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もの凄く、矢です。

Ryan Gander


 こちらの作品は Ryan Gander (ライアン・ガンダー)さんの『Approach it slowly from the left, Ftt, Ft, Ftt, Ftt, Ftt, Ffttt, ftt, ...』です。←コレ、恐らくタイトルでしょうが、意味分からんス。でも作品はパッと見で興味をそそるだけのインパクトがありまして、実際かなり気になってしまったので察してみようと思います。

 この作品は、画面左から何百(何千?)の矢が飛んできて床と壁に刺さってますよね。写真の中にいる女性の位置に立ったらどんな光景を観られるでしょうか? 得体のしれない何百・何千の”敵”が目前に広がっているように感じるかもしれません。 もし本当にそんな光景を目の当たりにしたら”恐怖”を抑えられずにはいられませんが、ライアンさんの作品では恐怖は静かに歩み寄ってきます。

 床には矢が刺さるときにできる痕跡が全くなく、物理的な攻撃の印象が全くありませんね。あるのは”矢が飛んできて刺さった”という結果だけ。
 つまり私(作品を観る人)は、知らぬ間に敵からこんなに沢山攻撃されていたのだと。しかも矢って武器は直接攻撃ではなく、距離を置いて相手を攻撃できます。なのでどこの誰から攻撃されたのか、知る由もありません。。。
 精神的に迫ってくる作品ですね。しかも、強いです。


以下 artdaily.org よりクリッピング↓↓


Guggenheim to Present New Site-Specific Installation by Ryan Gander


A woman looks at the installation 'Approach it slowly from the left, Ftt, Ft, Ftt, Ftt, Ftt, Ffttt, ftt, ...', by British artist Ryan Gander at the Haus Konstruktiv in Zurich, Switzerland. The exhibition on Gander's work runs through 01 August. EPA/ALESSANDRO DELLA BELLA.

NEW YORK, NY- From October 1, 2010, to January 9, 2011, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum will present Intervals: Ryan Gander, the third installment of its contemporary art series designed to reflect the spirit of today’s most innovative practices. For his Intervals project, Ryan Gander (b. 1976, Chester, United Kingdom) has created a new, site-specific installation for the museum’s Aye Simon Reading Room.

Organized by Katherine Brinson, Assistant Curator, this exhibition is presented in conjunction with the Public Art Fund’s commission of a major new sculpture by Gander, The Happy Prince, on view beginning September 15, 2010, at Doris C. Freedman Plaza, Fifth Avenue and 60th Street.

From the utopian ambitions of the modernist movement to the overlooked details of daily experience, Gander’s work ranges across a dizzying spectrum of forms and ideas. His meticulously researched projects–which have included such diverse conceptual gestures as an invented word, a chess set, a television script, and a children’s book–engage familiar historical narratives and cultural paradigms only to unravel their structures and assumptions, presenting elusive scenarios that abound with interpretive potential.

In the Intervals installation for the Aye Simon Reading Room, a small library and study space located on Rotunda Level 2, visitors will encounter a scene of apparent catastrophe that relates to Gander’s ongoing exploration of the schism between the Dutch artists Piet Mondrian (1872–1944) and Theo van Doesburg (1883–1931). These friends and creative collaborators severed their relationship in 1924 due to van Doesburg’s belief in the diagonal line as a valid element in abstract art, which conflicted with Mondrian’s insistence on a reductive visual language consisting of only gridded horizontals and verticals. Gander imagines this artistic dogmatism provoking a violent struggle between the two men that sends them crashing through a stained-glass window in the home of Frank Lloyd Wright, the architect of the Guggenheim Museum. In a mysterious temporal and spatial discontinuity, the debris from this accident has landed in the Reading Room, showering fragments of glass and lead over the books about Wright’s life and work that are customarily available in the space. Accompanying this relic from the annals of art history is an artifact that has been transported to the museum from the New York of the future: a $25 coin, representing the inflated worth of a contemporary quarter by the year 2027, that has been glued to the floor in reference to a classic practical joke.

Ryan Gander
Ryan Gander lives and works in London. He received his BA from Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom (1999) and undertook post-graduate studies at Jan van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht, Netherlands (2000) and Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam (2002). Gander’s work has been widely exhibited internationally, including recent solo presentations at Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich (2010); Villa Arson–Centre national d’art contemporain, Nice (2009); Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam (2009), South London Gallery (2008); Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, United Kingdom (2008); and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (2007). Group exhibitions include Production Site: The Artist’s Studio Inside-Out, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2010); Chasing Napoleon, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2009–10); Space as Medium, Miami Art Museum (2009–10); and The Generational: Younger than Jesus, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (2009) as well as Wouldn’t it be nice . . . Wishful thinking in art and design, Somerset House, London (2008); Museum für Gestaltung, Zurich (2008); and Centre d’art contemporain, Geneva (2007). The Intervals exhibition and the Public Art Fund program mark Gander’s first solo institutional presentations in New York.

Intervals
Fast-paced and modest in scale, Intervals is an experimental series launched in spring 2009 that allows the museum to respond quickly to innovations and new developments in contemporary art as they arise. Conceived to take place in the interstices of the museum’s exhibition spaces, in individual galleries, or beyond the physical confines of the building, the program invites a diverse range of artists to create new work for a succession of solo presentations.

The exhibition series is funded by the generous contributions of the Intervals Leadership Committee. Chaired by Young Collectors Council member Jeremy E. Steinke, the group comprises high-level Guggenheim members who are committed to the realization of Intervals projects and who enjoy a privileged insight into the curatorial processes behind them.



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