Yishu典藏國際版 [第81期]:The Atlas of Archives


並列題名:Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art

作者:Yishu Office編輯





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Editor’s Note
Over the years, Yishu has published a number of thematic issues addressing topics that have currency in the minds of artists, critics, art historians, and curators. In some cases, the topics have been geographical, ideological, or historical in nature and have involved collaborations with institutions such as the Asia Art Archive, the Guggenheim Museum, the Long March Project, and the World Biennial Forum. In other cases, we have worked on special issues of Yishu with individual guest editors, among them Biljana Ciric, Lu Jie, and Lu Pei-Yi, each of whom also had various specific subject matter they aimed to explore.
This current guest-edited issue arises from one of the Asia Art Archive’s Open Platform sessions in 2016 at Art Basel Hong Kong that I attended. It was conceived of and hosted by Mia Yu and Pan Lu and titled Archive Between Present and Future. The participants included Nikita Yingqian Cai, Lee Kai Chung, Elaine Lin, Christopher Phillips, Shen Ruijun, Pelin Tan, and Teng Chao-Ming. The discussion brought into play the importance of archives within cultural ecology, and I sensed that it would make a compelling and timely publication; thus, I invited Mia Yu, a highly respected critic and curator, to guest edit an issue focused on archives. Yishu 81 is the outcome.
Mia Yu has taken an expansive view of what archives and archival work consists of. She has invited artists, curators, and critics to contribute their ideas and experiences related to archives and the importance of the information these “banks” hold in an era where the role of historical documentation in our understanding of the world seems increasingly tenuous. What emerges, however, is the suggestion that even though archives are fundamental to the preservation of many different histories, they are unable to provide a complete view of history. As the writers express here, archives are fluid in the information they offer; more important, they allow that information to be applied in creative ways.
I extend many thanks to Mia Yu for her enthusiasm and commitment in guest editing Yishu 81 and to the authors who have contributed so much in bringing our attention to the value, inspired uses, and new perspectives on archives within contemporary culture.
Keith Wallace

About Yishu
Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art is the first English language journal to focus on Chinese contemporary art and culture. Each bi-monthly issue features scholarly essays on topical issues, interviews with artists and curators, conference proceedings, and critical commentary on exhibitions and books. Yishu offers a platform for a wide range of voices who are living and telling the story of contemporary Chinese art from a diversity of perspectives, and who provide dialogue and debate around current visual and literary forms produced within what constitutes an expanded understanding of contemporary Chinese art.
Since its inauguration in May 2002, Yishu has raised its profile internationally to become one of the most respected journals devoted to contemporary Chinese art. Appealing to professionals in the art and academic fields, as well as art enthusiasts in general, Yishu is now the journal of record for the high quality coverage of issues and events pertinent to Chinese art today. Its high standard of critical writing by thinkers from around the world allows us to voice ideas that communicate across cultures.

  • 編者手記 Editor’s Note
  • 作者小傳 Contributors
  • 檔案圖集:客座編輯前言 The Atlas of Archives: Guest Editor’s Introduction
  • 檔案流:在福岡亞洲美術館探尋碎片、物質和記憶 Archival Flows: Fragment, Material, and Memory in/through the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum
  • 作為實驗場域的文獻:與徐文玠的對話 The Archive as an Experimental Site: A Conversation with Claire Hsu
  • 「聖天作業」:一個游蕩者的檔案 Sheng Project: A Flâneur’s Archive
  • 刻舟求劍:費大為談85新潮檔案的編撰 Notch the Boat to Find the Sword: Fei Dawei on Archiving the '85 New Wave Movement and Beyond
  • 生命文獻:歷史、生命意識和藝術行動中的瀋陽地下音樂 Bio-Archiving: Shenyang Underground Music as History, Awareness of Life, and Art in Action
  • 公寓藝術檔案:高名潞訪談 Archiving Apartment Art: An Interview with Gao Minglu
  • 思今觀古:與劉鼎談研究性策展 Pondering the Present vis-à-vis Reflecting on the Past: A Conversation with Liu Ding on Research-based Curating
  • 滿洲國與東北亞現代性:吳翰生(Royce Ng)的《吸血鬼岸信介》表演博物館 Manchukuo and the Northeast Asian Modern: A Performative Museum Enacted in/as Royce Ng’s Kishi the Vampire
  • 歷史的焦慮與緊迫:潘律對談李繼忠和鄧兆旻 The Anxiety and Urgency of History: Pan Lu in Conversation with Lee Kai Chung and Teng Chao-Ming
  • 從圖像的過剩到文獻的重生 From the Excess of Image to the Resurgence of Archive
  • 「 自我檔案化」:陳哲與《向晚六章》 Self-Archivization: Chen Zhe’s Towards Evening: Six Chapters
  • 失憶事典:對話王拓 The Lexicon of Amnesia: A Conversation with Wang Tuo
  • 中英人名對照 Chinese Name Index