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水的日誌 - 安德烈亞斯.繆勒 - 波勒影像作品展 Studies on Water: A Video Exhibition of Andreas Müller-Pohle

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*根據政府防疫指示,展覽暫時關閉直至2022年1月20日。

*According to the latest requirement of the government and the situation of COVID-19, the exhibition is temporarily closed until 20 January 2022 (Thursday).

【水的日誌 - 安德烈亞斯.繆勒 - 波勒影像作品展】

【Studies on Water: A Video Exhibition of Andreas Müller-Pohle】

【展覽資訊 Information】

展覽日期 Date:2022.01.05 - 2022.01.30

開放時間 Time:11:00am-1:00pm, 2:00pm-6:00pm

展覽地址 Location:光影作坊|九龍石硤尾白田街30號賽馬會創意藝術中心L2-02

逢星期一閉館 Closed on Mondays

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文:謝明莊(策展人)

水是萬物之源,不僅形成地球水圈而且連結陸洲。文明因而興起,而在最古老的文化中,水是象徵生命的最佳代表(par excellence)。

安德烈亞斯·繆勒-波勒(Andreas Müller-Pohle)過去20年一直探索有關水的主題。他於2005年完成首個重要項目——《多瑙河日誌》,從水的視覺出發,以「半水底、半水面」的形式記錄這條歐洲最重要的河流。五年後他的第二個項目《水光浮城》,運用相同的概念,以分割影像呈現城市的全貌。最終,他在2017年以此風格完成第三部關於考納斯(位於立陶宛的城市)的河流景觀作品。

除了攝影外,聲音、特別是影像,均為藝術家重要的媒介。安德烈亞斯不但在香港創作影像作品,例如:《隨波航行》及《城門河》,他亦熱衷到訪其他國家如:峇里島、菲律賓以至近期的法國來創作一系列水景作品。這些影像作品現以《水的日誌》為題首次於光影作坊展出,與其多年研究的第二大專題《細看流動》相得益彰。

水的流動象徵著全球生命的步伐。兩者關係密不可分,而且建構世界的團結統一。

Floating Poems

Written by Tse Ming Chong (Curator)

Water is the principal element of all living organisms. It forms the hydrosphere of the earth and connects all continents. Civilizations grew up around it; and to most ancient cultures, water was the symbol of life par excellence.

Andreas Müller-Pohle has been dealing with the topic of water for twenty years. His first major project, The Danube River Project from 2005, is a portrait of Europe’s most important river photographed from the perspective of the water, half below, half above the surface. The second project, Hong Kong Waters, was created five years later, following the concept of the divided view to present a comprehensive panorama of the city. Finally, in 2017, he completed a third work in this style, this time about the river landscape of Kaunas, a city in Lithuania.

Besides photography, sound and especially video are the artist's most important media. In addition to several video works created in Hong Kong – including Coasting and Shing Mun River – he devoted himself to a variety of waterscapes in other countries, such as Bali, the Philippines, and most recently France. A selection from these video works is now on view for the first time at Lumenvisum under the title Studies on Water and forms the complement to the second larger thematic complex on which the artist has been working for several years, Studies on Traffic.

The flows of water and traffic represent the pace of global life. They are inseparable from it and form the unity of the world.

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