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走在政大校園,你是否曾想過:要是這裡能多些什麼或改變些什麼就好了呢?

每天接觸校園環境,與它漸漸產生情感記憶;於是,校園環境不再是個只有功能性的場域,我們戀愛在藝文中心平臺、人生第一次公演在四維堂、羅馬廣場與好友飲酒高歌、期末考前揹著書蹣跚地沿著風雨走廊走上宿舍,不管是在校生對這些場景歷歷在目,亦或是剛進政大的新生對校園滿懷憧憬、對一切事物都感到新奇,校園承載著我們的悲喜哀樂,與我們的生命產生連結。所以我們關心它、保護它甚至批評它,正是因為我們對它早已有了情感記憶;或許它沒有其他學校大,也沒有華麗雄偉的建築,但是政大這個將陪伴我們度過大學生活的環境,自然在心中有特殊的意義,而我們想看到它變得更好。

政大環境藝術行動之誕生
秉持著這樣的想法,藝文中心從三年前推動粉樂町進駐校園,以藝術品點綴校園環境,校園環境變得更可親可愛,駐足多了點、冷漠少了點,校園更吸引我們停留、觀察並且互動;空閒的時候,甚至我們開始思索粉樂町藝術品與人和環境之間的交互作用,以及藝術品介入校園對校園環境的意義。三年過去了,對校園環境的摸索與嘗試該是時候進化到自主行動的階段了,我們期待有個在政大生根成長的環境藝術行動,它會是主動的、在地的思考和行動。因此,我們開始思索政大的環境特色是什麼?一如第十三屆學生會於今年(2013)五月完成的「政好,需要你」的全校性問卷中,「環境清幽,依山傍水,山明水秀」以及「人文氣息,文青」這幾個答案成為「請試以一個詞組代表國立政治大學」這一開放性問題的學生共識。政大得天獨厚的山水環境一直是我們所自豪的資源,人文氣息濃厚的校園也培養出了一代代的知識青年,如何將這兩者結合,成為政大環境藝術行動的出發點,是我們首先想進行的。

以建築為起點朝更深更廣的環境藝術行動邁進
政大人在山上山下之間活動,處處山水美景俯仰皆是,可惜缺少適合的場地,提供政大人於大自然環抱中擁有交流學術、分享心情、展演青春的場所,於是「環境藝術行動」就在這樣的想像中誕生。為此,藝文中心邀請國際建築藝術家,臺南藝術大學呂理煌副教授/建築繁殖場為短期駐校藝術家,以建築的形式進行校園空間改造,並期待政大人以此為基礎,在未來開展出更深更廣的環境藝術行動。建築繁殖場是一支十五年的團隊,足跡遍佈國內外,曾代表臺灣前進第九屆威尼斯建築雙年展。他們的特色是施工前不預先作設計圖,較著重對環境的感知能力,在工地現場根據對環境紋理的觀察直接施作,呂理煌把這樣的過程形容為「爵士演奏」,就像現場即興演出,不同樂器彼此間能夠和諧地配合,如同建築與環境之間彼此和諧地合奏,發揮出最大的乘數效應。

101學年度下學期期末,或許已經有許多政大人發現綜合院館前的扇形廣場悄悄地展開了空間改造,可惜時間正值期末考又緊接著暑假,建築繁殖場的第一個作品尚未能夠在學期結束前正式和政大人見面。不過,在經過暑假一連串的校園改造後,期望師生透過建築作品認識不一樣的政大,在校園裡展開下一段人生故事,並且醞釀未來的環境藝術行動。(文/建築特攻隊成員 政治五 張文碩)

 
Have you ever thought to yourself when walking on the NCCU campus—“Oh, if they only had this…or if they only changed that then things would be so much better…” ?

Every day that we spend living on this university campus, we form a closer relationship with this space and make more and more fond memories of our time here. Thus, our campus is no longer just a practical, functional place of study, but a place that we have come to love and appreciate. We love walking by the terrace at the art and culture center because for many of us the Si Wei Tang building was the place where we gave our first public speech. We love the Roman Forum on campus because we have many fond memories of having drinks and singing with our friends there. During final exams, we have carried our heavy, book-filled backpacks through the wind and rain until finally arriving at the dorms up the hill. Whether a graduating senior who has lived and walked through this campus for years or a naive young freshman who finds everything about the campus fresh and alluring, this is the space where we live—through times of joy and times of loss, times of excitement and times of disappointment. This campus is our home and our lives are deeply connected it. It is precisely because we love this campus and have fond memories of our time here that we need to care for, protect, and even sometimes admit the flaws of this space. Perhaps our university is not as big as other schools and perhaps we do not have the most fancy or most luxurious buildings, but NCCU has been by our side during these years of our college experience and has a special place in our hearts. It is for these reasons that we wish to make our campus even better than it already is.

