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2015, vol. 7, br. 2, str. 173-190
Pitanje predstavljanja i identiteta između globalizma i lokalizma - slučaj paviljona Hong Konga na Venecijanskom bijenalu
Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, China
Ključne reči: umetnost instalacija; hongkongnost; kineskost; politika identiteta; globalizam
Sažetak
Ovaj rad uzima umetničku instalaciju Li Kita izloženu u paviljonu Hong Konga na Bijenalu u Veneciji 2013. godine, kao studiju slučaja da ilustruje načine na koje dela nude i pomažu sačinjavanje izazvanog Hong Konga i subverziju agresivne i moćno rastuću Kine. Za razliku od 'očigledne' društvene kritike i 'grandioznog' izgleda umetničkih dela izloženih u kineskom paviljonu, Li Kitova umetnička instalacija - "impresionistička kuća"-u Hong Kongovom paviljonu ne samo da izgleda apstraktno, već i svetovno i čak i trivijalno. Pošto je umetnik bio izabran od strane organizatora bez učešća javnosti, ovo je generisalo žestoku javnu raspravu o reprezentativnosti 'Hongkongnosti' ove instalacije. Moja tvrdnja je da je ono što se čini trivijalnim i običnim u Lijevom radu predstavljeno da konstitutiše, a ne prikaže, umetnost nove generacije Hong Konga. To takođe može biti taktika manevarisanja političkim identitetom koji je nametnula Kina Hong Kongu svojim sveprisutnim i pritiskajućim prisustvom. Umetnost Hong Konga ima potencijal da se udalji ili da sumnja u velike narative Kine, da parafraziram reči istoričara umetnosti Dejvida Klarka (1997). Verujem da je motiv međunarodne konferencije "Hong Kong kao metod" decembra 2014. na Univerzitetu u Hong Kongu bio da upotrebom očekivanog destabilizuje i ospori hongkonški "zdravo-za-gotovo" politički identitet i na taj način promoviše raznolikosti i međuazijsku kulturnu dinamiku.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/SAJ1502173K
prihvaćen: 25.07.2015.
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