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Title: 被挖掘的本土记忆 :戏剧盒的特定场域剧场(2007 年-2018 年) = Reminiscing the forgotten past : Drama Box’s site-specific performance (2007-2018)
Authors: 黄碧誉 Ng, Bi Yu
Keywords: Humanities::Drama
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: “记忆”承载着人民对于地方的眷恋,以及对于土地的身份认同。这或许与主流 历史中所记录的有些许的出入。历史上,从史丹福路的旧国家图书馆、梧槽坊组屋、 达哥打湾住宅区到珍珠苑私人公寓的拆迁。在不断快速发展的新加坡,城市变貌变得 家常。实体物质在民众生活中逐渐消逝,记忆会因不被记录而被遗忘。这些地方与建 筑物都是承载着民众的本土记忆与历史。但在面对国家发展时,这些地方与空间的命 运成为了一个值得探讨的话题。本论文将研究戏剧盒 2007 年至 2018 年的特定场域剧场对于记忆的寻访。探讨 戏剧盒如何以特定场域剧场的形式来讨论人民对于记忆、历史与空间之间的联系与关 系。并且给予一个更多面性的角度来关注新加坡的转变与历史课题。观众不再只是被 动的观戏,而是游走在新加坡街头巷尾反思和重新了解空间。也让民众开始审问新加 坡历史的由来,新加坡的群体建设。昔日所被视为象征着国家繁荣的符号,为何如今 被我们慢慢的遗弃与遗忘。The concept of memories is closely link to national identity, where national identity are social constructs that are rooted in historical material circumstances. Through various policies makeshift, familiar grounds are slowly forgotten, abandoned and demolished in the name of progress and national development. Demolition of historical landmarks and cultural sites has become a part and parcel of Singaporean life. However, there are still debates concerning about the ownership of our memories, history, heritage and national identity. This paper aims to study the efforts of Drama Box’s Site-Specific performance from 2007-2018 in forging collective and personal memories of Singaporeans. Through a series of thought provoking process connecting the historical past and sites with its performance in the present. The further exploration in search of our Nation’s real historical events intersecting with actual pasts. Allowing participants to reminisce and reflect on our shared experience of becoming and building Singapore as a Nation.
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