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10月 ─ 虛擬實鏡,在地記憶

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紀錄片讓我們看見被這個世界幾近遺忘的人事物,它能讓觀眾感動與深思、懷想與行動。本期專題從「記憶」出發,探問紀錄片憾動人心的本質,也企圖描繪紀錄片如何走進常民生活實踐,並捕捉總是帶著攝影機全台四處修行的導演們,不意遺落在真實世界裡的多情絮語。

目錄

論辨空間

01 多元宗教.多元價值

撰文│魏明德

讀未來

04 用傾聽改變世界

撰文│錢佳緯

06 人籟部落格

整理|發行部 撰文│林民昌

專輯

企劃|林民昌、林小可

10 引言

12     你有冇搞錯──揭開「紀錄片」九大迷思

文|黃雅惠

14 從窺伺記憶到共享記憶──重構紀錄片的哲學底蘊

撰文│林民昌

22 從政治宣傳到百花齊放──台灣紀錄片百年大事紀

整理|吳思薇

28 搖滾吧!紀錄片──紀錄片與台灣社會再造

撰文│林怡君

38 影武者x10──台灣紀錄片導演列傳

撰文|林小可、黄雅惠、林民昌

國際

52     かわいい屬於誰?──從《可愛力量大》談到「大人かわいい」現象

撰文|uedada

人文論辨

58   戰爭之後 歸返之前──烽火蹂躪後的全球性環保困局

撰文│ 馬莉Marie Delaplanche

作品

64 藝術 C’est la Vie!──水影舞集藝術總監譚惠貞專訪
撰文│
吳思薇

藝術

70 遊藝.換帖.交朋友──利瑪竇在晚明的書法文化觀察

撰文|吳國豪

城市

78 一步一腳印──看臺北縣如何縮減數位落差

撰文│林民昌、吳思薇 攝影|林民昌

影像與想像

86 在夢裡尋找現實

撰文│臥斧

書評

92 你買了什麼「東西」?

撰文│HOW 攝影|林民昌

96 無名為天地之始
撰文│王道還 攝影|林民昌

Published in 人籟 2010
Thursday, 03 April 2014 00:00

9月─ 槍聲若響

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對多數人來說,「死刑」的存廢並不造成困擾。但這並不表示它就與人們無涉。「死刑」的存廢,除了意味著一個國家對於犯罪者的態度,也意指這個國家所面臨的歷史情境。而在個體情境上,死刑則代表了恐懼和憤恨、後悔與傷痛,這些都是被死刑所提鍊出來的人性。

(封面影像構成/灰)

