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NML Residency & Nusantara Archive Project #5: Listening Trough the Cracks of History
(見面會22) 群島資料庫5:聆聽歷史之漏
December 13th, 2017類型: Event

“During my residency in Taipei, I have been looking for archives and references on the connection of Indonesia and Taiwan, both historically and contemporary. This search had brought me to museums and libraries. I’ve been flipping through books about the Dutch and Japan colonial regime in Taiwan while tried to compare it with the colonial time of Indonesia. Though the archives and references on Taiwan-Indonesia connection are not only stored in library and museum. The narrations of the two regions’ relation are embedded, yet also fragmented, in the city landscape and its inhabitants. In this regard, I have developed interest on the Taipei’s New Park (or what’s known now as ‘228 Memorial Park’) because of its historical and political significance which spans through different colonial regimes in Taiwan up until now."

“The park was the location for Taiwan Expo, a colonial exhibition and held by Japan colonial government in 1935, and now it is the place protest for indigenous group to demand their land rights, a cruising area, and site for other forms of congregations which are benefiting from its location in the city center yet open for public usage with certain boundaries. Based on my research, I’m creating an audio guide of the New Park/228 Memorial Park to unravel the layers of narrations upon the public space with three voices of narrators; a student, worker, and visitor. These narrators represent various subjects which I had encountered, in person and through text, during my stay in Taiwan. It is also the overlook that positions in the discourse of citizenship, forms of the public, and historiography. A migrant worker who thinks constantly about home, a foreign student who doesn’t feel like she belong anywhere, an indigenous community member who was forced to travel to see the light of civilization in the city. Their biographies are intersecting in place yet apart in time. Through these narrators and the audio guide on the New Park/228 Memorial Park, I would like to propose a way of imagining worldview from listening to personal narratives of the displaced." (Syafiatudina)

「在台北進駐期間,我總是在尋找印尼與台灣,在歷史或當代關聯的檔案與資料,這樣的找尋帶我走進博物館與圖書館。我總是翻找著關於荷蘭人與日本人在台殖民政權的書籍,同時試著與印尼的殖民時期做比較。雖然,台—印關聯的檔案與資料不只儲藏在圖書館與博物館,這兩地的關係敘述儘管片斷,仍體現在都市景觀與其居民裡。在這種考量下,我發展出對台北新公園(或今所稱之228紀念公園)的興趣,因為它的歷史與政治意義跨越台灣的不同政權,持續至今。

「這公園曾是1935年台灣博覽會時日本殖民政府展示殖民成果的會場,是如今原住民團體要求傳統領域權利的抗議地點,是釣人場所,也是因為地處都市中心而利於各項集結形式、儘管疆界嚴明卻對各界開放的地點。我將以研究為基礎,創造一項新公園/228紀念公園的聲音導覽,並以三個敘述者的聲音剝露在此公共空間上的敘述層次:學生、工人、遊客。這些敘述代表了各種我在台北進駐時接觸的不同主體,包括面對面與文字上的接觸,它也縱覽了公民權論述以及歷史書寫的位置。移工總是思念家鄉,外籍學生不知道自己屬於何方,來自部落的原住民則被迫來此受都市文明的薰陶,他們在此地交會的生命史分屬不同時間。通過這些敘述者與新公園/228紀念公園的聲音導覽,我想提議一種從聆聽異地的個人敘事而想像世界觀的方法。」(Syafiatudina)

*本活動以英文進行,現場將有中文口譯。

 


講者介紹|SPEAKER

Syafiatudina (b. 1988)

Syafiatudina is a writer, curator and member of KUNCI Cultural Studies Center, in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. She’s been involved with the institution since 2009. Up until now, she’s responsible for several key projects in community history and collaborative research projects which had produced exhibition, symposium, and radio programs. She’s been writing about her curatorial practice as well as other artist’s works in art publications and catalogues. Her main interest is on the role of art as part of critical knowledge production which shapes political subject.

Syafiatudina出生於1988年,是位於印尼日惹的Kunci文化研究中心的一位作者、策展人、研究員,她從2009年開始參與機構。截至目前為止,她負責許多個社群歷史的關鍵計劃與生產展覽、研討會與廣播節目的協作研究專案。她持續書寫的主題涵蓋策展實踐,以及其他藝術家在藝術刊物與圖錄上的作品。她的主要興趣是在藝術做為形塑政治主體的批判性知識生產的一部份。

 

《數位荒原》駐站暨群島資料庫計劃(第一年)http://www.facebook.com/NusantaraArchive/

主辦單位:數位荒原(財團法人數位藝術基金會)
協辦單位:在地實驗、打開-當代藝術工作站
觀察團成員:陳湘汶、侯昱寬、賴英泰

(本計劃由「國家文化藝術基金會」贊助;特別感謝陳飛豪、賴依欣與草埕文化藝術工作室))

INFO
主講 Syafiatudina/ 區秀詒 (口譯)
活動時間 2017年 12月 17日 14:00-16:00
地點在地實驗;106台北市建國南路一段160號七樓