888計畫

八八八計畫:看我←→畫我←→拍我 Project 888: Portraits of Taiwanese by Brenda Zlamany

在現今後攝影、後現代的時期,手繪肖像畫在藝術上所代表的角色與地位是不斷變化的。藉由藝術家一筆一畫繪製肖像的動作,讓藝術家與被繪者之間產生了緊密的連結,這樣的連結在當下這個充滿虛擬實境與高速資訊傳遞的社會中是很難得的,或許也是現代人們所渴望擁有的。對於被繪者的身分是誰,以及整個繪製的過程是如何完成的,這裡頭有很多有趣的部分值得深入探索了解。

「888計畫:看我←→畫我←→拍我」標誌了肖像藝術在這數位科技時代裡的多向性,透過結合繪畫、表演、互動、攝影、概念框架和數位呈現,「888計畫」挑戰了肖像繪畫在藝術性與社會認知上的差異。

 The place of the painted portrait in the postphotography, postmodern age is ever-changing. The act of building an image stroke by stroke creates a connection between the artist and the subject. This connection is unusual (and perhaps longed for) in a time of virtual reality and high-speed, mediated experience. There is much to be explored in the question of who is portrayed and how.

“888: Portraits in Taiwan” addresses the multifaceted nature of portraiture in the digital age. By combining painting, performance, interactivity, photography, a conceptual frame, and a digital presentation, “888” challenges schisms in artistic as well as social understanding.

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