Collecting and so on

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Collecting and so on
Ping Lin, Director, Taipei Fine Arts Museum

Since its establishment in 2014, the Children's Art Education Center at the Museum has promoted five educational programs. The goal of the Center's programs is not to present artwork, but rather to emphasize interactive learning experiences with art, to initiate reflection and dialogue between visitors that generate multiple interpretations about artists' works, and as a long term goal, to cultivate art appreciation and the ability to think about art in the public.

The venue for the Collecting and so on educational program is fashioned like a large open drawer filled with the marvelous ideas of contemporary artists. Artists are collectors of things that provide inspiration or become materials used in artwork. Objects are invested with different meanings through art interpretation, which connects the past and present or feelings with memories, and construct imagination or expectations about the future. The perspectives, interpretations, and creativity of artists can be linked with each viewer's experience of everyday life and reveals meanings locked within an object to extend its significance and the meaning of collecting.

The proposition of Collecting and so on is to invite people to exchange views. Collecting is a human activity and a way for children to start understanding the world. “Do you have a collection? What do you collect?” are questions that can be posed to anyone because collecting is an instinctive human behavior and need. Collecting, whether it is deliberate or not, constructs consciousness through memories associated with things or materials, and is a cumulative process of experience and unique self-expression.

This nine-month educational program reaches the public at different levels through many classes and workshops designed by people belonging to different communities and age groups to respectfully motivate and fully meet the expectations and needs of every visitor to the Museum. We hope to stimulate discussions about collecting and encourage visitors with handcrafting, sharing, the presentation of photographed items, and intimate meetings to discuss topics derived from collecting.

source: Taipei Fine Arts Museum."Collecting and so on"

06 - 收集,然後呢?
序文.臺北市立美術館 館長 林平

10 - 集什麼 ─ 從0到�
臺北市立美術館 教育推廣組 林佳慧

18 - 展場簡介

24 - 直觀的物件收集
26 - 加布里爾.卡林伯迪 〈玩具故事〉
32 - 栗田宏一 〈 土壤圖書館/日本〉

38 - 非實物收集的藝術表現
40 - 亞歷山德.列維 〈 聲動台〉
46 - 吳芊頤 〈 印象窗景〉
52 - 康雅筑 〈 履旅縷之介〉
58 - 王雅慧 〈 和光同塵〉

64 - 觀眾參與記錄
66 - 你.我的收集
70 - 讀冊與集成冊
74 - 不分齡工作坊
76 - 創作包包客
78 - 集故事


ISBN: 9789860553246
Publish: 2018-03
Author: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Publisher: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Language: Chinese.English
Cover: Paperback
Pages: 80
Size: 21 x 15 x 0.7 cm
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