花陶-生活文化美展
Hua Tao: An Exhibition of the Beauty in Life and Culture

演出
類別

視覺藝術

時間

11月3日(六)-12月2日(日)

描述

華陶窯創建於民國73年(西元1984年),位於苗栗苑裡鎮火炎山西側的半山腰,透過文創規劃為一座生態保育,兼容陶、窯、古詩詞造景於山徑牆角婉約間之民俗建築;同時蘊涵文化、藝術、觀光、生態保育之人文窯場。

華陶窯,「華」為花的古字,顧名思義一處融合花、陶、臺灣民俗建築及風土景觀,從而建構出以展現臺灣之美的「花」、「陶」、「窯」、「空間美學」之本土文化意涵的柴燒窯場。華陶窯從早期生產花器的陶藝工作室開始,迄今已歷三十年,截至目前吸引人到訪的不僅是一座窯或層疊相間的亭臺樓閣的人文園林,而是整個園區內所散發濃厚的島嶼多文化相融的客家在地生活美學。

為推廣陶藝與花藝生活美學,本展覽邀請華陶窯團隊共同策辦主題特展,分享華陶窯三十多年來的文創經驗,呈現臺灣柴燒陶與人文生活美學的風貌。
  展區入口以竹編、花藝等造景呈現窯區人文與自然結合的景致,讓觀者一踏入展場即感受土地、人與環境融合的美感。展場一部分以窯區的七百多種臺灣原生植物圖像製成輸出掛圖做成展區吊屏,讓觀賞者了解創作者的滋養根源;另一區域規劃陶器展,展出陶藝家以泥土為媒材對自然的書寫,以寫意的花器及生活陶創作,呈現出華陶窯的特色。
  歡迎喜愛陶藝與生活美學的市民朋友前往港區藝術中心,認識華陶窯及其三十年來的堅持與對土地的愛。
The Hwataoyao was established in 1984 on the west side of the Huoyanshan Mountain in Yuanli County, Miaoli. Through the cultural creation, the Hwataoyao created a natural reserve where ceramics, kilns, and gardens designed based on ancient poems coexist with traditional buildings located alongside roads snaking around the mountain. The natural reserve is a cultural spot which incorporates culture with art, tourism, and natural preservation.
 
Hwa (華) is the ancient word for flowers. Just as indicated by its name, Hwataoyao is a place integrating flowers (Hwa), ceramics (tao) and Taiwanese traditional buildings (yao), which together form a wood-burning kiln showcasing the artistic spirits of flowers, ceramics, kilns and the aesthetics of space in the local culture.
Starting from producing ceramic flowerpots, the Hwataoyao has attracted visitors to a place that is not just a kiln or a forest of traditional buildings, but a place where the aesthetics of Hakka life created by different cultures on the island merge.
 
In order to promote ceramic art and the aesthetics of floristry in life, the organizers have invited Hwataoyao to co-organize a special exhibition, sharing its thirty-year experience of cultural creation and presenting Humanities and Culture, as well as ceramic works created in wood-burning kilns.
Placed at the entrance are some decorative arts made by bamboo weaving and floral design, which paint a picture of humanities and culture combined with nature, allowing visitors to feel the aesthetics of the combination of land, humans and the environment immediately after they step into the venue. A hanging display with images of over 700 indigenous plants takes up part of the exhibition so visitors can understand the creators’ inspiration. Another area is dedicated to the display of ceramics, showing how ceramic artists record nature using clay. With flowerpots and ceramics used in daily life, the exhibition demonstrates the characteristics of Hwataoyao.
 
Anyone who loves ceramics and the aesthetics of life are welcome to visit the Taichung City Seaport Art Center to appreciate Hwataoyao’s perseverance over the past thirty years and feel its love for the land.

地區

臺中市港區藝術中心(臺中市清水區忠貞路21號)