Very Fun Park 2010

Comtemporary Art Exhibition in Taipei's East District

By Fubon Art Foundation

Fubon Art Foundation

Adventure of Earth/Reverence (Bear) /Firebird/Reverence (2010) by Mizutani AtsushiFubon Art Foundation

「仰望的角度,決定了人們觀看的視野與體驗生活的方式」─哥倫布。

2010年是邁入千禧年後的第一個十年,「仰望」是今年的主題,延續去年的「10:10」試著讓想像力運鏡,從每天要微笑面對到仰望無垠穹蒼的自我省思,再次推陳出當代藝術創作者共同發聲的合作意識,粉樂町攤開來是一張集體遊樂的行走地圖,由點而線而面的覆蓋在我們所熟悉的生活場域。

Shell of Light (2010) by Valeria Petrone/ MoriFubon Art Foundation

透過「仰望」我們開始編織與描繪今年粉樂町的輪廓,其實從人類的歷史上探看,在遠古的記載中人們觀看星空所以得知方向座位,發現了宇宙和自我之間的對應,抬頭仰望成為一種崇拜,自然之浩瀚與自我之渺小,在仰望對應間讓我們學習將驕傲放下,膨漲的自我與萬能收斂,懂得感激學習合作,科技讓世界是平的夢想落實,安身的尺寸更確實不一定要與眼界、雄心畫上等號,這也在台灣在國際間多種獎項拔得頭籌的表現得到對照!

Sushi Series-TORO /Sushi Series-Shrimp /Sushi Series-Mebtaiko (2010) by Yi-Chang ChenFubon Art Foundation

另外,仰望也是角度的延伸,透過觀看的位置演繹出對於多元文化的尊重,藝術的創作亦是,粉樂町每年慣性在東區展現,同一個場域空間透過不同時空背景與創作媒材的詮釋,形塑出每一位創作者的內在風景與觀感,也提供了藝術無限可能的舞台,更重要的是潛移默化了人對於各種聲音的尊重。角度的不同代表著觀點的立場也有所差異,事實本身因為角度與角色的位置,讓原本我們認定的事實有了可能的變數,在正向思考的邏輯彈性,在困頓的時後有太多經典的經驗告訴我們,地球是圓的,誰說世界上只有一種答案。

Zebra on fire/Cow milk/Charge/Music any time/ Moose in love/Smiling moon/Let's sing/Let's rest/Let's paint/Let's journey/Yucky feet/3C(Calm Cool Collective/Journey to 台中/DANCE (2010) by Leland LeeFubon Art Foundation

當然,仰望也是一種專注與愛慕,這其中揉搓著對於愛戀的執迷,希臘神話故事描述少女克萊荻亞愛慕大陽神阿波羅,經過九天九夜不眠不休的凝視,雙腳變成了根,玉體變成枝葉,容顏成仰望的花朵,追隨著太陽讓人動容,也成為向日葵令人神往的花語,對應於美好事物能讓生命更有光采與養份的相信,何嘗不是對於藝術所投射的專注與愛慕?在推動藝術生活的當下,就如同向日葵仰望太陽的真誠,是一種近乎信仰的專注,也因此堅實了意志,壯大了圓夢的勇氣,也才有年復一年的展出。

Face to Face (2010) by Hung-Chih PengFubon Art Foundation

「仰望」在狹義的解釋中只是身體的姿態,而廣義則是心靈一次深沉的呼吸及伸展,任由每個人去心領神會,這其間透過與藝術的相遇,提醒、開啟、觸動,讓日常已笨重的形骸卸下,焦躁的腎上腺安穩,推移原本已經局限的尺寸,給創作更自由的刻度與接納,並且以90度的真誠向過往致敬,是多少努力創造高度的勇者刺激了超越的動機,仰望的同時這樣的心情與敬意是同步深刻的,透過粉樂町的展開,也是一次對往昔點滴的致敬儀式,所有參與過的都成為仰望星河上灼灼星點,單一也許微弱,但聚合與共榮讓星芒不滅,這是「粉樂町」2010年最動人的主張。

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密視No.0901/密視No.0902 (2010) by Zhi-Yang HuangFubon Art Foundation

The Essence Of Huang Chih-Yang’s Creative Work Comes From His Exploration Of And Imaginings About Primal Power, Finding Methods And Reasons For Movement In The Microscopic World. Immersing Oneself In One Of His Paintings Is Like Being In A Primitive Jungle, The Scene Enveloped In Vines, Filling Our Line Of Sight, Forming A Tightly Woven Wall. Taking Ink Art As His Base Huang Adds Layers Of Color And His Linear Lines Become Unclear, Obscure And Ambiguous.

Pop up Book 2010 (2010) by Takeshi IshiguroFubon Art Foundation

Pictures Are The First Things We Read. When We Are Little We Always Want Our Bookcases To Be Filled With Picture Books And Most Especially Pop-Up Picture Books. These Are Often Things Children Can’t Put Down, Each Page Turning Into Its Own Paper Sculpture As It Is Turned, Almost As If A Scene From The Story Appears Before Our Very Eyes. The Pictures Jump Out At Us Page After Page And As We Turn The Pages We Are Drawn Into The Different Plots Of The Story.

