多重考古学

2008/08/16 17:56 | 分类: Articles | by lizhenhua
这个展览的初衷得意于乌尔善为我介绍的Jack Weatherford先生的当代考古学著作《成吉思汗与今日世界之形成》1开始,后来发展到对汪晖先生的《现代中国思想的兴起》2的兴趣,还有很多在思想/哲学/考古等等方面的著作的帮助,构成了我认知世界的线索与角度。另外我还要提及我的两个朋友,一位是汪建伟先生,一位是邱志杰先生,与他们的交谈与沟通总是能让我获得意想不到的启发。

Multi-Archeology

2008/08/16 17:54 | 分类: Articles | by lizhenhua
Conceiving this exhibition for la Strzzina, pushed me to examine issues related to geopolitics and to the particular identity of China and the Asian countries. These issues include boundaries set by politics, economics and spiritual heritage, and consider the problems related to the transfer of knowledge.  This paper analyzes all this from the perspective of a Chinese contemporary man trying to distance a western or a Japanese point of view.

亚洲?!

2008/08/16 17:18 | 分类: Articles | by lizhenhua
引子
中国经历了从79年的对‘创作自由’的呐喊,80年代对新潮美术的全面热潮和出国热之后,90年代当代艺术在呼唤与世界接轨的同时,开始了实验、观念、新媒体、跨学科等等方式,第45届威尼斯双年展(1993)第10届卡塞尔文献展(1997)等国际展览中国艺术家与国际艺术的平行线逐渐交叉、伴随着大量的艺术家开始回归中国,从观念到方法论的整体革新才开始。

ASIA?!

2008/08/16 17:17 | 分类: Articles | by lizhenhua
Preliminary Thoughts
Having passed through the cry for “creative freedom” of 1979, followed by the 85 New Wave’s broad ferment and hunger for émigré experience in the 1980s, China’s contemporary art in the 90’s, while calling for engagement with the rest of the world, pioneered experimental, conceptual, new-media and multi-disciplinary modes of art. The 45th Venice Biennial (1993) and the 10th Kassell Documenta (1997), along with other international exhibitions, brought the parallel lines of Chinese and international art into gradual convergence. At the same time, the first wave of new émigré artists returned to China, whereupon began a thorough renewal in everything from concepts to methodology.
当代中国艺术的发展从70年代到90年代都是断裂的,绘画形态的变化根据意识形态的不同逐渐衍生了今日的中国当代艺术。
The period between the 1970s and the 1990s was a rather fragmented phase for the development of contemporary Chinese art. Painting went through many changes, in line with the ideological shifts that were occurring during the time, but out of this evolved the Chinese contemporary art we have today.
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