展演活動 PROGRAM

二次進場

二次進場 Key Version

12/4(六)18:30-19:30 首映直播場
12/4-12/12(六-日)線上放映

現在兩位新人即將第二次進場,請將目光移到我們幸福長廊的入口處,用各位的掌聲為他們接下來要一起走的路給予最深刻的祝福。新郎新娘除了帶來表演之外,等等也會跟大家來一些小遊戲喔!


作品的發想是源自於一場喜宴,最後要跟新人照相、拿喜糖時,攝影師說3,2,1,新娘燦笑的臉部肌肉在抽動。拍照的空檔,我跟新郎新娘說:沒關係,現在沒有相機,你們可以輕鬆一下。


兩人微笑不語看著我。


這讓我想到表演狀態的On and Off之間,什麼是要做出來讓大家看到的,什麼是自己真實的感受?

如果用兩部攝影機同時間拍攝,一台是芭蕾舞劇的婚禮場景,另一台是演員私底下的狀態?

「兩人永遠幸福快樂地在一起,the End。」真的嗎?

「到底這麼不一樣的我們,要怎麼一起跳好這一首舞呢?」我好奇。


此作品改編自芭蕾舞劇Coppélia第三幕主角Franz和Swanhilda婚禮的雙人舞。此作首演於1870年,編舞者為Arthur Saint-Léon,作曲家為Léo Delibes。在故事中,Swanhilda的勇氣與智慧感動了邪惡的Coppélius博士,並解救了原本將被獻祭的男孩Franz,最後Swanhilda跟Franz幸福快樂地結婚。 


角色 Franz / 鍾長宏 

Swanhilda / 陳亭妤 

改編 / 鍾長宏

拍攝 / 陳冠宇、鍾長宏

宣傳照攝影 / 蘇威嘉



注意事項

※ 參與這場網路派對前,請注意網路連線狀況穩定。想留念的話不用攝影,已經隔了一層螢幕,不用再隔一層看,不過倒是歡迎你截圖這層層疊疊的幸福感。

現在,請你拿起你的手機,舉高祝福新人一定要幸福喔!


長宏與亭妤


鍾長宏

畢業於中國文化大學舞蹈研究所,2016-2018旅外為希臘國家歌劇院芭蕾舞團(GNO)群舞者及美國State Street Ballet 芭蕾舞團獨舞者。


參與作品:
2021-《熊熊歷險記》
2020-《今日芭蕾芭蕾》《動見体-不好意思,可以幫我們拍個照嗎?》
2019-《青春山海線-劉冠詳》、《戰鬥果醬-鍾長宏與好朋友們》、《福爾摩沙芭蕾舞團-關於柴可夫斯基》
2018-《鄭皓-動量的條件》、《夏日舞廳》、《高雄城市芭蕾舞團-19世紀浪漫芭蕾》
2016- 驫舞劇場《速度》亞洲巡演舞者。

陳亭妤

畢業於國立臺灣藝術大學舞蹈學系。


演出經歷:

2021-《熊熊歷險記》

2020-《今日芭蕾芭蕾》

2019- 2020台灣芭蕾舞團演出

2017- 2020美江舞團演出

2018- 找我劇場-張育嘉導演《山桐傳奇》
2015- 臺北藝穗節-玩舞劇場《卡。Cut》


【舞蹈在線上】


當Covid-19疫情肆虐全球,表演藝術也產生了巨幅的變化:聚集、人群、密閉空間被禁止,隔離、不接觸、保持距離成為生活的日常,人與人之間的關係開始被公衛程序重新編寫。當表演藝術不再如過往能夠與觀眾共時、共地的共享呼吸,那麼,表演還能如何回應當下?如何用表演書寫疫情時代的空間與時間?


