劉仁凱 Kairon Liu

布拉德.沃爾隆德 Brad Walrond
陳敬元 Chen Ching-Yuan
簡莉穎 Chien Li-Ying
莊志維 Chuang Chih-Wei
伊蓮娜.拉德利 Elena Redaelli
感染誌 HivStory
潔西卡.琳恩.惠特布德 Jessica Lynn Whitbread
畢七月 J Triangular
劉仁凱 Kairon Liu
李紫彤 Lee Tzu-Tung
羅智信 Luo Jr-Shin
林季鋼 Macaca Sapiens
瑪格麗特.范.庫克 Marguerite Van Cook
鄭任翔 Sean Chen
鄭淑麗 Shu Lea Cheang
台灣露德協會 Taiwan Lourdes Association
詹傑 Zhan Jie

艾利森.蜜雪兒Allyson Mitchell
爾德鴻 Katharina Eckert
摩根.M.佩姬 Morgan M Page
以及所有參與本展覽計畫的社群志工與創作者!

2019.10.05 (SAT) 14:00-17:00

#派對 #導覽 #演唱 #瑪格麗特范庫克 #開放工作坊

#伊蓮娜拉德利 #認識藝術家

#party #guides #singingperformance #MargueriteVanCook

#workshop #ElenaRedaelli #meettheartists

世界愛滋日聚談暨閉幕演出 | WAD Talk & Closing
2019.12.01(SUN) 13:00-18:00

#世界愛滋日 #視覺愛滋 #座談 #論壇 #放映 #鄭淑麗 #詩作朗誦 #布拉德沃爾隆德 #台灣露德協會 #台灣同志諮詢熱線協會 #中華民國愛滋感染者權益促進會 #臺灣感染誌協會 #戶外劇場 #林季鋼

  • 台北當代藝術館
    -MOCA CUBE貨櫃屋實驗展場、MOCA Plaza廣場、MOCA電視牆
    (103台北市長安西路39號 NO.39 Chang-An West Road Taipei, Taiwan 103)
  • 2019 / 10 / 05 Sat. 2019 / 12 / 01 Sun.
  • 10:00 - 18:00

展覽介紹 About|

一九〇八年某日,非洲喀麥隆東南部地區的叢林裡有位獵人,或許是為了向部落證明自己,亦或是為了養家糊口,他參照著後世推估最可能的劇本,在獵捕的過程中因黑猩猩的反抗而受傷。那道傷深及肌膜,但獵人並沒有進行處理,血液傳染疾病的概念在二十世紀初並不存在,而他在宰殺獵物時也絲毫不介意自己的傷口混入了黑猩猩血液。就這樣隨著時間的推進,猴免疫缺陷病毒(Simian Immunodeficiency Virus, SIV)在新宿主內適應、進化、走向興旺昌盛。SIV滲透各種人類接觸網路、依循際遇入侵人類社群,它不再是一種黑猩猩病毒,而是以人類免疫缺乏病毒(Human Immunodeficiency Virus, HIV)的新樣貌在八〇年代向世人揭示自己的存在,以及後工業社會自稱對少數與弱勢寬容同情的虛假,道德譴責者將其視為上天派遣的瘟疫,專屬於個人或群體的報應。

二十一世紀,遵循民主式公共衛生的教育策略,公民採取自我保護措施、避免落入父權及專制,將乳膠避孕套做為掩護,以實現自由與理想。疾病持有者懼怕「多疑的社會」迫使自己身份暴露,而有了超出生理的心理病痛,健康彷彿成了德性的證明,疾病被視作為墮落的證據,既使再多研究及當權者公開論述「疾病只是疾病,而不屬於任一群體」,相關的隱喻及污名卻從未停止,人類免疫缺乏病毒(Human Immunodeficiency Virus, HIV)感染者遵照醫囑所持續服用的抗病毒處方藥,在維繫生命的同時也作為其與污名共生的提醒,時刻觸發而孤立。醫學史學家羅伊・波特(Roy Porter)曾宣告「發生性行為不必負責任的日子結束了」,在所有公民皆視自身為單一血清個體的如今,無論感染與否,所有人似乎都對這場有感的「瘟疫」產出了一套與之共處的「慢性處方」。

