Erenlai - Renlai Issues 人籟論辨月刊

Friday, 11 January 2013

末日沒來,想像未來─ 獨立雜誌的數位化契機

數位,總給人繽紛喧騰的印象,在發光的螢幕上,在出版的未來裡,需靜心細讀的獨立雜誌,能不能占有一席位置?

撰文、攝影│林佳禾
圖片提供│傅瑞德、老貓



Thursday, 03 January 2013

異口同聲,從不是他們的追求 :《人籟》裡的人籟

  有一個地方鬧哄哄,你是否能聽見雜音之外的世界?《人籟》論辨月刊走到了百期,裡頭的人從不安靜下來。如果《人籟》做到了某種理想性,絕非憑空而來。如果《人籟》能夠繼續想像美好,那必定是有一群特別的人還在,一群相信雜音無價的人。

撰文、攝影∣汪正翔、蕭如君

Thursday, 03 January 2013

當恐懼築起了高牆 ─ 美國康州小學槍殺悲劇的省思

  近日美國康州小學發生的槍殺案,讓爭議已久的槍枝持有問題再度炙熱化。然而,除了聚焦於能否合法擁有武器的攻防上,我們或許更應停下來思考,是什麼讓人們變得如此憤怒、冷漠與恐懼?


撰文∣黃舒楣(美國華盛頓大學建成環境學院博士)

Thursday, 03 January 2013

故事的真相:《少年Pi的奇幻漂流》

  一個少年、一隻老虎、一艘救生艇,一段可能沒有明天的海上漂流。最終帶領少年超越絕境,得以奇蹟般倖存 的,是上帝的至高力量,還是己身的意志與勇氣?而你,相信的又是哪一個?

撰文│嘉世強 劇照提供│福斯電影 


Wednesday, 02 January 2013

《簡單.困難.生活節》 :雨天午后與一位搖滾青年漫談

  為了讚頌已獲致的,人們辦節;為了祈求渴望的,人們也辦節。當簡單生活變成一種節慶,簡單的美好,是被我們握在手心?或是在困難中苦苦追尋的迷夢?

撰文|蕭如君 攝影|蕭如君、汪正翔

  

Wednesday, 02 January 2013

危機萬萬歲!

  99期雜誌發行期間,《人籟》曾度過許多危機,這些磨難與淬煉,賦予團隊成長的養分,也讓我們有力量得以繼續前行…… 

撰文│魏明德 
翻譯│謝靜雯 
繪圖│笨篤
 

Wednesday, 02 January 2013

寂寥的喧嘩眾聲 ─《人籟》總難彈同調?

  當我們擁有數千家超商伸手可及的書報牆,當我們擁有大型書店宛如藝廊展場的雜誌區,我們還需要一本什麼面貌的雜誌?

撰文∣黃哲斌
攝影∣林佳禾

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Long Live Crisis!

In January 2004, a new monthly appeared on the shelves of Taiwan's bookshops: Renlai proclaimed on its front cover: '危機萬歲!" (Long live crisis!) Let's face it: the layout was not very professional, and it was something more approaching an experiment, lacking an experienced team or serious distributing channels. Nobody around us would have placed a bet that 99 issues later, this maverick publication would still be around... The readers are to be credited first for their faithfulness and resilience. The efforts of the team that has produced and distributed Renlai every month too must receive some credit, a team that believes more than ever in the relevance and mission of our publication in contemporary Taiwan.

By entitling our first issue '危機萬歲!" (Long love crisis!), we were, I fear, predicting our own destiny: it is through crises and risks that we have navigated our way amidst stormy seas, always in the face of an uncertain financial future and a market in which it is most difficult to assert our values and outlook. We found joy and inspiration in these challenges, however. Our first issue extolled the virtues of crises: it is in a state of crisis that we access the core of our beliefs, we learn resilience, we are taught what it means to bet on hope against all hope, we make our life-style simpler, we are pushed to examine ourselves, we are trained in the virtues of solidarity and cohesion. This is exactly what happened to us, and what we are still experiencing from day to day. However, it has to be said that the title of our first issue still seems very relevant for the Taiwan of today? The challenges that Taiwan experienced in 2003-2004 are not exactly akin to those we are facing at the moment, but we are still called to examine our values and life-style, there is still the call to participate in national debate about what kind of society we want to build – and Renlai is still a tool and a voice for fostering just such a debate.


