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温哥华美术馆驻地艺术家 Jillian Christmas 深思如何化悲伤为喜悦

温哥华美术馆的新任驻地诗人 Jillian Christmas 曾将泪水转化为欢笑。事实上,她表示她生命中最大的欢乐就是来自于深度的悲伤时刻。这也是为什么这位非裔加勒比海加拿大诗人的新驻地研究被命名为「迈向喜悦 (Toward Delight)」的原因。此外,她希望在温哥华美术馆 (Vancouver Art Gallery) 深耕这样的情感。

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温哥华美术馆《白之观念》展览勇于挑战文化消灭的意识形态

卑诗省的主流媒体几乎从不关注白人议题。然而,最新的温哥华美术馆展览《白之观念(Conceptions of White)》可能会改变这一现状。由 John G. Hampton 和 Lillian O’Brien-David 联合策划的《白之观念》展览深入探讨白人身份和族群如何形塑世界。根据 O’Brien-David 的说法,这项展览「提供了详细的文化背景和细腻的见解,帮助大众理解当代白人身份的不同面向」。

Two Taiwanese Indigenous artists, Anchi Lin [Ciwas Tahos] and Vava Isingkaunan, stand on a spiral staircase looking to the bottom left of the frame.

沉重的歌声,不变的血统 — 对身份的反思

家族背景对一个人的影响有多深?到底身份是你的包袱,抑或支撑着你的基础?4月2日,两名台湾原住民艺术家进行了意味深长而庄严的演出,以回应温哥华美术馆名为Guud san glans Robert Davidson: A Line That Bends But Does Not Break的展览。林安琪(Ciwas Tahos)是泰雅族的艺术家,而简志霖(Vava Isingkaunan)则是布农族的表演者。两人透过歌声、传统乐器和语言上演了一场土地确认(land acknowledgement),表达他们获邀到此的荣幸,以及在这段期间多加学习的意愿。

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We would like to acknowledge that we are gathered on the traditional and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. With this acknowledgement, we thank the Indigenous peoples who still live on and care for this land.