加拿大蒙特婁美術館 典藏阿里・貝瓦吉裝置作品

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Ari Bayuaji's Installation Work Collected by Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

 〈寂靜|Silence〉, 2014,木頭、壓克力顏料、透明掛線|Wood, acrylic paint, transparent thread, 尺寸依空間調整|Size variable                   (圖片來源:阿里・貝瓦吉網站 Photo Credit: Ari Bayuaji‘s website)

〈寂靜|Silence〉, 2014,木頭、壓克力顏料、透明掛線|Wood, acrylic paint, transparent thread, 尺寸依空間調整|Size variable                 

(圖片來源:阿里・貝瓦吉網站 Photo Credit: Ari Bayuaji‘s website)

在加拿大藝術協會的支持下,蒙特婁美術館近期推動一項新的計劃:《收藏、連結與關係重建》,此項計畫採公開徵件方式徵選文化詮釋相關的當代作品,同時也展出七件委託製作的藝術品於美術館當中,其中,阿里・貝瓦吉接受委託製作的空間裝置以探討文化的融合與多樣性備受認可,並將以獨立個展的方式與聯展同步展出。這七件作品將以蒙特婁美術館的收藏為啟發,致力於詮釋多元的世界文化。這次的展覽將於2018年9月6日開幕,作品將持續展出至2019年夏天“新世界展館”準備就緒之時。

做為七位受邀的藝術家之一,貝瓦吉將在此次個展中展出他的裝置作品《寂靜|Silence》,在這件令人驚艷的裝置作品中,藝術家利用不同顏色的壓克力顏料妝點在1400件的木頭物件上,並將其懸吊在空中。《寂靜》為2014年時,新加波濱海藝術中心所舉辦的國際神聖音樂節委託製作成品。該作於蒙特婁美術館的《收藏、連結與關係重建》藝術計畫中展出後,更將被美術館納為永久典藏。

Supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, Montreal Museum of Fine Art (MMFA) has launched their new project “Collections, Connexions et Reconnexions” as an open call for contemporary creations along with exhibitions presenting seven commissioned works to the public. Among the seven artists commissioned by MMFA, Ari Bayuaji was recognized for being an artistic representative of culture diversity, and will display his commissioned work as a solo show simultaneously held with the event. Seven works brought by these artists will take inspirations from the collections of the MMFA, and be dedicated to the cultures of the world. The exhibition will be opened on September 6, 2018 and will stay in the exhibition space until the 'New World Pavilion' is ready in summer 2019.
 
Being one of the seven, Ari Bayuaji is invited to present his installation work “Silence” in the solo show. The amazing work composed of 1400 pieces of wood, coated inacrylic paint of different colors and suspended from the ceiling, was commissioned firstly by The Esplanade Theatre by The Bay Singapore in 2014 for the International Sacred Music Festival. This installation work has recently been collected by the MMFA, and will be displayed during the “Collections, Connexions et Reconnexions” show with the old artefacts as part of the museum permanent collection.