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Termite and The Planter: from Film Archive to the Museum
November 1st, 2016Type: Image
Author: Chou, Yu-ling Editor: Rikey Tenn
Note: The article looks at George Clark’s projects in Taiwan, including his solo exhibition The Planter’s Art at Soulangh Cultural Park, in which he presented “Mountains and Rivers of Home” (2016) - a film that periphrastically touches on layered/fragmental histories of Taiwan, and his talks focusing on the relationship between artists moving images and contemporary art. In the past 5 years, he recorded his trajectory that traveling in between LA, Hong Kong and Taiwan with film diary in order to trace a concealed family history. Here the author responds Clark's project with the alternative experiences of film-watching shaped by the creators and the filmmakers, including the moving images that are re-enacted into the museum as an art archive and art practice.
Peter Kubelka於紐約經典電影資料館 (Anthology Film Archives) 製作的不可見影院 (Invisible Cinema), 1970.
Anand Patwardhan的Prisoners of Conscience在1983年孟買貧民窟放映
Alfred Barr為MOMA繪製的魚雷形狀的理想典藏圖
Tacita Dean為泰德渦輪大廳製作Film, 2012.
Daniël Singelenberg, Temenos, Greece, 1982, 16mm, COL/BW, silent, 12 mins (荷籍導演紀錄1982年Temenos放映狀況, 左為Gregory Markopoulos)