At this moment, we are inviting everyone to be part of the landscape changes from the perspective of the “future,” using architecture as a witness and exploring the spatial scene and regional emotions through the connection between people and the environment.
關於研究 About Research
Street tree as the greenery methodology in urban forest plan
歷史城市景觀被理解為文化和自然價值和屬性歷史分層的結果，超越了 “歷史中心” 或 “宏觀” 的概念，涵蓋到更廣泛的城市背景及其地理環境。
Historic urban landscapes are recognized as the result of historical stratification of cultural and natural values and attributes, going beyond the concept of “historical center” or “macro,” encompassing the broader urban context and its geographic setting.
Tile-making culture and application
The earth gives us all kinds of power, and through the repetitive daily labor, culture accumulates day after day. The roof tiles carry the boundary between human and nature, which is shaping the socio-economic system of human language, religious beliefs, civilizational wisdom, food, and agricultural production.
The conflict between the passing of traditional crafts and future life
The modernization process has led to a distant relationship between humans and nature until the modularization of sunlight, air, water, and soil. The sustainable development of future urban life should re-incorporate traditional craftsmanship and wisdom of previous generations to adapt to the current environmental crisis.
Sugar and terracotta in witness of the past and future around two islands
The rise and fall of Indonesia’s traditional industry has transformed into a new lifestyle in contemporary society
“To know who you are, you have to have a place to come from.“
系列講座 Series Talk
《未來場譯》系列主題，探索未來生活場域的詮釋，尋找島嶼土地的面貌與意義，是否在因地制宜的生活空間中挖掘多樣的文化身份。空間在這個場域裡的積極作用為何？這將是一場充滿不確定性的未知旅程，邀請大家從「未來」的角度觀察地景變遷，以建築、生物和環境為見證，透過人與萬物的連結，探究空間場景與地域記事。借用 J. B. Jackson 的文化地景研究，文化地景不是靜態的，而是持續變動的人地關係。愛爾蘭詩人西默斯·希尼曾說過：「要瞭解你是誰，你必須知道你來自一個地方。」我們可以離開故土超越情感，儘管如此，我們必須首先承認我們來自哪裡。
The theme of the “InterPFL” series explores the interpretation of the future life field, looking for the faces and meanings of this land. It will be an interdisciplinary journey full of uncertainties. At this moment, we are inviting everyone to be part of the landscape changes from the perspective of the “future,” using architecture as a witness and exploring the spatial scene and regional emotions through the connection between people and the environment. Borrowing from J. B. Jackson’s study of cultural landscapes, cultural landscapes are not static. Still, they are continuously changing relationships between people and places. The Irish poet Seamus Heaney once said, “To know who you are, you have to have a place to come from” we can leave the homeland and transcend the local feelings. Still, we must first admit where we come from.
Reading the topographical writings written by writers will open up the horizons of life in other dimensions. With the development of the social economy and the cities, consumer activities in densely populated areas have led to alienation and unfamiliarity with nature. How should we care for the ecology of urban residences? The development and evolution of the ancient Chinese notion of “harmony between human and nature” have added many imaginary spaces for contemporary ethical concepts. When greenery enters the house, coexists with daily life, and serves as a bridge for sustainable energy, how should we implement our life experience to reform the texture of human life of the future imagination?
The landscape has two functions in social life at the same time: On the one hand, it is a co-created place with humans and creatures, the fruit of joint labor, but on the other hand, it structures the way we see things, the operation of our worldview at the level of ideology. Today, we often consider the city’s history and present it through architectures of different eras. “InterPFL” invites several experts and artists to share and dialogue with us on December 19 (Sun) and 20 (Mon) from three aspects: Livelihood ecosystem, Spatial life, and Urban Infrastructure opening our imagination and vision of life in different dimensions.
土地作為地景放大鏡 Land as a Magnifying Glass of the Landscape
Culture is a gentle force, and as culture changes over time, the landscape develops through many stages, perhaps eventually reaching the end of its own cycle. The operation of culture and nature creates the context of social life. Thinking about our homes and communities through the environment, creating alternative narratives about the memories of our homes so that people are no longer products of the environment. Still, the atmosphere is the source of the human mind, and the landscape is the cultural expression and writing that we shape.
空間自然力 Natural Power in Living Space
Reading the topographical writings written by writers will open up the horizons of life in other dimensions. With the development of the social economy and the cities, consumer activities in densely populated areas have led to alienation and unfamiliarity with nature. How should we care for the ecology of urban residences? People use spatial knowledge to explore spatial thinking and action, initiate alternative review and practice, and address spatial capabilities in all aspects of life. When nature enters our homes, it is integrated into our daily lives and serves as a bridge to sustainable living. How can we use our existing life experiences to reconnect with the people and land of our hometown and look back at the spatial texture of the present from the future?
樹捎來的訊息 Messages Brought by Trees
Trees are everywhere in our lives, not only as guardians and messengers of nature and the cradle of nourishment but also as the landscape infrastructure in cities. When civic consciousness extends to the environment and ecology, how do we, who live in the same space, understand the open relationship between street trees and living space? For those of us who are used to living in the urban jungle, have we ever noticed the “bang!” sound within commercial buildings, MRT stations, schools next to green parks. What should we do when we pick up a bird that has fallen from the roadside? Do birds often encounter the invisible crisis of glass hitting them? Whether the role of art in ecological issues can bring us multiple reflections and positive solutions. By including animals, birds, flowers, and trees as our neighbors, friends, and family, the future of urban development and landscape texture will be even more exciting than ever before.
主辦單位 organizer：細着藝術 SUAVEART
合作單位 co-organizer：賈蒂旺宜藝術工廠 Jatiwangi art Factory、泰美教育基金會 Taimei Educational Foundation
贊助單位 sponsor：國藝會 NCAF