家.圓融

黃光輝陶藝設計作品展

 

Family Harmony

Exhibition of Ceramic Designs of Huang Guanghui

在強調獨立和個性化的現代,我們可能忘記了追溯自己的根源 —— “家”。來澳定居十年,澳門成為了能把設計師黃光輝留下來的家。

澳門是一個與別不同“家”,她是中西文化交匯之處。數個世紀以來,獨特的地理環境和各種歷史機遇,使中外文人雅士、藝術家甚至先驅者,都曾在澳門駐足流連,為澳門沉積了豐厚而多元的人文肌理。同時,她曾是海上絲綢之路的重要節點、中國陶瓷外銷的重要中轉港。發源自中國的瓷器經過千萬年的演化,深遠地影響了人類的文明,我想也正是這種既精彩又厚實的澳門文化底蘊吸引這位來自江南的設計師駐足,並啟動了她源源不絕的創作靈感。

光輝留澳十年,也適逢澳門回歸祖國二十週年,她特意選取中國獨特的陶瓷文化為主要載體,配合如玻璃等手工藝,以福祿為主題送上祝福。例如《多變的葫蘆套杯》,作品以陶瓷為材質,把中國傳統吉祥文化中的“福祿”及老子的“道德經”中的哲學思想融合在一起,傳達出東方的設計思想。在產品使用上解决了防塵和收納兩個問題,在產品特色上強調了人與器物互動時過程,突出了產品的多變特色:使用者可以根據自己的喜好進行不同的收納組合。造型採用中國傳統吉祥文化的代表“葫蘆”為造型元素,使用時可以把一個器物折開成五個器形,也可以收納成三個,或成一個,是一種具觀賞性與實用性為一體的設計。

作品《祥雲母子杯》,打破了常規情况下對杯子的使用狀態,運用了新的思維方式去思考杯子的使用過程以及在此過程中遇到的問題,針對陳列美觀和空間收納的問題進行了探索,在人和物的互動中新增了產品使用的趣味性。可以擺放成葫蘆造型,也可以擺放成寶瓶造型,傳遞出東方設計造型,是件難得的佳作。同時,其中一套的材質更是採用五大名窯之一國家非物質文化遺產的龍泉窯燒製。

《祥雲母子杯》以中國吉祥文化“葫蘆”為圖形進行設計創作。“葫蘆”在中華傳統文化中寓意“福祿”,藝術家通過對文化精髓的吸收,提煉出多變、活潑又實用的現代設計,賦予漸被人遺忘的傳統新生的希望。

陶瓷像扭帶把中華文明、澳門以及歷史緊緊地連繫在一起,古老的造瓷藝術經歷了數千年的演化後,已在世界各地落地生根,深遠地影響了人類的文明。今天,藉著展示這批匠心獨具的藝術品,我們不但可追溯和回味陶瓷在人類歷史進程中的絢麗歲月,更能從中玩味極具時代精神的設計意趣。

策展人
何仲儀

Living in a modern era that emphasises independence and individuality, we might forget the importance of tracing our roots and getting to know the true meaning of ‘home’. Having settled down here in Macao for ten years, designer Huang Guanghui has found her own reasons to make Macao a place she calls home.  

Macao has been a very unique home for many as this is one of the very first places where the Chinese and Western cultures encountered. The advantageous geopolitical and historical positions for centuries have been providing Macao abundant opportunities to thrive. And that has also created a platform for Chinese and foreign scholars, artists, and even pioneers to adventure and chase their dreams. The legends they left behind had, as a result, laid a solid foundation for fabricating Macao’s cultural diversity and humanities. Not to mention that Macao was also an important port of the Maritime Silk Road as well as a central transit port to export Chinese ceramics. After a few thousand years of the development, the Chinese ceramics has made a profound influence in shaping human civilisation. It convinces me that the unique assimilation of Chinese and Portuguese cultures is exactly what attracts Huang to move to Macao from Jiangnan and to start a new chapter of life with endless creative inspirations. 

