鄭婷婷於2018年青年策展人計畫《林中的樹倒下而沒有人在》展出

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Ting Ting Cheng participates in the exhibition “A Tree Fell in the Forest, and No One's There” in Emerging Curators Project 2018

圖片由藝術家與何兆南提供|Photo credit to Artist & South Ho

圖片由藝術家與何兆南提供|Photo credit to Artist & South Ho

自2014年以來,青年策展人計畫成為上海當代藝術博物館的年度盛事,其宗旨為探索當代藝術展覽的意義及創造新的策展可能性。香港藝術家鄭婷婷在今年的獲獎展覽之一《林中的樹倒下而沒有人在》展出其作品,主題圍繞日常觀察及對個人回憶的重新想像。由陳子澂、張瀞尹策劃的展覽《林中的樹倒下而沒有人在》,其標題源於古老的哲學難題,試圖探討我們所認知的世界是否僅侷限於人類可用的感官總和,而非物質本體的總體。  展覽中的作品聚焦於藝術家對認知與現實之間的衝突與連結,或質疑現實與虛擬之間的界限,或探索其作為個體或藝術家的經歷。

 

Since its inception in 2014, the Power of Art’s Emerging Curators Project has now grown to be the contemporary art museum’s annual academic undertaking, whose mission is to explore present-day meanings of art exhibition as well as new possibilities of curation. On the display of one of the winning curatorial plans “A Tree Fell in the Forest, and No One’s There,” Hong Kong artist Ting Ting Cheng presented her artworks, which the themes focus on personal observations and memorial reimaginations. Curated by André Chan and Jing CY Chong, the exhibition title originates from an ancient philosophical conundrum – is the observed reality confined to people’s sum of available perceptions but not the totality of the material noumenon? Artists produce their artworks in the process reiterate the way they understand the world. The resulting works thus are the product of the linkage between personal cognition and reality, demonstrating the artists’ system of thinking and expression.