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STUDIO TCS:Nomanslanding是一件动态的、表演性的、参与性的艺术作品,围绕着“无人区”的理念来探索创意。在第一次世界大战中,“无人区”代表着敌人之间的区域,一个恐惧的鸿沟,一个僵局。Nomanslanding是对这个空间的重新想象,是对冲突脆弱性的隐喻,也是对战争损失和破坏的哀叹。

STUDIO TCS:Nomanslanding is a kinetic, performative and participatory artwork exploring ideas around the idea of ‘No Mans Land’. In the First World War ‘No Mans Land’ was the place between two enemies, a gap of fear, an impasse. Nomanslanding is a reimagining of this space as metaphor for the vulnerability of conflict and lament for the loss and devastation of war.

 

© Ian Hobbs Media

 

该作品由来自澳大利亚、荷兰、德国和苏格兰的五名艺术家和三名策展人合作完成。《Nomanslanding》于2015年在悉尼达令港首次开放,并于2015年在德国杜伊斯堡和2017年在苏格兰格拉斯哥开放,水和第一次世界大战期间的工业和运输史将这三个地点联系起来,水是无人区概念和设计的物理和隐喻驱动力,也是生死之间的象征性空间。

The work is an international collaboration between five artists and three curators from Australia, the Netherlands, Germany and Scotland. Nomanslanding premiered in Darling Harbour Sydney (2015) and travelled to Duisburg Germany (2015) and Glasgow Scotland (2017).Water and the history of industry and transportation in the first World War link the three sites. Water is the physical and metaphoric driver of the Nomanslanding concept and design. Water becomes the symbolic space between life and death.

 

© Rainer Schlautmann

 

方形焦木框架内漂浮的白色穹顶被一分为二,观众进入后,它慢慢地在“无人区”的水面上聚集起来,在“耳语”的声学空间里,以共同的悲歌将双方团结在一起。

A floating white dome within a square charred timber frame is split in two. After the audience has entered, it slowly draws together across the ‘nomansland’ water to unite the two sides in a shared lament performed within the ‘whispering’ acoustic space.

 

© Ian Hobbs Media
© Ian Hobbs Media
© Rainer Schlautmann

 

 

 

艺术家:Jennifer Turpin(Studio TCS), Nigel Helyer, Robyn Backen(澳大利亚);Andre Dekker, Observatorium (荷兰),Graham Eatough (苏格兰)。
竣工日期:2015年
尺寸:穹顶直径10米,走道长50米,帐篷7×3米
材料:胶合板圆顶,焦木板条外框,橡胶浮囊,木材走道,x-army帐篷,浮筒
地点:悉尼达令港、德国爱森班哈芬杜伊斯堡-鲁赫特、苏格兰电车剧院
客户:悉尼港前滨管理局、Kunste Ruhr、格拉斯哥人寿
策展人:Michael Cohen(澳大利亚),Katja Assman(德国),Lorenzo Mele(苏格兰)。
音乐合作者:Ben Fink(澳大利亚),Cora Schmeiser(德国)
摄影:Ian Hobbs Media & Rainer Schlautmann

Artists: Jennifer Turpin(Studio TCS), Nigel Helyer, Robyn Backen (Australia); Andre Dekker, Observatorium – (Netherlands), Graham Eatough(Scotland).
Date of Completion: 2015
Dimensions: 10m dia dome, two 50 metre long walkways, two 7 x 3 metre tents on 2 floating steel pontoons
Materials: plywood dome, charred timber slatted outer frame, rubber floatation bladders, timber walkways, x-army tents, pontoon.
Locations: Darling Harbour, Sydney, Eisenbahnhafen Duisberg-Ruhrort Germany, Tramway Theatre, Scotland
Commissioning Clients: Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority, Urbane Kunste Ruhr, Glasgow Life
Curators: Michael Cohen (Australia), Katja Assman (Germany) Lorenzo Mele (Scotland).
Musical collaborators: Ben Fink (Australia), Cora Schmeiser (Germany)
Photography: Ian Hobbs Media & Rainer Schlautmann

 

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