一分鐘雕塑 One Minute Sculpture

歐文·沃姆
Erwin Wurm

奧地利/Austria

捷運劍南路站區 Jiannan Road Station
時間 Time |10/5 06:00 PM - 10/6 06:00 AM
地點 Location |捷運劍南路站 MRT Jiannan Rd. Station
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給觀眾的注意事項|鼓勵觀眾拍下其他參與者「演活」《一分鐘雕塑》的瞬間
相關單位|立木畫廊

節目介紹

沃姆喜愛探索在日常生活中尋常事物的種種荒謬之處,深深植根於其《一分鐘雕塑》作品系列中。該系列是沃姆代表奧地利參展第57屆威尼斯雙年展的重點作品。要創作一分鐘雕塑,先要一位參觀者利用一件日常用品,擺出簡單卻怪異的姿勢一分鐘。雕塑作品是否成功,取決於參觀者能否於一分鐘內保持同一姿勢不變,而該雕塑作品只會存在於該一分鐘。儘管該系列名為《一分鐘雕塑》,但一分鐘時限的重要性其實低於參與者在「演活」雕塑之餘,對於時光流逝的覺醒與反應,與及他們本身以藝術品形式出現的難忘體驗。在這方面,此系列令雕塑這種向來用來紀念重要歷史人物的創作媒介變得大眾化。沃姆的作品藉著讓任何人亦可以化身藝術品,挑戰雕塑由來已久的功能。

Program Info

Wurm likes to explore the absurd in common things of our everyday lives, and this proclivity is deeply entrenched in the “Minute Sculpture” series. The series have been highly regarded, and represented Austria in the 57th Venice Biennale. To create a minute sculpture, one spectator must use a common, everyday item to hold a simple but awkward pose for one minute. Whether the sculpture work can be successful solely rests on whether the spectator can maintain that pose for one minute. The sculpture work would only exist during that minute. While the series is titled “Minute Sculpture,” the minute-restriction is actually less important than the participant’s realization of and reaction to the passage of time while performing the sculptural art, as well as the unforgettable experience to have been the artwork itself. In this regard, the series popularized the sculptural art, which has been traditionally reserved for commemorating important historical personages. Wurm’s artwork puts forward the message that anyone can be art, and challenges the preconception that the general public holds toward scultural art.

藝術家介紹

歐文·沃姆

相關連結|https://www.lehmannmaupin.com/artists/erwin-wurm/featured-works

歐文·沃姆以《One Minute Sculpture》在世界享負盛名。這些作品中沃姆提供文字和繪畫式指引給觀眾,表示用於日常物品的動作或姿勢。這些雕塑本質上是短暫的,通過將攝影和表演融入過程,他挑戰媒介傳統特性,以及表演與日常生活、觀眾和參與者之間的界限。

Artist Info

Erwin Wurm

Link|https://www.lehmannmaupin.com/artists/erwin-wurm/featured-works

Erwin Wurm came to prominence with his One Minute Sculptures. In these works, Wurm gives written or drawn instructions to participants that indicate actions or poses to perform with everyday objects such as chairs, buckets, fruit, or knit sweaters. These sculptures are by nature ephemeral, and by incorporating photography and performance into the process, he challenges the formal qualities of the medium as well as the boundaries between performance and daily life and spectator and participant.