本展覽由台北當代藝術館與社團法人臺灣感染誌協會共同主辦,由《宿主計畫(Humans as Hosts)》計畫主持人劉仁凱進行策劃,並與台灣數個HIV(愛滋)倡議機構與團隊共同合作,邀請國內外藝術家、研究者於該議題中進行探索及揭露。以MOCA Cube、廣場、電視牆及大廳為實驗場域,以多元展演活動解析展題,企圖以藝術跨越疾病,與參與民眾協同建立雙向交流平台;展覽閉幕將於世界愛滋日(十二月一日)發生,在對話、致敬與歡慶中落幕。

One day in 1908, there was a hunter in the jungle of south-east Cameroon, Africa. Following a script that later generations may only imagine, his hunt was the way he proved himself to the tribe and provided for his family. During the hunt, he was hurt by a resistant chimpanzee. Although the wound broke deep to the sarcolemma, the hunter didn’t deal with it. At the beginning of the 20th century, the concept of blood-borne disease didn’t exist. The hunter had no cause for worry at all that the chimpanzee’s blood could likely sneak into his wound. As time went by, SIV (simian immunodeficiency virus) thrived as it adapted and evolved within the new host. Following its natural course, the virus penetrated various kinds of interpersonal contact networks and invaded the community. It was no longer a chimpanzee’s SIV. During the 1980s once this novel virus emerged as HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), it exposed the hypocrisy of postindustrial society’s purported claim to have compassion for minority and underprivileged groups. Moral condemners regarded the emerging epidemic like the plague sent by god—the punishment designed for individuals or groups who disobeyed their moral responsibilities.

In the 21st century, contemporary public health education campaigns follow the democratic model. The latex condom has become a cover-up for self-protection against patriarchy and autocracy to fulfill freedom and ideals. Disease carriers in a “society of suspicion” fear that their identities will be disclosed by force and suffer more psychologically than physically, because healthiness is perceived somehow as the proof of morality, while disease as the proof of corruption. No matter how many studies and those in power publicly state that “a disease is just a disease and does not belong to any group,” the related metaphor and stigma never end. To maintain life, people infected with HIV follow the doctor’s advice and take their prescription continuously. While sustaining life, it triggers a daily reminder they must coexist with the stain of a virus the world still regards as a kind of moral failure, thus causes isolation. As the medical historian Roy Porter once announced: “The days of sex without responsibility were over.” Infected or not, since each citizen treats themselves as one serological monad, it seems that everyone comes up with their own “prescription” in coexistence with this perceptible plague.

The exhibition is presented by the Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei and Taiwan HivStory Association. It is curated by Kairon Liu, the artist-curator of Humans of Hosts. He cooperates with several HIV initiatives and teams, and invites artists and researchers at home and abroad to explore and disclose the issue. Taking the MOCA Cube, plaza, TV wall and activity hall as the experimental fields, the exhibition attempts to step across the disease with art and establish a two-way communication platform with the participants. The exhibition closing will be held on World AIDS Day (1st of December), ending in dialogue, tribute and celebration.

專家導覽EXPERT GUIDES|

2019/10/13(SUN)13:00
2019/10/13(SUN)13:00

杜思誠主任-台灣同志諮詢熱線協會

Sih-Cheng (Sean) Du, Director of Policy Advocacy, Taiwan Tongzhi (LGBTQ+) Hotline Association

2019/11/03(SUN)13:00
2019/11/03(SUN)13:00

杜漢祥醫師-奇美醫學中心加護醫學部暨感染科

Dr Gary Toh Han Siong, Department of Intensive Care Medicine and Division of Infectious Diseases, Chi Mei Medical Center

