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Title: 对峙与对焦中飞翔 :《凤凰》语境网络内的双重性 = Confrontation and convergence in flight : duality in the networked (Con)text of “Phoenix”
Authors: Zhou, Hao
周 昊 Zhou, Hao
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::Literature::Chinese
DRNTU::Humanities::History::Asia::China
DRNTU::Visual arts and music::Visual arts
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: “凤凰”是承续丰富文化意蕴的象征符号,亦是徐冰与欧阳江河借以容纳其艺术想象的载体。两人分别以装置艺术与长诗的形式探索时代与人在当今中国的处境,并在象征、文本,社会三层语境中有明显的互渗与互文性。目前有关两个文本的研究,仍各别停滞在学科范围内的有限与封闭解读,难以洞察两者之间互为表里的特质与共通性。本文尝试填补此研究空隙,通过对两个文本的跨媒介互看,敞开对话空间。以凤凰符号的追蹑与当代中国脉搏衔接文本首尾,从意象到现象,微观到宏观的全景式论述。展示贯穿始终的对峙与对焦元素,辩证地梳理文本内外吊诡式的双重性特质。“Phoenix” is a symbolic sign embodying rich cultural sentiments, as well as a carrier that Xu Bing and Ouyang Jianghe harnessed to encompass their artistic imagination. The duo used installation art and long poetry respectively to explore the relationship between men and his era against the backdrop of modern China, sharing salient intertextuality at all three contextual levels: symbolic, textual and societal. Existing research on these two texts, however, restricts itself within the boundaries of disciplinary fields, resulting in limited and closed interpretation. The aim of this paper is to fill this research gap, by juxtaposing the two texts in cross-disciplinary perspective, I seek to open the dialogical space for conversation, and by stringing the texts with Phoenix symbol’s trajectory and pulses of contemporary China, from imaginary to phenomenon, micro to macro perspective, this paper seeks to present the permeating element of convergence and confrontation, and dialectically untangle the paradoxical duality within and beyond the texts.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10356/66204
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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