The Birth of Art as Environment - A Cuitural Action at NCCU
Having had the idea for some time, the Birth of Art as Environment - A Cuitural Action at NCCU finally succeeded in inviting the Fubon Art Foundation Very Fun Park to establish a presence on campus three years ago. The group began promoting campus beautification by embellishing the university grounds with art and decorations. Thanks to the group’s efforts, the campus environment is warm and welcoming with many spots worth stopping to observe. Our university is now a place that attracts people to enjoy and interact with the numerous pieces of artwork that cover the campus. We often ponder what role the Very Fun Park installations play in facilitating interaction between campus visitors and the campus space as well as the general effect that these works of art have on the campus as a whole. Since our group has been around for three years, we are moving toward the point of being a completely self-organized and regulated organization. We are excited that soon there will be an independent group for the promotion of environmental arts at our university that thinks and acts campus-wide. We recently began thinking—what is special and unique about the NCCU campus? We organized numerous events on campus to recruit students to help us answer this question. In May, we organized the event “Chengchi Needs You” to complete a campus-wide survey on how to best describe our university in one sentence. The student body came to a consensus on two winning phrases: “A secluded environment surrounded by mountains, rivers, and enchanting scenery” as well as “An alternative university, a place for humanities.” The mountains and waters surrounding our campus are an invaluable resource and our commitment to culture and the humanities have cultivated knowledge at Chengchi for generations. After this campus survey, we decided that our next step would be to find a way of combining these two aspects of our university—its beautiful scenery and its commitment to culture.

Architecture as a starting point for campus beautification
Wherever you are on the NCCU campus, beautiful mountain scenery is not far. It is a pity that there is not a space on campus that provides students and employees with the opportunity to exchange ideas, make art, or hold exhibitions that is out in nature or that fully takes advantage of the surrounding scenery. Discussions about constructing such a space are what led to the creation of our plan for campus beautification. The university’s Art & Culture Center has invited architects from around the globe, Tainan University of the Arts professor Li. H Lu, and “Interbreeding Field” architecture team as visiting scholars to carry out this campus beautification project. We hope that members of the NCCU community will use this short- term assistance as a basis to carry out more frequent and widespread projects in the future. “Interbreeding Field” is a group that has been conducting projects at home and abroad for the past fifteen years and represented Taiwan in the ninth bi-annual International Architecture Competition in Venice, Italy. The group is notorious for not sketching their building plans before beginning construction and they are equally recognized for always making structures that interact with their surrounding environments. Professor Li. H Lu likens this process of forging an interactive relationship between structure and environment to “An extended jazz solo.” Just like in musical improvisation where many different instruments combine together to create a beautiful sound, architecture is a living, cooperative conversation between the building and its environment in which the whole, dynamic product is greater than the sum of its parts.

We hope that members of the Chengchi community noticed our organization’s first major project at the end of last year—the Roman Forum. It is a pity that we were not able to officially present Interbreeding Field’s first work before the end of the semester just as everyone was preparing for finals and the summer was finally upon us. However, after the completion of a series of campus beautification projects this summer, we hope that students and professors will continue to experience campus in new ways and make fond memories of this place when they return in the fall. Meanwhile, they should keep their eyes out for future campus beautification projects at NCCU!

   

展覽資訊

10/03(五) - 11/29 (四)

  • 開放時間:(一) - (六)11:00-17:00
  • 展覽地點:藝文中心藝文空間

開幕茶會

10/03(五)12:30-13:30

  • 地點:藝文中心水岸實驗劇場

開幕大師對談

10/03(四) 14:00-15:30

※有興趣參與開幕茶會及講座者,請於9/16(一)起於本校線上報名系統報名

展出內容:
  • 城市絮語、果凍光牆、水岸實驗劇場、星空廣場紀錄
  • 建築繁殖場年表暨作品大事紀
  • 建築繁殖場代表作品呈現
  • 裝置作品
  • 訪談、創作紀錄影片

 

Birth of Art as Environment - A Cuitural Action at NCCU

  • Time: December 12- January 8, Monday- Saturday, 11:00- 17:00
  • Venue: Art Gallery of the Art & Culture Center
Opening Ceremony

  • 12/12 Thu. 12:30-13:30
  • Venue: Waterfront Experimental Theater of the Art & Culture Center

If you are interested in participating in our opening ceremony, lecture and workshop, please register on the NCCU webpage beginning on November 12, 2013.

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