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Jun-Jieh Wang

Taiwan

Grants Awarded

1995 | Film, Video, & Photography | United States

to observe and document contemporary activities in video art in the United States

Events

療癒之泉—格蘭菲迪台灣 藝術家駐村計畫 12 週年

December 23, 2016 - February 12, 2017

2005年,陳慧嶠是台灣第一位受邀格蘭菲迪藝術駐村計劃 (Glenfiddich Artists in Residence) 的藝術家,在蘇格蘭達芙鎮 (Dufftown) 生活與創作,開啟了台灣藝術家與當地深厚的文化交流。從此,台灣的駐村藝術家透過伊通公園的推薦,每年夏天在達芙鎮駐地創作三個月,了解威士忌的傳統製程、當地環境、品牌歷史與價值,並吸取與轉化為藝術作品,每個人都以獨特的方式與策展人安迪‧費爾葛瑞福 (Andy Fairgrieve) 建立起一段特殊的情誼。在格蘭家族第五代傳人彼得‧高登 (Peter Gordon) 的支持下,由蘇格蘭格蘭菲迪酒廠、伊通公園、格蘭父子台灣分公司三方合作,不斷轉型、累積與推展下,台灣成為格蘭菲迪各國AiR計畫中,最完整亦最具代表性的國家。

今年是台灣參與格蘭菲迪藝術駐村計畫的第12年,12不只是時間的概念,同時也是宇宙間木星運動的循環週期,象徵信念與智慧、幸運與成長,12也是威士忌熟成最具代表性的年限。在這個別具意義的階段,格蘭菲迪集結了歷年的駐村藝術家陳慧嶠、吳季璁、姚瑞中、袁廣鳴、王俊傑、陳曉朋、劉文瑄、吳東龍、陳怡潔、何采柔、張暉明,以及方才駐村回國的林昆穎,將於關渡美術館舉辦「療癒之泉—格蘭菲迪台灣藝術家駐村計畫12週年」展。

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Springs Eternal: Glenfiddich Artists in Residence - 12 Years from Taiwan

December 23, 2016 - February 12, 2017

This year marks the twelfth year Taiwan has participated in the Glenfiddich Artists in Residence program. 12 is also the number of years it takes for Jupiter, an astrological symbol for faith and wisdom, good fortune and growth, to complete one orbital cycle. Over the past 12 years the Glenfiddich artist’s village has been home to many Taiwanese artists. These creative talents are now brought together for the first time in an exhibition at Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, titled Springs Eternal: Glenfiddich Artists in Residence - 12 Years from Taiwan.

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The New Vision of Printmaking

July 21, 2017 - September 24, 2017

This exhibition explores some of the current practices by artists working with printmaking who are approaching the form not specifically as printmakers but are in many cases using print as one of a number of forms of expression or in combination with other media. They represent new forms of engagement that is informed by current art practices and the impact of digital media, the relation to drawing and photo based media, as well as in some cases, durational, installation and performative practices. This is represented in the different cultural traditions in Taiwan, London and Madrid where most of the artists gravitate to or are based. It is possible to recognise some of the specific cultural conditions that inform the work from each country and the extent to which traditional forms of printmaking have been embraced or even rejected. The exhibition therefore highlights how these artists apply the concepts of print to their artistic expression. By presenting the prints created from different aspects and in different forms, the viewers will get a grasp of the new vision of printmaking which comes along with the departure from old traditions.

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