10/F, Foo Tak Building, 367 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

日期: 6 (Sat) & 7 (Sun) Jan 2018 | 1100-1900

地址:人人檔案,香港灣仔軒尼詩道365-367號富德樓10樓 (銅鑼灣港鐵站B出口,步行至天樂里)

 

放映會時間: 1100-1900

對談:

藝術與藝術文獻(庫): 6 (Sat) Jan 2018 | 1700-1900

(藝術)駐場的模式: 7 (Sun) Jan 2018 | 1700-1900

 

“在閱覽室坐下,等待被借出的文獻來蒞。那個空間像是被一層厚重的靜謐包圍,稠密的程度比我曾經聽過的聲音也要振耳欲聾。與其說是一種壓迫感,倒不如說,是我腦海內重複幻聽 […]”

 

李繼忠的長期研究與藝術創作企劃–〈Can’t Live Without〉,將在人人檔案新成立的項目場地舉辦放映會和對談。

 

是次計劃源於李氏對韓國和香港的藝術檔案及其社會脈絡的研究,李氏先著手研究聲音在視覺文獻中的呈示,繼而揭示權力結構如何影響檔案實踐和歷史編纂法。相比起國家檔案或歷史檔案,當代藝術檔案的構成、操作系統、收藏方法、管理人員,對像等各範疇都存在極大差異。藝術檔案不只限制在藝術語境下才能彰顯,藝術文獻與藝術作品之間存在著一種複雜關係;因此藝術文獻的產生方法往往透露出一種獨特的歷史觀和社會性。影片分作五個章回,涵蓋了社會運動、語言、神話、地理和檔案學的盤根錯節系統。透過建構一種不連貫的歷史敘述,李氏連繫個人與事件之間的歷史意識。

 

〈Can’t Live Without〉獨立印刷的刊物將會在放映會中發佈。

Date: 6 (Sat) & 7 (Sun) January 2018 | 1100-1900

Address: Archive of the People, 10/F, Foo Tak Building, 367 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong (Exit B of Causeway Bay MTR station, opposite to Tin Lok Lane)

 

Screening session: 1100-1900

 

In Dialogue with guests:

Art and Art archives: 6 (Sat) January 2018 | 1700-1900

Models of (artist) residency: 7 (Sun) January 2018 | 1700-1900

 

“I sat in the archive reading room, waiting for the requested documents. The space was filled with a weighted silence, the intensity is more deafening than any sound that I have ever heard. Rather than saying it’s a sense of oppression, it is more of an auditory hallucination whirling in my head […]”

 

Taking place at the newly established project site of Archive of the People, <Can’t live Without> is an ongoing project that originates from Lee Kai Chung’s research on art archives and their social context in Korea and Hong Kong. The artistic research started with the sonic quality in visual archive, the body of work sheds light on how power structure influences pattern of archival practice and historiography. In comparison with national archives or historical archives, contemporary art archives differ in their constitution, discipline, ways of acquisition, personnel in charge, subjects, etc. Though art archives do not diminish its social context or reduce the discursive space exclusively to a confined realm of art; nevertheless, the oscillating status under artistic and archival context complicates the constitution and representation of art archives. The project is presented in a filmatic sequence of five chapters, which covers a rhizomatic network of social movement, language, mythology, geography and archival discipline. The notion of discontinuity for historic narratives that leads to a greater consciousness of events and individuals.

 

A handmade publication in limited edition will be available at the screening.