目錄

論辨空間

01 如果每個人都不怕死

撰文│江漢聲

讀未來

04 ECFA後的台港民主運動

撰文│丘德真

06 「弱勢發聲」是民主的最基本價值

撰文│管中祥

08 向夢想蠕行前進的大蟲

撰文│林民昌

人籟事件簿

10 從文化志業到信仰實踐──耕莘文教院院長杜樂仁演講紀實

撰文|吳思薇

12 人籟部落格

專輯

14     引言

16     站在不被信任的天平上──張娟芬、許家馨對談 

遠離喧嘩,讓我們坐下來,傾聽彼此的的論據。

撰文、整理|周盈成、吳思薇  

24 世界死刑地圖

一眼掌握世界死刑概況 。

撰文│吳思薇

26 刑前一刻眾生相

刑場內外,每個人都是演員,每個人的表情都承載著極端的人性。

撰文│周盈成  攝影│Franklin Henderson

30 罪與罰之外的人性告白

在罪惡、復仇與憎惡之後,人性依然活躍,也許感傷,也許溫暖。

採訪、整理│周盈成、吳思薇

36 死刑不是終極解藥

他們每天都要面對受刑人與被害人,也因此,他們看見國家象徵性刑罰之外的真實需求。

採訪、撰文│吳思薇

42     釐清廢死爭議,從慎刑再出發

更謹慎地約束死刑,便是更謹慎地約束國家權力過度膨脹。

撰文│何澄輝

48     國家暴力與社會暴力──淺談轉型正義與廢除死刑的關係

死刑的存在與否,往往與轉型正義的實踐息息相關。

撰文|吳叡人   攝影|周端雅

52 美國死刑的特異形式

每一種刑罰背後,都有其特殊的歷史過程和社會背景。

撰文│周盈成  攝影|林民昌

56 槍響後,再思死刑議題

槍響或許能終結犯罪者的生命,但並不是每一槍都能解決犯罪及處決後所遺留的社會問題。死刑存廢爭議不只是關乎刑罰條款,更關乎我們期待一個怎麼樣的社會。

撰文|周盈成   攝影|周端雅

人文論辨

60 公民行動再進化──從法律層面來看未來社會運動的模式

撰文詹順貴   攝影林子凌

64    書寫希望微光

小說家菲立普.克婁代專訪

撰文│賈翊君

心靈地圖

70 以家族互愛為基礎的宗教對話

撰文、照片提供|范寶文(Paul Farrelly)    翻譯|林天寶

72 未歸的遊子
撰文│蔡逸軒 攝影│Канопус Киля

74 軟弱卻剛強
撰文│鷴鳥 攝影│Bruce Fritz

國際

76 藝術,從行動開始!──印尼Perfurbance國際行為藝術節
撰文│聶克(Nick Coulson)  編譯│吳思薇  

作品

82 藍孩子的故事
撰文│伊格言

影像與想像

90 純粹,方能永恆──從《K-20》內在核心看金城武銀幕形象

撰文│鄭秉泓

96 挑撥偽善世界的神經

撰文│686

102  理性剪夢人

撰文│安傑樓

書評

106  航向知識邊境的歷史旅程

撰文│果子離

Published in 人籟 2010
Thursday, 03 April 2014 00:00

7月-8月─ 我行我舞

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跳舞,是情緒的表達、是創意的展現,是靈魂和身體相互融合後的歌唱。本期《人籟》以九個在地舞團與一個實驗小品為例,邀請讀者一窺今日台灣舞蹈的多變風貌。

(封面攝影/金成財)

目錄

論辨空間

01    肢體、舞蹈和療癒

      撰文|江漢聲

讀未來

04 照顧,不只是一種責任

撰文|王增勇

06 廉價外勞挽救台灣經濟?

撰文|吳永毅

08    人籟部落格

專輯

10    前言

14  身感時空變,舞祭天地人──無垢舞蹈劇場

定而後能靜,靜而後能緩,緩而後能沈;當身體隨著時空流轉,當下此刻,便是永恆。

撰文|吳思薇

20    聆聽身之音,欲辨已無言──光環舞集

回歸純粹的動作,傾聽內在的聲音;言語無法表達的,就用身體表現吧!

撰文|吳思薇

26    扎根土地,而後展翅高翔──流浪舞蹈劇場

舞蹈該如何與觀眾溝通?什麼樣的觀眾願意和創作者溝通?且看流浪舞蹈劇場如何以新台式舞蹈劇場吸引觀眾。

撰文|吳思薇

32    歌聲樂舞從山海走來──原舞者

他們從森林、海洋走來,要用孕育自大自然的歌聲、肢體,舞出充滿生命力的野味!

撰文|林思慧  攝影|黃裕順

38    馳騁舞台,大展雄風──驫舞劇場

大男孩的活潑嬉鬧與豐沛能量,成了「驫舞劇場」向前衝刺的最佳燃料!

撰文|吳思薇 攝影|陳長志

44    昂首挺胸,用熱情禮讚生命──精靈幻舞舞團

擁抱熱情,走過人生逆境,佛朗明哥讓你看見最真實的自己。

        撰文|吳思薇

50  世界,就在你的腳下──舞工廠舞團

當舞鞋在地板上敲出迷人節奏,水袖在空中畫出飄逸線條;充滿東方味道的踢踏舞,要給你視覺和聽覺上的雙重驚喜!