這次「舞蹈在線上」的系列,想嘗試回應疫情之下的特殊時空,尤其是人們高度仰賴鏡頭、社群媒體、會議軟體做為溝通介面的時刻。這個系列,特邀三組舞蹈工作者針對這些媒材進行創作:鍾長宏在《二次進場》中,以觀看探問觀看,將觀看表演、觀看鏡頭、觀看直播,透過芭蕾舞劇的經典場景相互疊合。王甯透過《Re:練習》,迴返在三級警戒下得以維繫生活的儀式性日常,嘗試重新掌握自己的身體與行動節奏。複象公場則以Gather Town創作《身體是我的構成》,透過2D電玩形式,編碼身體在雲端中的數據與圖像。


這三個作品,不僅是屬於當下的實驗,同時也都在試著提出一種調整與適應的可能:在隔離、遠距、不接觸的前提下,我們要如何重新定義表演、聚集與劇場?


本系列節目包括:

二次進場
Re: 《練習》
身體是我的構成


策劃團隊:吳孟軒


舞評人、舞蹈構作、獨立策展人。畢業於臺北藝術大學舞蹈研究所,現為藝術團體參零柒成員。近年曾任《Blablabla擴散計畫》策展團隊成員、「編舞性策展:將編舞作為策展方法」研究計畫主持人、臺灣當代文化實驗場進駐Creator、北藝大「妖山混血盃跨域創意實驗室」策展人。

近年關注表演藝術策展、藝術家群集(artists collective)、表演性(performativity)等相關研究,在策展實踐上,主要探索如何將表演作為方法,以靈活、趣味並富有詩意的方式,形成藝術家與社會之間的臨時性社群,擴展對於「共」(the commons)的經驗與想像。


The Second Entrance

The idea for this work originated during a wedding banquet. As newlyweds were being photographed handing out candy, there was a countdown, 3, 2, 1. In an instant, the bride's facial muscles moved to form a smile. During a break, I said to the bride and groom, "It's ok. The photographer is not shooting now. You can relax."

They smiled at me without saying a word. 

This reminded me of performers when they are "on" and "off". What is it that they need everyone to see and what are their true feelings? 

"Then, they lived happily ever after. The end." Really?

I became curious as to how we, who are so different, can dance this dance together.

Franz / Chang-Hung Chung

Swanhilda / Ting-Yu Chen 

Rearranged by Chang-Hung Chung

Film Photographer / Kuan-Yu Chen, Chang-Hung Chung


Notes

* Please check your Internet connection before it starts. You do not need to take photos, as the performers and the audience are already separated by a screen.

Now, please hold your phone to toast the newlyweds and wish them a life of happiness together!


CHANG and BI

Chang-Hung Chung studied dance at the Chinese Culture University. Ting-Yu Chen studied dance at the National Taiwan University of Arts.


They have collaborated on the following works:

2021 Bear Adventure, Dance Shoe, Kaohsiung 
2020 Ballet, Horse Theater, New Taipei City


[ Dance Online Series ]


As the Covid-19 pandemic has raged, relationships between people have been rewritten by public health procedures. 

How can the performing arts respond when they no longer share the same space and time as audiences? How can performances be used to describe time and space during a pandemic?

The Dance Online series is an attempt to respond to the unique statuses of time and space during a pandemic. 

At this moment, people are relying heavily on cameras, social media, and online meeting platforms as communication interfaces. In this series, three groups of dancers focus on these media and attempt to address the following question: Through performances, how can we gather and play under the premise of isolation, distance, and no contact?


The Dance Online Series includes the following program:

The Second Entrance
practice, practice, practice

The Body Is Part of My Structure 


Curator: Meng-Hsuan Wu


Meng-Hsuan is a dance critic, dance dramaturge, independent curator, and the member of 307 artists collective. She recently hosted, curated, and participated in those project below:  Blablabla project (performance curatorial project).Choreographic Curating: Choreography as Curatorial Strategy (Research Project). As an Art Worker, How Do We Organize Ourselves? (Research Project). TNUA Genie Lab (interdisciplinary art curatorial project).


Meng-Hsuan's interest in recent years including performing art curating, artists collective, and the research of performativity. In her curatorial practice, she is mainly exploring how to expand the imagination and experience of "the commons" through performing and curating, in a flexible, delightful, and poetic way.