Coverage 1— Objects‧Memory series (2010) by Fang-Yi ChuFubon Art Foundation

The Lines And Shapes In The Works Of Chu Fang-Yi Come From Placing Agglomerating, Reassembling Or Transferring Objects Used In Daily Life, From Ancient Times To The Present.. These Objects May Come From Memories Of Antiquity, Primitive Plants, Products Of Industrialization Etc. Within These Ambiguous And Unclear Memories And Dreamscapes, Warm Soft Colors Package Image Segments.

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Are you waiting for me?/Who am I?/Fly in the Sky (2010) by Kwon Ki SooFubon Art Foundation

Dongguri Was Created By South Korean Artist Kwon Ki Soo. Made Up Of Simple Black Lines The Character Represents The Existence Of Happiness, Intimacy And Warmth. Dongguri. He Takes Us Into His Own Perfect World, A Stunning Dreamscape Made Up Of Dazzling Vibrant Colors. In The Richly Detailed Flowers And Forests, The Flowers Are Busy Blooming And Appear In All Kinds Of Beautiful Poses.

Air Forest/Little Garden (2010) by Kwon KisooFubon Art Foundation

Dongguri Created By Kwon Kisoo Is Made Up Of Simple Black Lines And Represents The Existence Of Happiness, Closeness And Warmth. Dongguri’s Appearance On The Inflatable Pillars Infuses Different Stories With Joy.

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The Butterfly Effect : Taiwan (2010) by Jayne DyerFubon Art Foundation

As The Beautiful And Graceful Amethyst Butterfly Makes Its Way North To The Eastern District Of Taipei City This Summer, Australian Artist Jayne Dyer Has Brought With Her Over A Thousand Of The Butterflies From The South To Place In This Empty Abandoned Space.

Golden Dress ,Golden Bag, Gloden Shoes, Golden Tie (2010) by Wayne WarrenFubon Art Foundation

After Being Cast With Gold These Are Inlaid As Parts Of Different Sized Dresses, Handbags, High-Heeled Shoes And Ties. These Fragments Are An Elegy To Modern Industry, Only Acceptable After Being Covered In Gold.

New World! (2010) by :phunk studioFubon Art Foundation

Works Produced By :Phunk Studio Tend To Eulogize Childhood Memories And Imagination, Expressing A Desire To Return To Childhood Playgrounds To Breathe In The Sheer Joy Of Riding A Rollercoaster.

visible, invisible/ kaiten mokuba no dead heat visible, invisible/ kaze no uta wo kike visible, invisible/ hituji wo meguru bouken visible,invisible/ kangol biyori visible, invisible/ 1973 nen no pin-ball cross and wish/ the sputnik sweetheart ornament of book/ after dark (2010) by Ryuta IidaFubon Art Foundation

Bookstores Are Like A Forest Of Words, Bursting With Writing, Languages, Semiotics, Messages And Knowledge. Standing In This Forest We Pick Up A Book And Through The Act Of Reading Seek To Satisfy Our Inner Desire For Knowledge As We Explore The Cosmos And The Philosophy Of Life, Developing Our Own Distinctive Character And Cultural-Artistic Tastes In The Process.

Ryuta Iida Uses The Act Of Sculpture, Taking Each Page Of A Book And Carefully Placing Them In A Perfectly Symmetrical Fashion, Creating A Brand New Way To Read.

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Liquid Dreams Acid Bloom and Everlasting Flowers/ Flower Addict (2010) by Ninagawa MikaFubon Art Foundation

The Unlimited Change Of Fragments Explores The Complexity Of Self-Hidden Side. It Is Also Applicable For The Exploration Of The Truth Of External Things And Objects

∞&∞/Humble Gaze I and II (2010) by Wen-Fu YuFubon Art Foundation

This Almost Invisible Work Is More Than Mere Artwork, It Is Also The Brand Strategy Created By The American Image Designing Company, DDG. Creative Design Service Is A Compulsory Learning Path For All High-End Operators.

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Credits: Story

CEO:Maggie Tsai
Director:Vivian Hsiung
Administration:Wen-Ching Shin, Yu-Hsuan Lu, Hsiang-Jung Yeh, Wan-Chen Tsai
Exhibition:Wei-Lun Chen, Wei-Ling Tsao, Boogie Chou
Promotion:Jada Chan, Chyi-Ju Chiu, Ju-Fang Yao
Photography:Shun-Lung Chung
Documentary Production:On-Works
Book Design:Onion Design

Artist:
FriendsWithYou, Kwon Kisoo, Hung-Chih Peng, Valeria Petrone, Mori, Shu-Fen Tseng, Yi-Hsin Wu, Hui-Lin Chuang, Yu-An Liao, Mr. Eyeball, Yu-Cheng Chou, Chien-Jung Lin, Ryuta Iida, Yi-Chang Chen, Owen Chuang and Cloud Lu, Shanti Chang, Yang-En Wang, Ming-Ying Tsai, Tu-Chih Hsiao, Jayne Dyer, :phunk studio, Mu-Chi Hsieh, Tang-Wei Hsu, Wayne Warren, Chih-Jung Lu, Phalanx Creative, Hoho Lin, Meng-Yeh Chou, Mizutani Atsushi, Alice Wang, Takeshi Ishiguro, Zhi-Yang Huang, Ninagawa Mika, Wen-Fu Yu, Leland Lee, Fang-Yi Chu

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