撰文|吳思薇

54    性感搖擺做自己──Rock in Hose Burlesque搖滾絲襪

讓我們跟著Rock in Hose在流光溢彩中盡情搖擺,一起用身體舞出自信與魅力!

撰文|吳思薇

58  在異鄉底層綻放生命之花–黃蝶南天舞蹈團

她的北國之舞,在南方化為一縷清泉滲入土地最深處,催放出萬紫千紅。

撰文|吳思薇 攝影|陳又維

68 當音樂與舞蹈相遇──《2304+壹》:施惟傑vs.李潔欣

讓我們回歸音樂與舞蹈的單純交會,重新發掘表演藝術的各種可能。

撰文|吳思薇

人文論辨

70    衝突年代尋找和平希望──作為文明對話基礎的全球倫理

        演講者|Stephan Schlensog 翻譯|復旦大學哲學學院利徐學社

心靈地圖

78    渡過海洋,乘著愛飛翔

        撰文.攝影|周富美

國際

82    所以,我們決定要喊口號──淺談英國育兒相關福利

當願意為人父母的台灣夫妻愈來愈少,讓我們借鏡他方,觀察英國人如何省錢育兒。

        撰文、攝影|李怡道

影像與想像

90    全景流轉下的家國寓言

        撰文/686

96  生存,是創作的隱喻

撰文/黃以曦

104 孤獨的靈魂都知道

撰文|臥斧

書評

110  傳奇待續

        撰文|傅科白

114  野犬之美──森山大道的攝影散文

撰文|陳寧

Published in 人籟 2010
Thursday, 03 April 2014 00:00

6月 ─ 聖經劇與靈修之路

 

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藉由強調自發性與創造性的聖經劇和靈修,本期《人籟》將與您一起進入自我探索的旅程,尋找內心深處無窮的創意與可能,並介紹心理劇如何在台灣生根茁壯。準備好了嗎?就讓我們一起做一趟心靈伸展操!

(封面繪圖/Nakao Eki

目錄

論辨空間

01 讓生活更簡單

撰文/魏明德  翻譯/鍾長均  攝影/夏晚森

讀未來

04 大學生素質一代不如一代?

