演出簡介 | About the Performance
「今天想吃什麼？」這是個人人每天都會反覆詢問自己的問題。甚至比「我是誰？」這種哲學議題來的更普遍，而且困難度也不亞於任何問題。足見食物不僅是人類共通的語彙，同時也是我們的身體成分與歷史記憶。在當代藝術中也不乏以食物作為藝術方法的作品，例如泰國藝術家里克力．提拉瓦尼(Rirkrit Tiravanija)1992年在紐約當代藝術館的作品《Free》Untitled (Free) 於展覽中烹煮泰式咖喱，並與觀眾一同享用。臺灣藝術家李明維的《晚餐計畫》邀請陌生人與藝術家共進晚餐，分享食物、生命經驗。
"What do you want to eat today?" This is a question that every individual asks themselves again and again every day. It is even more universal than philosophical questions like "Who am I?" and just as challenging. This shows that food is not only a common language among human beings but also constitute parts of our body and our historical memory. In contemporary art, there are numerous works that use food as an artistic medium, such as Thai artist Rirkrit Tiravanija's 1992 work Untitled (Free) at the Museum of Modern Art, (MoMA), where he cooked Thai curry during the exhibition and shared it with the audience. Taiwanese artist LEE Ming-Wei's " The Dining Project" invites strangers to have dinner with the artist, sharing food and life experiences.
In these two performance projects, different foods take center stage. Onion Soup focuses on the life story of artist LI, Wen-Hao who loves cooking and often begins various dishes with chopping an onion. Braised Pork Belly is a theatrical piece about time. By cooking braised pork belly from scratch on stage, the performers and the audience spend time together just to savor this greasy, succulent pork belly.
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李文皓 LI, Wen-Hao
Braised Pork Belly
藝文中心三樓 創意實驗室(為需要脫鞋之場地) | X Lab, 3F of NCCU Art & Culture Center (Please shoes off in X Lab)
李文皓 LI, Wen-Hao
陳群翰 CHEN, Qun-Han
周芯 ZHOU, Xin
顏楷倫 YAN, Kai-Lun
官建蓁 GUAN, Jian-Zhen
藝文中心八樓 813活動室 | Room 813, 8F of NCCU Art & Culture Center
講師 | 李文皓