澳門藝術櫥窗 存活 ── 梁慕貞攝影作品
澳門藝術櫥窗 存活 ── 梁慕貞攝影作品
作品欣賞會: 06/03/2014 18:30
展期：7/3/2014 -- 6/4/2014梁慕貞，出生於澳門，於加拿大愛美利加藝術設計大學取得視覺藝術學士學位，現居於加拿大。在作品中，她透過個人經驗和感受，以其作品創作的過程找尋自我的方向，回憶、時間、界域和轉移等都是她試圖表達的概念。近年，她的作品大多反映人們在社會文化的不斷改變和資訊科技的急速步伐發展下的心理狀態。此外，她的作品也是對個人、自然環境與社會關係探求的討論。梁慕貞的作品多次在北美、歐洲及亞洲等地展出，她的合作作品曾代表澳門於第五十三屆意大利威尼斯雙年展中展出。回憶似乎與我們當下的生活沒有多大的關聯性，但它是今天的我與過去生活之唯一聯繫。深刻的回憶好像保存在包裹內的東西，沒有時間和空間的規限，何時何地均可以拿出來看，那一思一得、那瞬間的感覺都是珍藏的。作者以她對一些中國傳統食物在回憶中特有的觸覺、情感和印象去探索和分析回憶對她個人的定義及關係。此外，作者創造了一個想像的個人空間，把食物的本質和形態從日常生活理性的觀念中抽離，以不同的狀態下密封保存並單一地展現出來，比喻物象靜止地存活於其個人的默想境界中，彷彿它在感性的完美狀況下自由地浮游於作者生活裡，潛伏在意識空間之長廊中。此作品以象徵意象去描寫作者對回憶在其心靈內的轉化，對那體會、感知和洞察之呈現。
Macao Arts Window: Keeping Alive - Photography by Bonnie Leong
Bonnie Leong through exploring the tactility, emotional attachment, and personal impression of Chinese traditional food, Leong investigates the relationship between herself and her memories.
Sharing Session: 06/03/2014 18:30
7/3/2014 -- 6/4/2014 Bonnie Leong was born in Macao and now lives and works in Canada. She considers her art process a way to engage in self-searching by revealing her personal experiences and sensations. Notions of memories, time, boundaries, and displacement are the main themes she has been exploring through these years. Recently Leong's art practice has become more reflective of the present and how the rapid change of the cultural and social environment affects individual's psychological state. In her work, she investigates her role in the society and the social conditions she lives in. She has exhibited in North America, Asia and Europe. Her collaborative works represented Macau at the 53th Venice Biennale in Italy.Memories do not seem to be related to our everyday life. But it is the only connection between our present life and our past. A deep memory can be considered as something that was wrapped up in a parcel. At anytime we can unpack and review it without the limitation of space and time. The sensibility of momentary thinking or feeling is precious.
Through exploring the tactility, emotional attachment, and personal impression of Chinese traditional food, Leong investigates the relationship between herself and her memories. She has taken the food out of our everyday context, preserved them in a unique way, and presented them in an imaginative condition. These images of food symbolize Leong’s memories that have been stored and kept alive in her subconscious mind.
This artwork represents how memories can be transformed through artist’s experience, sensation, and insight.