撰文/劉恆妏

06 歐巴馬新外交,告別帝國

撰文/王明德

08人籟部落格

專輯:心靈瑜珈──聖經劇與靈修之路

10 引言

撰文/吳思薇  繪圖/Nakao Eki

14 創造性人物的啟示

讓「我必須」成為「我可以」,讓限制不再成為捆綁的枷鎖,並與造物主一同遊戲。

撰文/Eckhard FrickMargret Fühles  翻譯/王榮輝

22 在遊戲中尋找天主

依納爵式的靈修是在扮演天主、找尋天主。祂隱藏在創造物裡,邀請人們參與遊戲並在所有事物中找到祂的存在。

撰文/Eckhard FrickMargret Fühles  翻譯/王榮輝

30 讓圖像成為輔助

靈修者心中會產生秘密的選擇原則,這是一種在精神上辨別圖像的能力,一種積極的想像力。

撰文/Eckhard FrickMargret Fühles  翻譯/王榮輝

34 從暖身開始

雖然內心的怪獸或許比較喜歡賴在躺椅上,聆聽一場關於聖經劇理論的演講,但經過暖身練習後,這已經是不可能了。

撰文/Eckhard FrickMargret Fühles  翻譯/王榮輝

38 人生與聖經互相詮釋

每個人的人生故事與聖經,正如擁有不同理解力的人的對話,若對話夥伴互相尊重,彼此就可能達到視野融合。

撰文/Eckhard FrickMargret Fühles  翻譯/王榮輝

44 獨角戲喚醒內心圖像

透過獨角戲,所有人都可以讓圖像在內心之眼升起。藉由這樣的幫助,可以讓被輔導者狀況的每個面向更加清晰。

撰文/Eckhard FrickMargret Fühles  翻譯/王榮輝

48 聖經劇靈修

人們對聖神敞開心胸,聖神向練習者顯示關於天主的事,還有創造出練習者生命的情形;而人們則在祈禱中加深了這樣的見識。

撰文/Eckhard FrickMargret Fühles  翻譯/王榮輝

56 特別時刻的演出

當我觀察天主如何在我身上起作用之際,在驚奇與感恩中,心便自己開啟了。

撰文/Eckhard FrickMargret Fühles  翻譯/王榮輝

60 機會與界限

在靈修和心理劇中,個人與團體一同發展。若用別的話來說:那些真正通向自己、通向屬於自己真實的人,同樣也通向他人。

撰文/Eckhard FrickMargret Fühles  翻譯/王榮輝

68 心理劇在台灣──專訪賴念華教授

莫雷諾的心理劇如何在台灣生根茁壯,長出自己的面貌?且讓我們一同見證這段由國內外心理劇工作者共同創造的奇妙旅程!

採訪、撰文/吳思薇

作品

74 含道映物天地心──李金遠繪畫讀後

撰文/羅青 圖片提供/上海太陽虹畫廊、李金遠

國際

82 彩虹國度的足球夢

終止種族隔離政策後的南非,是否能藉由主辦世足賽的契機,成功跨越種種困境,讓這個彩虹國度在國際舞台上熠熠發光?

撰文/Joyce Lin

影像與想像

88 藍領之子,邊緣發聲──2010年法國安古蘭國際漫畫節大獎得主巴會

撰文/lilou

92 無懼的真愛

人到老來,方領悟「真愛無懼」,時猶未晚……

撰文/686

書評

98 房子即人生

撰文/雷恩

100 加盟創業一場空?

撰文/林宗弘

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Photos from the Sunflower Movement in Taipei, which has seen the Legislative Yuan occupied since March 18 and has seen street protests in and around the main protest site. Here are some of the more colorful satirical posters and artwork featured at the protest. Photos by Gaelle Dieudonne.

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The sign to the left says "Go Maca'rong, I choose you!'" surrounded by pokeballs with Ash from the Pokemon series in the top right corner. Along with a picture on the right that portrays Ma as half deer/half dog. The deer references comes from what the highly educated elite that are internet users see as an unforgivable lack of common sense from President Ma Ying-jeou: he thought that the term "lurong", which are young deer antlers used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, referred to the fine hairs inside a deer's ear... (心虛). The second character "rong" is then combined with Ma (the president's name) into a word that sounds like Macaroon (which are for some reason ridiculously popular in Taiwan) - and which evidently sounds like a pokemon name to Chinese ears. Go figure... Ma Ying-jeou is portrayed as a dog, because they think he's being led by Xi Jinping like a dog led by his owner.

 

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The sign at the bottom center says "Being polite to a dictator, is being cruel to yourself".

 

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After seemingly being mistaken for a protest registration counter (perhaps an indicator of the almost anal precision with which protesters have organized themselves - complete with recycling bins) the media tent was forced to post this notice: "Media area, not protest organizers".

 

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Some posters featuring common slogans from the protest, among which are: "non-violence!", "Don't cry, Taiwan!" "Go Peace and Love!", "Reject the opaqueness of the trade-in-services pact!" (the last one is catchier in Chinese).

 

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The poster to the left appears to be a mock up of a fake magazine cover entitled "New News", the headline runs: "oppressive crackdown to protect trade-in-services pact " along with a photo of a bleeding protester. This I assume is an attack on the way some media outlets have covered the protests - accused by protesters of being "fake news" if they disagree with anything the media outlets print. The newspaper article in the centre is real, with an sign on the side of it which declares "People and the Gods should both be angry" To the right above a sign which says "Brutal police are killers" (though no deaths have actually been reported), is a caricature of pro-pact leaders including Ma Ying-jeou (left), Hsiao Chia-chi (second left I think) along with Jiang Yi-huah (I assume). Cant' read the sign on the far right because the writing is too small - but one can assume its something appropriately bombastic.

