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《美國時間Magic Hour》2019李珮瑜個展
展覽時間: 2019.10.12(六)-2019.11.03(日)
藝術家:李珮瑜
組織營運贊助:國藝會
指導贊助:文化部、高雄市政府文化局
展覽地點:新浜碼頭藝術空間A、B展覽室
開幕茶會:2019.10.12(六)15:00
閉幕展演:2019.11.03(日)15:00
展覽簡介/
「美國時間」2018年7月,我在洛杉磯18街藝術村駐村三個月的時間,這期間經歷了與過去很不一樣的感覺刺激,我練習描述所有的「靈光」時刻。一年過去,在我記憶當中的美國,是每一個快門按下的畫面,與回到台灣後每一個感官與感覺,環境中細節的聯覺。

〈約書亞樹〉
我造訪洛杉磯的沙漠區,這一區有一整片大面積的約書亞樹與粉紅色的大石頭,我以熟悉的材質-陶去描繪我看到這些像是字型字母一樣的樹。這個經驗讓我想到我在台南工作的期間,一件藝術家朋友的繪畫掛在辦公室:眼睛一瞥的時候是字,定眼一看是樹。回到台灣後,約書亞樹開啟了我對自然與物的凝視開關,樹幹的生動姿態令人著迷。我在遇到真的約書亞樹之前,先遇到了藝術的約書亞樹。

〈逼逼〉是我的小狗。
在駐村期間,我的鄰居是來自德國的藝術家Stephnie Keitz,她的作品以乳膠來描述膚觸與生命中深刻的感受,在我們的日常互動之中,常常我們走在路上,她會停下腳步來,去觸摸光滑皮膚的樹,凝視在路邊飄動的鷹架帆布。在她離開18街之後,我彷彿延續了她的眼睛,我發現我也開始對著表面質感著迷,美國流浪漢用身體包裹著身體,像是雕塑一般的在路燈下寧靜不動,而這樣的畫面卻讓我想到了親密(之體的接觸)的經驗,凝視當中親密關係的黏膩感:洛杉磯如霧般的黃色空氣、我的寵物小狗的味道、貼近她身體的柔軟感覺,如電影「美國心,玫瑰情」(American Beauty)男主角拍下隨風飄動的塑膠袋:『世界上有太多的美,多到我的心無法承受。』


藝術家/

李珮瑜
1993年出生 高雄人
現就讀高雄師範大學 跨領域藝術研究所,
台南藝術大學 材質創作與設計系畢業。

得獎經歷
請你吃土,高雄獎,優選,2017

展覽經歷
寫生,河南8號,高雄,台灣,2019
無限循環Infinite Cycle,41Ross,舊金山,美國,2018
Tongva,十八街藝術中心,洛杉磯,美國,2018
易地戀,弔詭畫廊,高雄,台灣,2018
變形記,高雄集盒,高雄,台灣,2017
2017高雄獎,高雄市立美術館,高雄,台灣,2017
睿智的史婓爾,Hinbus,檳城,馬來西亞,2016
末日•再生,牛房倉庫,澳門,2016
公共科診間,能盛興工廠,台南,台灣,2016
末日•再生,TAV國際藝術村,台北,2016
環南道,全國巡迴,2016
南趴,台南藝術大學材質創作與設計系第七屆畢業展,2015
無具體規劃,台南,2014

駐村經歷
十八街藝術中心,洛杉磯,美國,2018
能盛興工廠,台南,2016


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Exhibition/
Magic Hour
July 2018. The time that I was having my artist in residency program in 18 Street Arts Center in Los Angeles. I experienced completely new sensory stimuli unlike any other before. I try to depict every moment of “aura”. After one year, the State as I can recall, is the synesthesia. The synesthesia composed by the images shut in LA and all the sensation I experience back in Taiwan.

Joshua Tree
I visited the desert region in LA where Joshua trees and pink boulders dominate. I tried to portray these letters like Joshua trees with clay; the material that I am familiar with. The process reminds me of a certain moment, when I saw the painting in my friend’s studio in Tainan. The painting I recognized as letters when I glimpsed, yet on a second look, the painting was actually trees. Back in Taiwan, Joshua tree somehow triggered me to glaze at nature and objects. The lively posture of Joshua tree truly fascinated me. Before I met the authentic Joshua Tree, I had met the Joshua Tree of art.

Bibi is my little puppy.
I met Stephnie Keitz during my artist in residencey. She is my neghbor in 18 Street. She is an srtist from Germany. She utalizes letax as a decription of perception from skin. In our daily interaction, we usually had a walk on the street. She would stop to touch the silky bark of a tree or stare at the moving canvas on scaffoldings. After she left 18 Street, I found myself intrigued by the texture of the faced. As if I see through her eyes. The image of homeless people wrapping themselves with clothes, standing still like sculptures under the streetlight, this image reminds me of the intimate occurrence when the body reaching out to another. Gazing at the intimacy of indulgence or craving to become a whole is as the hazy yellow air in LA; as the smell of my little puppy and the softness leaning on her body; as the male lead in American Beauty, shooting the flowing plastic bag saying, “It's hard to stay mad when there's so much beauty in the world. “

Artist/
Annie Lee
born in 1993 in kaohsiung, Taiwan
lives in Tainan
graduated from Tainan National University of the Arts

Selected Exhibitions

2018”Tongva”18th street Art Center, Los Angeles,U.S.A
2018”Exchanging Views"Crane Gallery,Kaohsiung,Taiwan
2017”Kaohsiung Award”,Kaohsiung Art Museum ,Kaohsiung,Taiwan
2016 “Wise Sphere” Hin Bus Depot, Penang, Malaysia
2016 “Lost in the Möbius” Ox Warehouse, Macau
2016 “Division of the Commons” Neng Sheng Xing Factory, Tainan, Taiwan
2016 “Lost in the Möbius” Taipei Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan

Residency

N-factory AIR ,Tainan,Taiwan,2016
18thstreet Art Center ,LA,USA,2018