楊仁明、Anthony Luensman、浩銘聯展 - 歪咯綻

展 期:2008/07/19 - 2009/08/17

浩銘
1981年
生於新加坡牛車水區
1982年
隨家人來台定居台北
1993年~1997年間
跟隨銀樓老師父學習傳統金工技藝
2003年
前往日本私立東京工藝大學珠寶設計學院大板院區研究部就讀
2004年
日本玉石鑑定協會 初段取得
2005年
GIA鑽石鑑定執照取得
日本全國珠寶設計大賽銀飾組 3等賞
應邀義大利時尚展
東京工藝大學珠寶設計學院 研究士取得
2006年
日本玉石鑑定協會 鑑定師3段取得
日本全國珠寶設計大賽 新人賞
日本全國珠寶設計大賽鑚飾組設計 2等賞
日本全國珠寶設計大賽銀飾組 大賞
應邀香港國際珠寶展
BVLGARI專案約聘設計師
2006年底
淡水下圭柔山成立工作室
2007年
GIA寶石鑑定執照取得
應邀香港國際珠寶展
應邀哥本哈根珠寶特展
赴法國接受BVLGARI新人設計大賽最佳新人獎.
2008年
日本新銀飾巡迴展札幌站
澳洲布里斯本時尚展

Anthony P. Luensman
2819 Massachusetts Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45225 USA
513.541.0512
aplpax@yahoo.com

Born 1966, Cincinnati, OH

Education
Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, Studio Arts, 1988
Kenyon College, Gambier, OH
Phi Beta Kappa, 1987

Studio apprenticeship with Carmen Cicero, 1987
New York Arts Program – Great Lakes College Association, New York, NY
Professional Experience
Adjunct Faculty in Fine Arts, 2007
University of Cincinnati – College of Design, Art, Architecture and Planning
Adjunct Faculty in Fine Arts, 2004-05
Art Academy of Cincinnati
Managing / Co-Artistic Director, 1998-2001
Saw Theater, Cincinnati, OH
Non-profit performing arts ensemble dedicated to the creation of contemporary, multimedia performance theater
Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (JET), Shizugawa, Japan, 1991-93
English Language Instructor for 3 public junior high schools

