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計畫參與成員:建成國中八年級全體學生

駐校藝術家:葉育君

指導老師:陳仰德、姜育璿、張巧明

台灣唯一館校共構的台北當代藝術館和建成國中,七年前始創「藝術家駐校教學計劃」,在雙方的長期配合和良好默契之下,除了館校合作計畫上下擴大到國小和高中階段,這個藝教專案的課程內容也一年比一年更加豐富,近四年來,並從教室內的師生演練延伸為公開展示與分享的熱門活動。

As Taiwan’s only museum and school of shared location, MOCA Taipei and Jan Cheng Junior High School began collaborating for the “Artist in School Residence Program” seven years ago.  Throughout the years, extensive collaborations have been conducted with the achievement of great mutual consensus; therefore, the project has expanded to include elementary and senior high schools, with its artistic educational contents improving year after year.  Since four years ago, the project has also extended from in-class activities involving teachers and students to public exhibitions and showcases.    

 

2013年,當代藝術館邀請藝術家葉育君參與此項計畫,她和建成國中的美術老師姜育璿及表演藝術教師張巧明等,共同研發創意課程,並帶領286位國二的同學以八周的時間,完成了跨領域的藝術學習和集體創作。本期課程內容以行為藝術的概念為發展主軸,藝術家葉育君將其近年於公共空間的行為藝術及駐村創作經驗導入課程,激勵同學大膽地融合肢體開發、制服改造、紙箱彩繪、快閃表演以及校園環境等元素和意象,從中創造出一系列形式豐富、內容有趣的作品。

In 2013, MOCA Taipei invited artist Ye Yu-jun to participate in the program, and together with Jan Cheng Junior High School’s art teacher Jiang Yu-hsuan and performance art teacher Chang Chiao-ming, they collaborated in coming up with creative courses based on performance art concepts, which were taught to the 286 8th grade students of the school.  Ye Yu-jun incorporated into the curriculum her recent experiences with performance art in public spaces and also other creative experiences she acquired from art residence programs.  The courses encouraged the students to freely express with their bodies and also incited their creativities with activities such as uniform makeover, cardboard box painting, flash mob action, and also activities that included the campus setting.  The series of creative activities have garnered a collection of diverse and interesting works.

 

本次課程大致分為四個單元:

一、 「制服變裝秀」以建成國中正規的制服為基底,混搭學生從家中帶來的汰舊衣物,透過學生的創意巧思和分組的集體創作,激發同學之間的互動和團隊合作的精神。此次創作教學,讓同學在現實之外自我設想另一種身份,並揮灑創意將這個身分/人物充分呈現。而作品完成後進行的課堂走秀活動,則鼓勵學生將個人創意從靜態的物件和圖像延伸為動態的才藝表演。

The curriculum was divided into the following four categories: 

1. “Uniform Makeover”: With the conventional uniform of the school as a foundation, students upcycled and mix-and-matched their used clothing from home to collectively come up with creative pieces.  The objective is to inspire the students to interact and work as a team.  The course also guided the students to imagine the possibilities of taking on different identities and to express freely as these identities/characters.  A fashion show was held in class after the completion of the pieces, and from which, the students were inspired to transform their works of still objects and images into a moving live performance.     

 

二、「紙箱隱形超人」以兩人為一組共同合作,利用平凡的紙箱進行彩繪、丈量、切割、剪貼、組裝等步驟,製作出別具個人風格的紙箱面具。希望讓同學思考自己內心世界的角色,並在表演的過程中,藉由紙箱隱形超人的面具裝扮,讓同學更勇敢地呈現另一個面貌的自己。

2. “Invisible Cardboard Box Superhero”: The course divided the students into teams of two, as the teams worked together in transforming ordinary cardboard boxes by painting, measuring, cutting, collaging, and reconstructing them to create unique cardboard box masks.  The objective of the course is to guide the students to think about the characters they envision inside, and by wearing the masks and playing the role of the Invisible Cardboard Box Superhero in the performance, they students are encouraged to freely express themselves in different ways.

 

三、「建成健康乖乖操」

本次駐校教學,葉育君延續過去在寶藏巌藝術村駐村期間,讓當地居民驚豔的「寶藏巖健康旺旺操」,而發展出新版的「建成健康乖乖操」-除了結合原有的養生氣功、瑜伽元素之外,另外加入了學生平日在校園內的例行性動作,如擦玻璃、撿垃圾、照鏡子、護眼運動…等。「建成健康乖乖操」結合應用了前兩個教學單元完成的服裝造型---學生將改造後的制服和紙箱穿戴在身上頭上,並於校慶當天進行快閃演出活動,為今年的校慶帶來了令人驚喜和朝氣活力的氣氛。

3. “Jan Cheng Goody-Goody Exercise”

Extending from her previous “Treasure Hill Won-Won Exercise” created during her time at the Treasure Hill Artist Village residency, Ye Yu-Jun has come up with a new fitness exercise for this Artist in School Residence Program.  The “Jan Cheng Goody-Goody Exercise” includes some elements from the previous version, such as qi gong and yoga; however, some other movements inspired by the students’ daily campus routines are also incorporated, such as wiping the windows, picking up trash, looking into the mirror, and eye-care exercises.  The creative outcomes from the previous two courses were also incorporated into the “Jan Cheng Goody-Goody Exercise”, with the students wearing their recreated uniforms and cardboard masks for a flash mob action held during the school’s anniversary day.  The action created an extra surprising and energetic vibe for the school’s special day.  

 

四、「心靈明信片」讓每一位同學從校園環境中探索自己最喜愛的角落,進而思考自己與學校及社會的關係。藉由剪接、拼貼的蒙太奇手法,將校園風光照片改造成超現實的內心世界,再以這一幅幅的心靈明信片和文字的詩句與標題,重新組構出校園記憶、同儕情感、興趣與夢想的大拼圖。

4. “Goodwill Postcards”: The students were guided on a search for their favorite spots on campus to contemplate about the relationship they have with the school and the society-at-large.  Through collages, they transformed photos of the campus into surreal scenes extracted from the internal realms within each of them.  On these goodwill postcards are words, poems, and phrases the students have written, and are put together to form a large picture comprised of each individual pieces containing the student’s memories of the school, friendships, and their interests and future dreams.

 

這次為期八週的館校合作課程,除了讓參與的同學有不同於以往美術或表演藝術課的全新體驗,教學成果透過建成國中校慶當天的快閃演出,及當代館地下實驗‧創意秀場的公開展覽,成功地讓藝術教育的可能性和當代性做了再一次的演練和呈現。這個幾乎已經常態化的館校合作計畫,藉由與時並進的藝教課程方案,具體實踐了當代館將藝術教育擴展到美術館之外的理念和目標。

The eight-week long museum and school collaboration offered unique art and performance courses to the students, with the achievements from these classes showcased during the flash mob action during Jan Cheng Junior High School’s anniversary celebration and also an open exhibition at MOCA Studio Underground.  The outcomes from the collaboration have once again demonstrated a successful endeavor to integrate contemporary art into educational curriculums.  The museum and school collaboration is now on the path to become a regular project, and with art courses that are up-to-date, the vision and goal for MOCA Taipei to expand art education beyond the walls of the museum are actively being realized.