Chun-wei
    林智信 Lin Chih-hsin
    孫培懋 Sun Pei-mao
    席德進 Shiy De-Jinn
    袁廣鳴 Yuan Goang-ming
    張炳堂 Chang Ping-tang
    張湛 Chang Chan
    莊宗勳 Chuang Tsung-hsun
    許武勇 Hsu Wu-yung
    許旆誠 Hsu Pei-cheng
    許淵富 Hsu Yuan-fu
    郭柏川 Kuo Po-chuan
    陳怡如 Chen Yi-ju
    黃連登 Huang Lian-deng
    蔡草如 Tsai Cao-ju
    稻草人現代舞團×周書毅×周延賢×王榆鈞 Scarecrow Contemporary Dance Company × Chou Shu-yi × Bogi Jou × Wang Yu-jun


  • 策展人:徐嘉晨

    Curator: Hsu Chia-chen


    Preliminary Research: Lin Ruei-yang, Hsu Chia-chen


    Coordinator: Hsu Chia-chen, Ko Yi-yun