鈕扣的記號—雪山 / Sign of the Button: Mt. Xue

 

2021
油彩、畫布
Oil on canvas

《我看見》系列是對受傷土地(原住民傳統領域)的痛心表述,這些被認為美麗的部落風景每逢天災必受土石流侵蝕覆蓋、殘破的實像。而以山為題的作品則是居於山林中的藝術家藉由爬山以感知站在峰頂所觀看的世界,同時也映照自身,捕捉「向外看」與「向內看」兩種視角之間的動態關係。深受泰雅族編織家母親影響的她,藉由鈕扣(符號)代表著語言、族群或個體的歷史,從穿透扣洞中所見的台灣山景,得以探索多樣性的文化。

 

The series I See is a heartfelt expression for the damaged land (traditional indigenous territory). Indigenous villages, generally thought of as beautiful, suffer from landslides and destruction whenever a typhoon or heavy rain hits. Idas’ work, with the mountains as her subject matter, is inspired by her hikes to mountain peaks, from where she can view the whole world. It is also a reflection of her life, capturing the active relationship between looking out and looking in. Highly influenced by the weaving of her Atayal mother, she symbolically uses buttons to express the history of the language, her people, and herself. By seeing the natural landscape of Taiwan through buttonholes, the viewer explores cultural diversity.

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宜德思.盧信

紅葉部落太魯閣族/泰雅族,畢業於台北藝術大學美術學系。2012年獲得Pulima藝術獎首獎,之後便常受邀參加國內外各大美術館展覽。2013年起「跳島創作計畫」踏訪了復活節島、夏威夷、關島、紐西蘭、大溪地及蘭嶼等地。

Idas Losin

Idas Losin, a Truku-Atayal from the Ihownang community, graduated from the School of Fine arts at National Taipei University of the Arts. In 2012, she won the top Pulima Arts Award, after which she has been frequently invited to exhibit at major exhibitions in Taiwan and abroad. In 2013, she started the Island Hopping project, which brought her to Easter Island, Hawaii, Guam, New Zealand, Tahiti, and Orchid Island.

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