A crisis is often a gateway to innovation and Renlai will indeed need to be inventive if it wants to survive. We have changed a lot in the course of these 100 issues, but we will have to change even more on the road ahead. Therefore this issue is also aimed at soliciting your advice, your input, so as to know better what kind of publication you would enjoy, what kind of debates you would like us to foster, what format or new technology would you like us to embrace. We hope that the future can be forged together with you the readers– as we experience together the reflection and innovation that crises inspire. In a way Renlai's changing format can be seen as a litmus test for Taiwan's cultural climate and the strength of civil society here.

An anniversary is always an opportunity for thanksgiving. This issue will be marked with our gratitude. We give thanks to all our readers for their support and their continued feedback. Thanks for telling us what you expect from us, thanks for being demanding of us, and pushing us to give our best. Thanks to all the members of the Renlai team for the mutual support, the sharing, the dreams and the common effort. We keep in our heart those who had to leave us in the course of these last nine years, and we are very much thankful for the wonderful contribution that each of them has made. The crises may still loom on the horizon but we feel still ready to say: "危機萬萬歲! (Long live crisis!)

Wednesday, 05 December 2012

正常的獨特


如果每個人都是獨特的,為什麼我們還會有「不如別人」的痛苦?

 

談到教育時,最常被提及的原則之一是「尊重差異,適性發展」。這原則假設了一個前提:每個人具備殊異性,是獨一無二的個體。的確,我們也願意相信自己是無可取代的,唯有如此,「我」才能是「我」,而不是那個能隨便代入的「誰」,這樣的我才具有存在價值和意義。

Wednesday, 05 December 2012

消滅之前,請先憶起身世 ─ 師大巷弄生活的昔與今


師大商圈的住商對立,僵持已近一年,
一處商攤匯聚之地,生活與生計之間,究竟如何有個道理?
在判定生死之前,且先喚醒一些被遺忘的歲月......

 

撰文|白裕淇(「還我優質師大生活圈」部落格主)

Wednesday, 05 December 2012

南島藝術遠航

2012年的最後一個月,接連三期與您談論太平洋的最後一個月,我們想說說藝術──當代的、南島的,藝術。

《人籟》並不是專業的藝評刊物。若說要引領您賞析藝術創作,大談晦深的美學理論,甚至點評創作者的藝術成就,肯定難以到位。好在,這個時代有個叫約翰.伯杰(John Berger)的英國人說:「觀看不只一種方式」(way's'‭ ‬of seeing)。這為我們開了一扇巧門。

翻過這一頁,我們即將採取的「觀看」藝術的方式,是為您說說一段遠航的旅程,一些出現在旅程中的人、事、物,以及這些人、事、物背後的時代與社會脈絡。我們將不可能談得完整,更說不上透澈,但希望能帶出一連串關鍵字──人名、作品、地點、機構、事件、年代──讓「為什麼要談當代的、南島的,藝術?」在您讀罷之後,成為一個繼續開展的問題。

太平洋,或許真的是人類世界的最後一塊「祕」境。但神祕在於:數百年來,它一直是「被觀看」的對象。從地理大發現開始,大洋以外的世界看到了它身上的香料(財富)和土地(權力),於是如賜恩澤似地說要帶來文明,而登堂入室。一如我們在十一月號專輯中為您介紹的索羅門群島──一個如今連名字都來自於數千公里外的古老傳說的地方。大洋以外的世界也透過太平洋重構了自己。一百多年來,現代人認識自身的重要系統性知識──人類學──很大程度亦透過剖析太平洋社會來建構理論,至今依然。一如我們在十月號專輯為您介紹的多位台灣新生代田野觀察者及其研究。

沿此視角,十二月的藝術眼睛顯得重要。藝術創作是主動的創造,觀者得以從中窺見創作者眼底的世界,若談太平洋是為了翻轉視角,那藝術創作無疑是其中最富想像力的一副眼鏡。本次專輯將呈現台灣當代的原住民藝術一段行有多年的旅程,以及這段旅程航向太平洋一個最新的停佇點。旅程當然還沒完,您,今後是否一起共乘?

* 本專輯特別感謝高雄市立美術館的鼎力協助。

宜德思.盧信,〈靈魂在暗示性的空間裡唱著獨白的歌〉,2010(圖片提供/高雄市立美術館)

Wednesday, 05 December 2012

我在這裡看見你

─在新喀里多尼亞的導演手記


 

生命是一連串巧合與意外。在法屬新喀里多尼亞的棲包屋文化中心,台灣原住民藝術家、紀錄片導演與當地人相遇了,他們開展出預料之外的震盪共鳴——原來,在不同名字的背後,有著那麼相似的生命遭遇......

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