Residencies
Taipei Artist Village Residency, Taipei, Taiwan, 2008
Sapporo Artist-in-Residence (S-AIR), InterCross Creative Center, Sapporo, Japan, 2005
Taipei Artist Village Residency, Taipei, Taiwan, 2003
Center for the Arts Residency – Ohio Arts Council, Sausalito, CA, 2001
Selected Solo Exhibitions
2007 Arenas, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH
Museum-wide installation of multimedia works
2005 Open House, Sapporo Artist-in-Residence (S-AIR), ICC Media Arts Exchange, Sapporo, Japan
Resident Artist Group Exhibition; multimedia works
2004 Peeps & Bells, Phyllis Weston – Annie Bolling Galleries at M. Willis, Cincinnati, OH
Multimedia works
Ersilia, Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA), Taipei, Taiwan
Interactive, multimedia installation
Tracings (in Enter/Exit), Taipei Artist Village, Taiwan
Interactive, multimedia installation
2003 Eolian, Olin Art Gallery, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH
Interactive, multimedia installation
Zeloso, Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art (CAC), Cincinnati, OH
Interactive sound sculptures commissioned by the CAC for the Sara M. & Patricia A. Vance Education Center as part of the inaugural exhibition of the new Zaha Hadid-designed building
2002 Irato, Weston Art Gallery / Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, OH
Site-specific, interactive sound installation and concert series (Current Quartet) sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts
Selected Group Exhibitions
2008 emptysigns, Taipei Artist Village, Taiwan
Resident Artists' Group Exhibition; multimedia works
2008 Contemporary Works by Anthony Luensman and Shawna Guip, Phyllis Weston – Annie Bolling Gallery,
Cincinnati, OH
2-person sculpture exhibition; multimedia works
2007 Hot Fun! Vol. 1, New Center for Contemporary Art, Louisville, KY
Multimedia and interactive sculpture; curated by Jay Jordan and Linda Schwartz
2006 Taipei: Views & Points, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
Multimedia and interactive sculpture; curated by Chang Fang-Wei
5th Penghu International Earth Art Festival, Penghu, Taiwan
Outdoor public sculpture
3D: An Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture, Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
Cincinnati Timeline, Phyllis Weston – Annie Bolling Galleries at M. Willis, Cincinnati, OH
Multimedia works
Kaohsiung International Container Arts Festival, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Outdoor public sculpture
Prism, Mary Baskett Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
2-person exhibition of photography
Skirting the Line: Conceptual Drawing, Richard E. Peeler Art Center, DePauw University, Greencastle, IN
Monofilament paintings; curated by Kaytie Johnson
2005 Clay Street Sculpture, Publico, Cincinnati, OH
3-person exhibition; sculpture
Ideas into Objects: Reinterpreting the Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci, Weston Art Gallery / Aronoff Center
for the Arts, Cincinnati, OH
Sculpture in exhibition inspired by the drawings of Leonardo da Vinci
Contemporary Art in the Midwest: 2005 DePauw Biennial, Peeler Art Center, DePauw University,
Greencastle, IN
Light/sound installation as an electric rain storm for window; curated by Kaytie Johnson
Seeing Red, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH
Photography
2003 Massive:Luminosity, SSNOVA, Cincinnati, OH
Wall installation in group sculpture exhibition
2000 Stacked, Weston Art Gallery / Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, OH
Admission box as sound sculpture activated by falling money; curated by Matt Distel
1999 Built, Rike Center Gallery, University of Dayton, OH
Exhibition / performance of sound sculpture; curated by Peter Huttinger and Matt Distel
1998 Jackpot, DiLeia Contemporary / CulturalMachineComplex, Cincinnati, OH
Multimedia works; curated by Matt Distel
Selected Sound Design / Theater Projects
2004 Zenas, James Sewell Ballet, St. Paul, MN
Sound design for an original ballet choreographed by Christian Burns
2002 OCEAn Music Festival, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, OH
Multi-channel sound installation for Oberlin's biennial electro-acoustic music festival
Kid Thunder, The Foundry at Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA
Sound design for dance collaboration with contemporary dance ensemble, The Foundry. Voted one of the Top 10 dance performances of the year by The San Francisco Chronicle.
2001 Insist/Resist, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA
Score, staging, and direction of an original dance performance with choreography by San Francisco dancer Marc Morozumi
2000 Account Me Puppet, The Tour
Saw Theater production / multimedia performance based on John Milton's Paradise Lost
• Theater for the New City, New York, NY
• Philadelphia Fringe Festival, Philadelphia, PA
• The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI
• Atlanta Center for Puppetry Arts, Atlanta, GA
• Saw Theater Performance Space, Cincinnati, OH
1999 The Tempter Ris'n, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA
Saw Theater production / multimedia performance
Faust, Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati, OH
Saw Theater production of large-scale puppets for the Cincinnati Opera's Gounod's Faust
1998 Account Me Puppet, The Detroit Institute of Arts, MI
Saw Theater production / multimedia performance commissioned by The Detroit Institute of Arts, based on John Milton's Paradise Lost
Fallen Stages: Drawings, Pages and Chapters from Account Me Puppet, The Detroit Institute of Arts, MI
Sound installation and exhibition of original instruments and objects in conjunction with Saw Theater performances of Account Me Puppet
And the movement of hearts came at me like a storm…, Festival of International Puppet Theater, P.S. 122, New York, NY
Saw Theater production / multimedia performance
1997 Stain: unconsummate acts, The Tour
Saw Theater production / multimedia performance
• Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY
• The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI
• The Carnegie Arts Center, Covington, KY
• Saw Theater Performance Space, Cincinnati, OH
• Kenyon College, Kenyon, OH
Selected Awards
Summerfair Individual Artist Grant, 2004
Ohio Arts Council Artist Fellowship, 2004
Taipei Artist Village Residency, 2003
Individual Artist Grant, Cincinnati Arts Allocation Committee, 2003
Headlands Center for the Arts Residency (Ohio Arts Council), 2001
Ohio Arts Council Artist Fellowship, 2000
Individual Artist Grant, Cincinnati Arts Allocation Committee, 1998
The Poetry Prize, Xavier University, 1997
Individual Artist Grant, Cincinnati Arts Allocation Committee, 1995
The Kenyon Art Prize, Kenyon College, 1988
The Ryerson Prize in Painting, Kenyon College, 1988
Hallstein Memorial Award for Sculpture, Kenyon College, 1988

Public Collections
Fidelity Investments Covington Kentucky
International Contemporary Art Foundation – 21c Museum Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky
Aronoff Center for the Arts – Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati Art Museum
Procter & Gamble Executives' Collection – Cincinnati, Ohio

楊仁明、Anthony Luensman、浩銘聯展 - 歪咯綻

展 期:2008/07/19 - 2009/08/17

《歪咯綻》聯展-楊仁明、Anthony Luensman、浩銘

「歪咯綻」源自「歪歌讚」的諧音變形。

歪歌與歪哥(台語發音,指旁門左道、賄賂、亂來)都共同代表著有負面意念,在此取諧音之意來暗喻嘲諷著我們無形中都在不自覺地參與且一同讚頌著這歪斜的價值觀念。

「咯」指台語中的又一次,有著反覆再一次之意念。
在歪歌轉變「歪咯」詞彙形式的同時,意涵上保留了歪歌台語的原意 ; 而「讚」轉變「綻」的緣由,是希望著藉由我們作品的觀念與意識在觀者的心中產生共鳴與發酵。
將上述概念套入人本與自然之依存關係來探討,「歪咯綻」指的是人們對自然環境的功利性消耗和口語化的片面環保意識之下,發現歪風肆虐,且忘記了該有的原意以及遺忘了真正的自然環保意識後的一種內在自覺性反芻與再造聲明。

本次「歪咯綻」的展覽藉由楊仁明、Anthony Luensman、浩銘三位藝術家,以不同的表現形式與相異的觀察視點切入,探究人本自然間本質性的問題,更由各自不同的敏銳度與刺激點一起串聯起對自然環境的迴響及關懷。