標題: 穿越 ─ 影像、旅途與自我
Crossing - Photography, Journey & Self
作者: 鄭亦倫
Cheng, Yi-Lun
賴雯淑
Lai, Wen-Shu
應用藝術研究所
關鍵字: 攝影;慢速快門;影像日記;單程車票;車窗;Photography;Shutter drag;Photo diary;One-way ticket;Window
公開日期: 2009
摘要: 作品《Crossing╱穿越》以平面攝影為基礎,作者持續在行駛的列車上拍攝車窗外快速移動的風景,藉由景物行進的軌跡與恍惚感,呈現『人生是一種持續移動的狀態』之概念。影像並製成「單程車票」前往未來、未知等人生概念中的目的地,意圖呼應影像本身,並使作品介入觀者的生活。另,將大量影像透過數位相框依拍攝時序輪播,藉以撿拾、回溯創作過程,並與旅途中含有作者倒影的照片並置,暗示作者的存在,為作品提供註解。 本論文為針對作品《Crossing╱穿越》之創作自述,整理作者的成長背景、旅途經驗、研究所學習期間對於創作和人生的種種思緒,以回顧創作過程與影響創作的因素,並說明作品呈現意圖。影像最初的拍攝動機為對創作的追尋與摸索,在拍攝過程中即受到想要拍出『作品』的念頭影響,然而影像內容的機遇性質卻又抵觸能否成為攝影『作品』的質疑;同時,將拍攝交給機遇雖反映作者對自我的不安,卻又恰巧符合人生的行進概念。作品對作者而言,如影像日記般牽扯了拍攝過程所度過的思緒與時光;在作品與創作自述之後,一切仍需持續行進,一如作品意涵。
By applying photography, the work "Crossing", intends to record the moving track of things by continually shooting photos of the passing landscapes through the windows on moving vehicles. The author aims to represent the main concept "Life is a continuous moving progress" through capturing the traces and partial impression of the ever-moving landscapes. These images are also designed as one-way tickets that bring passengers to some future and unknown destinations. The concept is to correspond these photos and make the work as a way to intervene audience’s real life. In addition, the slide show demonstrating the huge amount of photos via a LCD photo frame intends to recollect and retrospect the shooting process. Alongside the digital photo frame, two additional photos of the author’s own reflection during his travels are placed in a way to imply the existence of the author himself. Through interpreting "Crossing", the thesis reviews the author’s background, traveling experience, thoughts of learning and creating works as well as life in the graduate school - all possible factors that may have influenced the work. The motive of taking these photos originates from a desire to explore the nature of art making. The randomness of images, however, is at the same time casting doubts on the possibility of these photos to become a coherent art work. Moreover, the randomness of the shooting design reflects the author's lack of confidence, but on the other hand, this randomness incidentally matches what life is always like. To the author, these photos integrate the thoughts and the process of creating the work in the form of a photo diary. After the work is done and the thesis finished, things will continuously evolve just like what this work tries to reveal to the audience.
URI: http://140.113.39.130/cdrfb3/record/nctu/#GT079642516
http://hdl.handle.net/11536/43149
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