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一花一天堂


體驗裝置 | 即興表演 | 網上座談

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演藝學院舞

 

體驗裝置 | 體驗式舞蹈表演 | 網上座談

 

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演藝學院舞蹈學院

舞蹈與科技創作劇場

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2021年3月6日至13日

 

 

 

 

                                      

                           

背景     

                                       

 

以科學與藝術角度探討靜觀與精神健康

 

 

 

「靜觀」不僅提升心理質素,訓練專注力,更讓人學習從非批判性的方式覺察感受,進一步理解自身思想、情緒與周遭環境的關係。

 

裝置藝術家王志勇經過多年對靜觀與藝術關係的探討,發現兩者之間不少微妙相通之處:每人皆可通過創作或藝術體驗,訓練內省及反思能力;亦可透過藝術,理解自我。

 

王志勇提出了多個問題:藝術創作能否幫助我們認識意識甚至釋放潛意識?藝術體驗又能否幫助我們認識自我?2016年王志勇隻身前往歐洲,與瑞士神經科學家從跨學科角度一同探討靜觀與感官體驗裝置結合的可能性。他同時以獨立藝術策展人的身份,邀請歐洲、美國和香港等地多個藝術團體與學術單位合作策劃展覽,研究有關藝術與精神健康的議題。

 

通過跨學科的理論探討與實踐,以豐富的個人經驗開拓藝術家與科學家合作的空間,亦同時與不同的合作單位倡議跨學科、跨世代、跨文化的議題的對話及發展。

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                 

                           

關於藝術家

                                   

 

 

王志勇,跨學科藝術家及策展人,工作範圍包括體驗式裝置、燈光裝置以及創意教育,強調藝術與科學之間的交流。過去四年 , 王氏積極推進藝術及學術上的交流,與他的合作單位包括:比利時列日劇院、西九文化局、香港藝術中心、蘇黎世聯邦理工大學、蘇黎世藝術大學文化研究院實驗室計劃和香港演藝學院等等。最近,他被美國耶魯大學選為2020年度藝術研究員,負責策劃及探討藝術與精神健康的項目。王志勇視藝術創作為催化劑,致力拓展藝術與科學多元化合作的可能性同時加強學術與藝術實踐之間的對話,促進歐、美、香港的文化交流。

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《一花一天堂》

                                          

 

靈感來自研究靜觀的體驗裝置

 

 

 

《一花一天堂》乃王志勇繼《一沙一世界》之後,同系列感官體驗裝置的第二部,靈感來自靜觀的研究,也是王志勇通過藝術創作反思靜觀的總結。是次體驗裝置糅合了舞台藝術和科技,創作一個 給予觀眾沉思的空間 ;  為他們帶著一個視覺、聽覺及觸覺的體驗。

 

《一沙一世界》於2018年受比利時列日劇場委約創作,並被選為歐洲聯盟委員會的資助項目之一。

 

王志勇今次將「藝術與靜觀」這個議題帶回香港,除了《一花一天堂》這個軸心裝置展覽外,更從中延伸發展不同的教育項目及座談會,跟大眾討論及分享。是次展覽得到香港藝術發展局資助,更成功邀請香港演藝學院合辦工作坊、舞蹈表演及網上座談會,接觸不同層面的觀眾。

 

 

www.wongchiyung.com/heaven

 

 

                                  

                           

《動 • 觀 • 靜》

                                   

 

裝置 x 即興表演

 

 

是次活動是一個體驗裝置, 亦是一個演出。

 

為達至跨媒體創作、跨學科研究以及推廣教育這三大目標,王志勇與香港演藝學院舞蹈學院合作舉辦工作坊,邀請學生以「動」、「觀」、「靜」三個概念為主題,以互動方式與裝置展覽進行一系列舞蹈創作,將這個體驗裝置,換轉一個角度成為他們的舞台。

 

他以靜觀這個議題為橋樑, 回顧及探討表演與藝術裝置互動的可能性。 學生以即興表演創作方法帶領觀眾用不同角度去參與及體驗藝術。認識體驗式藝術可以配合靜觀這個概念,幫助大家重新認識自己的視角、聽覺及觸覺。

