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SCMHK 香港基督徒學生運動

關心社會、踐行公義、見證基督、推廣天國
SCMHK幹事出席ParaSite講座
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《土與石,靈與歌》 相對論 #1

瞿暢、陳可樂、勞麗麗、梁志剛

4月25日,星期二,7pm

(粵語/英文)

Para Site榮幸邀請藝術家及社會文化研究者陳可樂、勞麗麗及梁志剛,與同《《土與石,靈與歌》展覽中的研究案「漁米之鄉記」策展人瞿暢,就自身研究及創作探討農業運動在今日香港城市的快速流變下,其在本土意識及歷史記憶間所扮演的角色為何?農業政策的轉向是如何回應香港今日社會,尤其是雨傘運動後集結的強大焦慮、懷舊情結及身分認同。

關於講者:

瞿暢

現為Para Site副策展人

陳可樂

現任SCMHK香港基督徒學生運動執委,曾為香港土地正義聯盟一員,參與保育香港本土農業。

勞麗麗

藝術家,香港中文大學藝術系學士畢業。專注攝影及混合媒介創作,曾任旅遊記者,現為生活館成員,學習永續農業耕種。

梁志剛

藝術家、都市農夫、設計師,2012年成立HK Farm,致力於推廣在地農作及天台農場項目。

關於「漁米之鄉記」

「漁米之鄉記」是一個由真實與想像片段組成的虛構空間,它選擇性地截取「水」與「土」作為一場儀式的「神聖元素」,基於本土歷史與傳說、信仰與政治,透過一種戲劇性的張力對香港作為「共同體」的不同想像連接成一個多稜、同時流動的歷史及群體敘述。

以對香港早期民族構成的想像出發,以螫家/福佬人的水生文化與客家/廣府人的農耕傳統作為入口,透過當下的「懷舊」視角,將這些早期文化脈絡中與農業社會緊密關聯的生產、習俗、信仰與傳說並置,生成一個召喚歷史同時又深具表演和想像意涵的招靈場。同時,本土的農漁業生產歷史也銜接當下與土地運動並行的「新農耕」文化,借耕種行為的時間性與培育/生產意義,使這個儀式現場同時成為對想像的未來召喚。

Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs, Conversation #1

Qu Chang, Holok Chen, Lo Lai Lai, and Michael Leung

Tuesday, April 25, 7pm

(Cantonese/English)

Para Site is pleased to present a discussion between artists and cultural researchers Holok Chen, Lo Lai Lai, and Michael Leung, as well as Para Site’s Qu Chang, curator of the case study A Tale: The Land of Fish and Rice, part of the exhibition Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs. They will discuss the politics of farming and agricultural practices in Hong Kong, how the history of local farming correlates with the new modern land movements, and re-examine the role of land policy and how it responds to the rapidly shifting identity of the city, particularly in the post-Umbrella Revolution era.

About the speakers:

Qu Chang is Associate Curator at Para Site.

Holok Chen is Executive Secretary of SCMHK, and a former member of the Hong Kong Land Justice League.

Lo Lai Lai is an artist and one of the members of Sangwoodgoon, a collective organic farm founded in the anti-XRL and Choi Yuen Village Movement.

Michael Leung is an artist, designer, and urban farmer, and founder of HK Farm, an organisation dedicated to the benefits of locally produced food and promoting rooftop farming, established in 2012.

About 'A Tale: The Land of Fish and Rice'

Comprising both factual and fictitious sections, this case study is based on Hong Kong’s indigenous history and legends, religions and politics. It employs “water” and “soil” as traditionally sacred elements, to weave different strands of imaginations of Hong Kong, into a multi-faceted and ever-shifting historical and collective narrative with dramatic tension.

Beginning with a vision of the ethnic composition of early Hong Kong, the “tale” takes the current perspective of nostalgia, and uses the fishing and farming traditions of the Tanka/Hokkien and Hakka/Cantonese people, respectively, as the doorway, through which it juxtaposes the production, folkways, worship, and legends closely related to agricultural societies in early cultural fabrics, into a theatrical and imaginary scene of an evocation ritual that summons the past. Meanwhile, the recounting of the history of local farming and fishing production correlates with the “new farming” culture concurrent with modern Hong Kong's land movements, and utilises the concepts of time, cultivation, and production in the act of farming to beckon an imagined future.

Combining a narrative of local consciousness with multiple origins, the ever-morphing urban culture created by the convergence of multiple groups, and the local history as a collage of multiple fragments from history, A Tale: The Land of Fish and Rice tries to build a small multiplex, with a theatrical and mystical background setting, that fosters reading, thinking, and dialogue.

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