In the eve of having had a new life in Macao for a decade and Macao’s 20th anniversary of returning to the motherland, Huang decides to exercise her exquisite skills in Chinese ceramics and glass handicrafts with the theme of ‘Fu Lu (good fortune)’ to express her gratitude and best wishes.  For instance, her ceramic work ‘Variable Gourd Cup Set’ conveys the essence of Eastern design by combining the auspicious concept ‘Fu Lu’ in traditional Chinese culture and the philosophical ideas in Laozi’s Dao De Jing. Huang’s work is actually a practical product that you don’t have to bother dust protection and storage issue. It features the process of interaction between people and utensils, meanwhile it offers versatile mode for storage (the combination depends on the owner’s preferences). The use of gourd in shape implies the auspicious object in Chinese traditional culture and you can unfold this product into five utensils then fold it back into three or one object(s) for easy storage, which is a combination of ornamental and practicality in terms of design.

Huang also questions the conventional perception of using utensils in her work ‘Xiangyun Mother-child Cup’. She exercises a novel way of thinking to contemplate the process of using a cup and the problems occurred in the process. She not only explores how to address both need of the aesthetics of display and the spatial arrangement for storage, but also adds fun to the interactions between users and products. The product can be either displayed in the shape of a gourd or an aquarium. It is definitely a rare masterpiece that shows the charm of Eastern aesthetics. Not to mention that one of the product lines is produced by Longquan Kiln – one of the five famous kilns that are on the list of China’s Intangible Cultural Heritage. 

The cups in the shape of a gourd aims to symbolise the Chinese auspicious culture. This plant has been long perceived as ‘Fu Lu’ in Chinese history and thus the artist desires to translate this cultural vibe into a lively and practical modern design that give hopes to a tradition that might have been forgotten by many.

The ceramic art whose evolution happens over the course of many thousands of years not only has tightly linked the Chinese civilisation to Macao but also has taken root in various parts of the world that has profoundly affected human civilisation. Today, we gather here to witness the ceramic art that shines through in the course of human history and appreciate the playful designs that well capture the spirit of the times.

Curator 
Joey Ho

黃光輝 | Huang Guanghui

黃光輝博士,現為澳門科技大學人文藝術學院助理教授,設計學及美術學課程主任,中國工業設計協會理事,廣東省設計學教指委委員,澳門高等教育發展促進會副秘書長,澳門江蘇聯誼會理事。

多幅作品先後入選中華人民共和國文化部、文聯、中國美術家協會舉辦的“第十一屆全國美術作品大展”、北京市政府、文化部、教育部主辦的“北京世界設計大會-國際院校交流展”、“第二十四屆亞洲國際美展”、香港設計中心主辦的“香港設計營商周-新青年展”、澳門政府旅遊局主辦的“第五屆澳門光影節”等重要展覽。作品收錄在法國高端設計雜誌《étapes:》,並赴法、德參展等。業餘時間積極投身慈善活動,因青海地震舉辦的澳門藝術家作品慈善展覽及拍賣晚宴中,水墨作品拍賣所得的萬餘元善款,全部捐贈給海地、青海受災地區。

多次受邀參加世界工業設計大會、世界生態設計大會、中國科學技術協會等重要會議。在澳門舉辦《警惕速食文化-黃光輝裝置藝術作品展》,多篇論文發表在《裝飾》、《美術與設計》等核心期刊。先後擔任澳門政府旅遊局“吉祥物設計比賽”、澳門政府文化局“文化傳播大使計畫吉祥物設計比賽”終評評委。在澳門從事教育事業十餘年,指導學生多次入選國內外比賽並獲獎,學生在校期間成功申請並繼續攻讀QS全球排名第一的英國皇家藝術學院等著名高校的碩士學位,教學成績優異,獲澳門科技大學頒發“教學傑出獎”。

開幕 Opening : 14/12 4pm
展期 Extension period:15/12/19 - 11/1/20
開放時間:中午十二時至晚上七時(逢星期三休館)
Opening Hours : noon - 7:00pm (except on Wednesday)
At Light——澳門卑第圍1號地下
At Light – Pátio do Padre Narciso nº 1, R/C, Macau

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主辦 Organizer:弘藝峰創作社 Arts Empowering Lab
合作 Cooperation:澳門科技大學人文藝術學院 Macau University of Science and Technology Faculty of Humanities and Arts
支持 Support:格物設計有限公司 Gold Wood Design Co. Ltd / NORTING / 青白工坊 / 西冶工坊 XIYE GONGFANG
贊助 sponsor:文化局 Instituto Cultural
場地贊助 Venue sponsor:At Light

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​媒體報導 |News report:

黃光輝陶藝設計展開幕

澳門日報,2019 年12月15日,第B05版:澳聞

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