標題: 林澤宇多媒體音樂作品發表會 含輔助文件《曾經的曾今》:原創作品與註釋
Tse-Yu Lin multimedia cpmposition recital with a supporting paper "The Already Now": an original composition with commentary
作者: 林澤宇
Lin, Tse-Yu
董昭民
Tung, Chao-Ming
音樂研究所
關鍵字: 多媒體;意識;潛意識;既視感;拼貼;multimedia;conscious;unconscious;Deja vu;collage
公開日期: 2013
摘要: 《曾經的曾今》為結合現場鋼琴、預置電聲、互動影像與舞蹈的多媒體表演作品,以既視感的解釋作為作品的創作文本,並探討意識與潛意識的作用如何影響人對既視感的解釋。樂曲共分為四段落,為〈意識初探〉、〈未被科學證實的既視感〉、〈科學證實的既視感〉、〈意識再探〉,首段探討意識與潛意識的相互關係,並表達其質感;在第二段以平行世界的觀念,描述存在同一個當下的不同時空所產生的既視感;第三段以拼貼的方式,詮釋大腦訊息因不同步所產生的既視感;最後回頭探討意識與潛意識之於筆者的感想,以期傳達出對自身的理解與省思。作品將以鋼琴與電聲作為外界訊息來源的表達,在節奏、音程、曲式等方面製造出一種期待感,以達到有預示的效果。舞蹈則依據聲音訊息的傳達,由兩位舞者分別表現出兩種意識層面的溝通及衝突。影像的表達為對既視感的總反應,即是各種訊息溝通反應出的主觀體驗,藉由體感偵測以及與程式的聲音互動,達到訊息、意識、觀感三者的聯結。 本論文說明創作動機以及既視感文本的原理,並將音樂、舞蹈與影像的設計依樂曲段落逐一說明。
The Already Now is a multimedia musical composition combining piano, electronics, live video and dance. Base on the concept of Déjà vu, it explores how consciousness and unconsciousness affect the interpretation of people. The piece is divided into four sections: “Preliminary exploration of consciousness”, “not scientifically proven Déjà vu”, “scientifically proven Déjà vu”, “re-exploration of consciousness”. The first section explores the relationship between consciousness, unconsciousness, and its quality. The second section describes the Déjà vu in different time and space occurring in the present. The third section describes the Déjà vu caused by de-synchronization of brain message using collage technique. Finally, in the fourth paragraph, it comes back to explore the consciousness and unconsciousness, but in the author's impressions and stand of point. This piece uses piano and electronics as an external information sources, creating a sense of anticipation in rhythm, pitch and form. The two dancers dance according to sound “messages” of audio performance to exhibit the communication and conflict between conscious and unconscious. The video stands for the reaction of Déjà vu in human mind. By using somatosensory detection and sound interaction program, the piece connects information data, human consciousness and physical perception into multimedia interactive musical composition. This paper describes the composition motive and design of Déjà vu according to the four paragraphs.
URI: http://140.113.39.130/cdrfb3/record/nctu/#GT079946506
http://hdl.handle.net/11536/74772
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