 

www.wongchiyung.com/heaven

 

 

 

 

                                 

                           

《探討跨學科與藝術教育》

                                   

 

網上座談

 

 

 

王志勇更與演藝學院舞蹈學院合作,籌備了一個「 探討跨學科與藝術教育」 —— 藝術家分享講座

 

日期 : 10.3.2021 | 時間 : 6-8 PM

Zoom 網上實時進行

 

www.wongchiyung.com/heaven

 
 
 
 
 
 

A‭ ‬HEAVEN‭ ‬IN‭ ‬

A‭ ‬WILD FLOWER‭ ‬

 

Experiential Installation | Improvised Performance  | Online Forum

 

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Dance & Technology Studio,

Hong Kong Academy For Performing Arts

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6-13 March 2021

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BACKGROUND

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Exploring Mindfulness & Mental Wellbeing From An Arts-Sciences Perspective

 

 

 

Mindfulness improves mental quality and trains concentration, allowing us to learn about our feelings through a non-judgemental way. In addition, it helps us to further understand the relationship between our own thoughts, emotions and the surrounding environment.

 

Installation artist Wong Chi-yung explores the relationship between mindfulness and the arts and he believes that there are many intricate similarities between these two. He states that everyone can train introspection and reflection through artistic creation or artistic experience; they can also understand themselves through art.

 

Chi-yung asks multiple questions: Can the creation of art help us to understand our consciousness and our subconsciousness? Can artistic experience help us understand ourselves? In 2016, he went to Europe alone to discuss the possibility of combining calmness and sensory experiences with Swiss neuroscientists from the perspective of an arts-sciences subject.As an independent artist-curator, he invited a number of art organizations and universities in Europe, the United States, and Hong Kong to collaborate in order to develop exhibitions and art-science research related to arts and mental health.

 

Through his cross-disciplinary approach Chi-yung explores both theoretically and practically in this artistic venture that acts as a bridge to open up discourse and collaboration between artists and scientists, aiming at promoting dialogue and development between disciplines, generations, and cultures.

 

 

 

 

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

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Wong Chi-yung is a cross-disciplinary artist and curator. His work includes experiential installations, lighting installations, and creative education, emphasizing the communication between arts and sciences. In the past four years, Chi-yung has actively promoted artistic and academic exchange. His collaborators include: Theatre of Liege, Belgium, West Kowloon Cultural Authority District, Hong Kong Arts Center, ETH Zurich, and the Artists-in-Labs Program at the Institute of Cultural Studies of Zurich University of the Arts, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, etc. Recently, he was selected as one of the Art Fellows 2020 by Yale University in the United States, where he developed arts and mental health projects.

A HEAVEN IN A WILD FLOWER

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AN EXPERIENTIAL INSTALLATION INSPIRED BY MINDFULNESS

 

 

“A Heaven in a Wild Flower” is the second part of Wong Chi-yung’s experiential installation series - “To See A World in a Grain of Sand”. This project is inspired by mindfulness and its related scientific research; a result conveying his artistic research on mindfulness into an artistic creation. This experiential installation combines both theatre arts and technology, creating a contemplative space where the visitors can immerse themselves into a sensory experience with light, music and touch.

 

“To See A World in a Grain of Sand” was commissioned by the Theatre of Liege in Belgium in 2018 and was selected as one of the funding projects of the European Commission.

 

“A Heaven in a Wild Flower” is a core project that serves as a bridge to facilitate new dialogues on the topic of “Arts and Mindfulness”, therefore, educational projects and public events are developed with Chi-yung’s collaborators. This exhibition is funded by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. In order to reach audiences from different sectors, Chi-yung collaborates with the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in organising workshops, dance performances and an online forum.

 

www.wongchiyung.com/heaven

 

 

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OBSERVE

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INSTALLATION X IMPROVISED PERFORMANCE

 

 

 

This project is an experiential Installation as well as a performance.