2019/11/17(SUN)13:00
2019/11/17(SUN)13:00

喀飛 常務理事-台灣同志諮詢熱線協會

William Shen, Executive Director, Taiwan Tongzhi (LGBTQ+) Hotline Association

放映與系列座談 SCREENING & TALKS|

2019/10/06(SUN)14:00-16:50
2019/10/06(SUN)14:00-16:50

【現+發聲 Nowon+】

感染誌 HivStory x 法律白話文運動 Plain Law Movement

10.06(SUN)14.00-16.50@ 美術館大廳  MOCA Lobby

2019/10/13(SUN)14:00-17:30
2019/10/13(SUN)14:00-17:30

【《愛滋味 Taste of Love》紀錄放映暨映後座談 Theatrical Documentary Screening】

by 詹傑 Zhan Jie x 劉仁凱 Kairon Liu

10.13(SUN)14.00-17.30 @美術館大廳 MOCA Lobby

2019/11/03(SUN)14:00-17:40
2019/11/03(SUN)14:00-17:40

【《叛徒馬密可能的回憶錄 The Possible Memoirs of a Traitor》紀錄放映暨映後座談 Theatrical Documentary Screening】

by 簡莉穎 Chien Li-Ying x 劉仁凱 Kairon Liu

11.03(SUN)14.00-17.40 @美術館大廳 MOCA Lobby

2019/11/30(SUN)14:00-17:00
2019/11/30(SUN)14:00-17:00

【《體液∅ Fluid ∅》放映暨映後座談 Film Screening】

by 鄭淑麗 Shu Lea Cheang x 李紫彤 Lee Tzu-Tung x 劉仁凱airon Liu

11.30(SUN)14.00-17.00 @美術館大廳 MOCA Lobby

THE NEW SKIN LAB 新肌實驗室創作工作坊|

By 伊蓮娜 . 拉德利 Elena Redaelli x 爾德鴻 Katharina Eckert

【轉變與新生 TRANSFORMATION AND NEW SHAPES】

-塑膠藥罐製成紗線和織線,並且織成便於攜帶的小物品。
-Processing the plastic bottles into strings of yarn and knit, crochet and weave them into small portable items.

10.06 (SUN) 15:00-18:00
@台北當代藝術館好玩藝教室 MOCA Classroom

10.12 (SAT) 14:00-17:00
@台北當代藝術館好玩藝教室 MOCA Classroom 

開放工作坊/限額20名/無需相關經驗/適合所有人
Open Workshop/Max 20 People/No Previous Experience Required/No Age Limit

【THE NEW SKIN LAB 新肌實驗室】

-協同創作共有服裝。
-Create a communal dress made out of many different parts.

10.19 (SAT)+10.20 (SUN) 14:00-17:00
@台北當代藝術館好玩藝教室 MOCA Classroom 

連續課程/需事先報名且全程參與/限額10名/有編織、縫紉經驗佳/適合所有人
ContinuousWorkshop/Max 10 People/Previous Experience Preferred/No Age Limit 

展覽相關公告 ANNOUNCEMENT|

指導贊助單位 Supervisor & Sponsor|
國家人權博物館 National Human Rights Museum

指導單位 Supervisor|
臺北市政府文化局 Department of Cultural Affairs, Taipei City Government

指導贊助單位 Supervisor & Sponsor|
國家人權博物館 National Human Rights Museum

指導單位 Supervisor|
臺北市政府文化局 Department of Cultural Affairs, Taipei City Government

主辦單位 Organizers|
臺北市文化基金會 Taipei Culture Foundation、臺北當代藝術館 Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei

共同主辦 Presenter|
社團法人臺灣感染誌協會 Taiwan HIVStory Association

協辦單位 Co-presenters|
社團法人臺灣露德協會 Taiwan Lourdes Association、中華民國愛滋感染者權益促進會 PRAATW

合作單位 Partners|
臺灣當代文化實驗場 Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab、國立雲林科技大學自造者中心 Idea factory、社團法人台灣同志諮詢熱線協會 Taiwan Tongzhi (LGBT) Hotline Association、Openlab.Taipei

展覽贊助單位 Exhibition Sponsors|
台北國際藝術村 Taipei Artist Village、財團法人臺灣民主基金會 Taiwan Foundation for Democracy、羅德表演劇場、Lou Madigan

實驗展場贊助 MOCA Studio Sponsor|
當代藝術基金會 Contemporary Art Foundation

贊助單位 Supporting Sponsors|
SUNPRIDE FOUNDATION、春之文化基金會、Samsung、老爺會館、文心藝術基金會、SABON、福修文化藝術基金會