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第一集 Episode I.
Why are we discussing graffiti today?
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主持 Host:
李彥儀 Yen-Yi Lee
語言 Language:
英語 English
來賓 Guest:
Taiwan Street Artist
Candy Bird
Chilean Street Artist
馬卡蓮娜.亞聶絲 Macay
Professor of Graduate Institute of Latin
American Studies, Tamkang University
陳小雀 Lucia Chen

本節目為台北國際藝術村策畫的「臺灣與拉丁美洲街頭藝術交流計畫」之一。本計畫獲文化部臺灣與拉丁美洲交流合作補助支持,與臺灣藝術家Candy Bird、張碩尹;智利藝術家Macay和Alme進行虛擬駐村、線上對談和實體展覽等方式遠端合作,關注於兩地街頭藝術,並由此切入兩地的歷史、文化、政治的發展。對談節目由李彥儀主持,以英語進行,共兩集。

本集以《為什麼我們仍談論塗鴉?》為主題,藉由「塗鴉」、「壁畫」的藝術形式觀察兩地社會集體記憶與民族延續。邀請兩地的藝術家 Candy Bird、Macay 與文化研究背景的陳小雀教授的對話,挖掘這些看似輕鬆寫意的圖像背後的可能反應的當代現實。

This talk is part of the Taiwan and Latin America Exchange Program curated by the Taipei Artist Village and supported by the Minister of Culture Taiwan. The program focuses on the development of street art in Taiwan and Chile, and uses it as an entry point to culture, political perspectives of both virtual/physical areas. Taipei Artist Village invites Taiwanese artists Candy Bird, Ting-Tong Chang, and Chilean artists Macay and Alme to take different challenges of working remotely together on virtual residency, online talks and physical exhibition.

By graffiti, as an art form, the collective memories and the continuation of ethnicities has been carried on and thrived in both Taiwan and Chile. This episode “Why are we discussing graffiti today?” opened up a conversation between Taiwan and Chile artists Candy Bird, Macay, and Dr. Lucia Chen, a professor of Latin American culture, is aiming to reveal the social realities that are hidden behind these seemingly casual and free-spirited graffiti images.

03:40|Candy Bird


When did graffiti culture show up and spread in Taiwan? How did it become the “commodity” of galleries in the contemporary art world?

16:57|馬卡蓮娜.亞聶絲 Macay


How does contemporary graffiti art in Chile reflect the environmental issues? And how does it find alternative ways to survive on the streets during the pandemic ?

29:25| 陳小雀 Lucia Chen


Starting from Mexican mural movement, Lucia Chen talks about collective memory and national continuity of Latin American society, as well as the fact that street art reflects social and political concern.

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