火梦
Fire Dream
展期:2020年09月18日至2020年11月01日
时间:
周一至周五,10:30 am 至 7:00 pm;周末及节假日,10:30 am 至 8:00 pm
地点:Urbancross Gallery, 淮海中路1848号
票价:免费

Dates:2020.09.18-2020.11.01
Hours:
Mon. through Fri.: 10:30 am to 7:00 pm;Weekends, Holidays: 10:30 am to 8:00 pm
Address:Urbancross Gallery,1848 Middle Huaihai Road 
Free Entry
《火梦》为CAMLab长期线上研究性展览项目,此次带来的影像装置节选“燃烧”与“灰烬”两幕,试图用实验性视听解构再重组的方式,开启在人类主体与物质生态、现代媒介与传统技艺、“有情”与“无情”之间的追问与反思,探索个体与集体、理性思维与感官认知之间的微妙关系。通过物质性与虚拟感不断地交融互换,邀请观众体验一场以火为介,多重维度的音画交响,在无常的循环中感悟万物变迁与幻灭重生。

展览旨在展示从人类中心主义 (anthropocentrism) 到生态中心主义 (ecocentrism) 的视角转换,通过戏剧性的音画编排,将人类感官体系投射到物质媒介中,营造物我两忘的虚实体验,呈现不同物质间的变化过程,进行人与生态相互融合的生命思考。

Fire Dream was first introduced as a permanent online exhibition and now presents the stages of “Fire” and “Ash” to its audience at large. Through transfiguring the visual and auditory senses, the film calls its viewers to reconsider their recognition of the liminal stages between dichotomies that many have become familiar with. The transitional stage within aesthetics, creative techniques, feeling, questioning and philosophical ecology are all welcome to play out within Fire Dream and in the minds of its viewers. Rather than leaving its witnesses with a conclusive impression, the film is intended to celebrate the process of fire and firing and the potential of living through a sensorial orchestra of all entities.

Fire Dream, a multi-channel film installation, queries the presumed primacy of human agency, and alludes to a simultaneous convergence and inversion of anthropocentrism and ecocentrism. This drama thrusts the viewers to live the unfolding content within the film. The viewers will experience first-hand the transformative process an array of natural elements will undergo on-screen, and will embody these protagonists in their metamorphosis.
哈佛中国艺术实验室属哈佛大学文理学院,由哈佛大学洛克菲勒亚洲艺术史终身教授汪悦进 (Eugene Wang) 创立并领衔,是整合尖端学术研究与多媒艺术创意的国际平台,开启中国文化艺术想象时空的跨界实验地,熔铸精神维度文化体验的艺术展示空间。实验室旨在将前沿学术研究成果化为艺术体验呈现,并以艺术实践催化激活学术研究,是集学术与艺术为一体的创意园和孵化器。

Harvard Chinese Art Media Lab (CAMLab), affiliated with Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences, is founded and directed by Harvard University Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Professor of Asian Art Eugene Wang. An international platform and exhibition space, CAMLab is dedicated to bringing together innovative academic research and multimedia design, unveiling the imaginative space of Chinese visual traditions, and creating cultural experiences that impress the spiritual dimension. Central to CAMLab’s mission is the artistic presentation of cutting-edge research, as well as the catalyzing of intellectual inquiries through artistic practices. CAMLab is an incubator focusing on the integration of scholarship and art.