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    Title: 人機複合體的性別與族裔迷思:亞洲藝術家陳欣怡, 森萬里子與李部作品之比較
    Authors: 陳淑娟
    Contributors: 人文學院
    Keywords: 亞洲女性;網路藝術;數位藝術;生化人;科幻;性別研究;他者
    Asian woman;cyber art;digital art;cyborg;science fantasy;gender studies
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-05-19 13:25:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 網路藝術與數位藝術成了九○年代至今的當代藝術現象,有鑑於網路與數位創作藝術之普及,被視為位處科技邊緣的女性藝術家也分享了它帶來的便利,再者,隨著全球化的到來,亞洲國家在科技發展上逐漸佔有世界上重要的地位,因此,不只在台灣,在鄰近的日本與韓國,陸續出現了不少以網路與數位媒體為創作媒介的女性藝術家,這些亞洲女性藝術家在其科幻創作中提出了與亞洲文化中的性別與族裔相關的題材。因此本計劃的研究對象為跨國研究,包括了台灣藝術家林欣怡、日本藝術家森萬里子(Marik Mori),以及韓國藝術家李部(Lee Bul)。首先,三位女性藝術家之作品都具體呈現了重塑亞洲女性形象的企圖,尤其在科幻世界中,亞洲女性幻化成人機複合的綜合體,這些後人類的女性形象以亞裔女性的臉孔與身份出現,顛覆了以往只由白種女性在科幻世界中扮演的慾望對象,轉而成為自我形塑的主體。亞洲女性在科幻的空間中成功地僭越了西方標準下「他者」的面貌,奪取了西方世界單向的創作權與詮釋權。再者,三位藝術家在其作品中的性別觀點與科幻世界中的虛擬、扮裝、甚至嬉戲,都是她們作品中最重要的母題,因此本計劃將以Donna Haraway 以及Jennifer González 提出的有色女性之後人類科幻主義論點為主軸,展開對作品內涵的分析,並分別比較各個研究對象的作品,找出其共同與差異性。

    Cyber and digital arts have become the phenomena of contemporary art since 1990s. The widespread of creating artworks by cyber and digital arts brings the benefit and convenience for female artists who have been placed in the margin of technology.
    Therefore, not only in Taiwan, but also in nearby Japan and Korea, there are many female artists use cyber and digital technology as the media of their artworks which reveal the issues of gender perspectives and ethnicities in Asian cultures. From the observations of above, I continue the study on my PHD dissertation and also my early research on Lucifer Hung, the female science fictionist. I, therefore, extend this project to three Asian female artists who are from three countries. They are Sin-Yi Lin from Taiwan, Marik Mori from Japan and Lee Bul from Korea. First, the study will focus on the representation of Asian women. These three artists objectively present the intention of reconstructing the image of Asian women, especially in the world of science fiction. Asian women can be the mutated cyborgs. These female images of post-human appear by the faces and identities of Asian women which subvert the erotic objects of white women used to be showed in the cyber world and turn them to be the subjects of their own. Asian women successfully arrogate and replace the image of other which was only represented in the discourse of the West and disinherit the dogmatic authorities of creation and explication. Second, the project will highlight the concerns of gender perspectives and the metaphors behind the virtualization, performance and frolic which are the most important motifs in their works.
    Above all, this project will apply the theories from Donna Haraway and Jennifer González who advocate women of color as post- human to analyze the artworks of these artists and compare the similarities and differences in the world of science fantasy they explore.
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