 

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What looks like a wanted poster featuring the country's beloved president taped to a punching bag, ironically enough with a poster decrying police violence below it: Police brutality; Dictatorial governance; Democracy stained with blood" with a woman boxing Ma's face with a boxing glove. Voodoo counts as violence!

 

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An eager student draws a sunflower on a sign which says 「太陽花理法院」in what I assume is an intentional misspelling of 立法院 (Legislative Yuan), although the significance escapes me.

 

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A banner screams "Protect Democracy", with the famous mask from V for Vendetta and a dove, alongside the English Peace Forever.

 

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Ma Ying-jeou holding a club - meant to represent the party whip - bullying KMT members into voting for the pact - ie jumping into a mass grave. And who said the students were being over dramatic about the pact? Beside the cartoon there is a sign which questions, why the panda pictured is also opposed to the pact? One can only assume that Taiwanese are willing to overlook its Chinese heritage. The comic is by Hunter (lieren).

 

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To the left we can see immortalized the moment when Chow Mei-ching (Ma's wife) let her guard slip and shouted at her husband while press were watching, saying "你很奇怪耶你!" or "You're so weird!". In the centre is a picture of Ma Ying-jeou with the word "mummy's boy" beside it (Mabao) and a picture of King Pu-tsung, former ROC representative to the US, now Secretary-General of National Security Council of the Republic of China, with a homonym for "mummy's boy" which means "President Ma's darling", a reference to tabloid speculation that the two are lovers.

 

IMG 1471These photos of the clearing of the Executive Yuan with water hoses in the Apple Daily (which incidentally is the only paper which has been consistently selling out in 7-11s over the protest period) has the headline, "Police steal back the Executive Yuan" - below the newspaper page is a sign which says "Police brutality: dictatorial governance!".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Another mock-up magazine cover to the left, called Tragic Record, announces that "As soon as the trade in services pact passes, we can say goodbye to the Taiwanese people", under the poster of the sunflower is President Ma with deer horns (The deer references come from what the highly educated elite that are internet users see as an unforgivable lack of common sense from President Ma Ying-jeou: he thought that the term "lurong", which are young deer antlers used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, referred to the fine hairs inside a deer's ear) inside a black box (standing for the opaqueness with which the students feel the pact was passed) with the words "Take back the trade in services pact, oppose the black box."

 

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This was one of the more interesting posters from the movement. The depiction of Christ on the cross is accompanied by a flippant "Do you believe in God!? Why not just come to the student movements instead!". The bottom poster is a flattering portrait of Ma Ying-jeou himself, with "Let the people come to the student protests!!! I'll pretend to be blind and deaf and betray the public!!"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ma Ying-jeou is pictured here with the term for the leader of the Hong Kong SAR zone (teshou), a reference to the fact that many of the student protesters fear that Taiwan will "become the next Hong Kong".

 

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Another flattering antler sporting portrait of Ma with Makarong written on the top, (The deer references comes from what the highly educated elite that are internet users see as an unforgivable lack of common sense from President Ma Ying-jeou: he thought that the term "lurong", which are young deer antlers used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, referred to the fine hairs inside a deer's ear. The second character "rong" is then combined with Ma (the president's name) into a word that sounds like Macaroon (which are for some reason ridiculously popular in Taiwan). The bananas in the bottom right corner, refer to a mistake by commentator Chiu Yi, who mistook the sunflowers students were holding in the legislative yuan for bananas supplied by the DPP as part of their secret conspiracy to... supply the students with bananas.

 

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The largest sign says "The country belongs to the people, the people shouldn't fear the government, the government should fear the people." Along with a cheeky "Oppose black box" (a reference to the opaqueness with which students believe the trade in services pact was passed through the legislature), and a "protect democracy".

 

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The top sign says "goods" and below it says "save your own country".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"Are you still human?" asks this poster of President Ma, bedazzled as he is by a Chinese flag which has infected him and turned him red, with a starry crown.

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