 

In order to achieve the three goals of cross-media creation, cross-disciplinary research, and promotion of education, Chi-yung and the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts have co-organised a workshop.  Students are invited to explore the relationship of Movement, Observation, and Introspection, and render the exploration result into a series of dance creations that interact with the installation.  The installation thus becomes their stage.

 

Using the topic of contemplation as a bridge, students review and explore the possibility and interaction between performing arts and installation arts. Furthermore, students use their improvisation methods to lead the audience to participate and to experience arts using different perspectives. The project introduces how experiential arts can infuse the concept of mindfulness, inspires us to re-understand our visual, auditory and tactile sensation.

 

www.wongchiyung.com/heaven

 

 

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EXPLORE

CROSS-DISCIPLINARITY & ART EDUCATION‭ 

 

AN ONLINE FORUM

 

An Online forum where Chi-yung WONG will co-host with Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, to talk about their collaboration and experiences in exploring cross-disciplinary practice and art education.

 

Date : 10.3.2021 | Time : 6-8PM

By Zoom

 

www.wongchiyung.com/heaven

 
 
 
 
 

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Production List | 工作人員

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Curator & Producer |  策劃及監製

Wong Chi-Yung |  王志勇

 

Installation Artist |  裝置藝術家

Wong Chi-Yung | 王志勇

 

Performance Director | 演出導演

* Leila McMillan (Senior Lecturer, Contemporary Dance, HKAPA) | 麥麗娜 (香港演藝學院舞蹈學院現代舞高級講師)

 

Technical Manager & System Programmer  | 技術經理及系統程序員

Jose Ho | 何世亨

 

Technical Coordinator | 技術統籌

Brian Ting 丁鈞培

 

Composer | 音樂創作

An Tôn Thất | 尊室安

 

Sound Supervisor |  音響監督

Soloan Cheung | 鍾芳婷

 

Multimedia Motion Graphic Design  | 多媒體動態圖形設計

Chan Yuen-tat |  陳遠達

Wong Chi-Yung |  王志勇

 

Performers | 表演者

Cheung Hiu-sang | 張曉生

Huang Danyang  | 黃丹洋

Lam Pui-sze  | 林佩詩

Lui Cheuk-ying  | 呂焯螢

Lui Hak-man | 呂克文

Mendoza Carlos Christian Ramos

O Hio-san  | 柯曉珊

Tsoi Ka-king  | 蔡嘉勁

Wong Sze-wing  | 黃思詠

Yang Han-ying  | 楊涵穎

Yao Xinyue | 姚欣玥

Zhuang Qiting  | 莊綺婷

Cheng Wai-pan | 程偉彬

Song Lijie | 宋利捷

 

VR Cinematography | VR攝影

Markus Lanxinger

 

Visual Communication Design |  宣傳設計

Built by Nature |  大自然建造

HKAPA | 香港演藝學院

 

 

*The dance project is supported by HKAPA and HKAPA School of Dance.

承蒙香港演藝學院聯合支持及舉辦舞蹈表演項目

 

The exhibition is supported by Hong Kong Arts Development Council.

展覽項目由藝術發展局資助

 

Special Thanks | 特別鳴謝

Professor Anna CY Chan (Dean of Dance, HKAPA) | 陳頌瑛教授 (香港演藝學院舞蹈學院院長)

Wendy Chu (Senior Lecturer, Dance and Technology, HKAPA) | 朱孟青 (香港演藝學院舞蹈及科技高級講師)

Dam Huynh (Head of Contemporary Dance, HKAPA) | 黃煒丹 (香港演藝學院現代舞蹈系主任)

Elissa Rosati (Head of Screen Production and Research Centre, HKAPA) | 羅麗莎 (香港演藝學院電影電視學院影視研究中心主任)

School of Film and Television, HKAPA | 香港演藝學院電影電視學院

 

VR Viewing & 360 Film Production is supported by

SPaRC, Screen Production and Research Centre, School of Film & Television, HKAPA

鳴謝香港演藝學院電影電視學院影視研究中心支持360度全景虛擬拍攝製作及虛擬展覽