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2016 胡安•维利帕兰诺:摄影与知识 | 北京

海外课程  | 摄影与知识

课时:18课时,上午10:00-12:30,下午2:00-5:30

时间:8月31日-9月2日

讲师:胡安·维利帕兰诺(Joan Villaplana

学费:2100元

人数:15人

地点:三影堂摄影艺术中心,北京


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海外课程  | 摄影与知识

课时:18课时,上午10:00-12:30,下午2:00-5:30

时间:8月31日-9月2日

讲师:胡安·维利帕兰诺(Joan Villaplana

学费:2100元

人数:15人

地点:三影堂摄影艺术中心,北京


海外课程 | 工作坊 : 摄影与知识 

我们在生活中获得新型科技越多,意味着通过影像和我们相关的现实就越多。今天,我们获取知识的一个重要组成部分来自于摄影或影像。但是,摄影是通过他的视觉语言来服务知识的吗?什么样的现实再现了摄影?我们是不是远离现实?图像是我们新的现实吗?当图像在我们的生活中扮演着一个重要角色的时候,重新思考现有的摄影和知识之间的关系是迫切的。

 

这是一个关于摄影哲学的工作坊。我们将通过后现代的影像,并采用经典的西方关于摄影性质的方法论来讨论这个主题。

在工作坊当中,讲师 Joan Villaplana 将会讨论摄影师或艺术家的观点和现实中受众的现有关系:图像的制造者和观察者之间在这遇到摄影媒介的作用是什么?是现实创造了图像还是图像创造了现实?


工作坊以上午理论课、讨论与下午评论学员的项目的方式展开。并建议学员在工作坊之前阅读苏珊桑塔格的《论摄影》第一章“柏拉图的洞穴”。工作坊结束的学员將得到老师从欧洲设计学院(IED)马德里分院颁发的工作坊证书。 


对于工作坊的问题

工作坊中讨论经典的西方关于照片的性质的方法是什么? 
Joan:我将谈谈西方对图像、图片和照片的定义。西方经典的方法意味着,我将谈论摄影的现代概念,通过作家苏珊桑塔格,约翰伯杰,VILém Flusser或汉斯·贝尔廷,等等。 

如何解释“从照片中获取知识”。 
Joan:研讨会的主旨是:“现实创造图像或做图像创造现实?“。通过这个开放的问题,我们将讨论有关摄影哲学。我们将处理现代时代的照片与现实之间的关系,以及后现代时代的现实与照片之间的新的复杂关系。今天,摄影是一种交流的语言,是获得关于现实的知识的一种方式。但打开的问题是,如果这方面的知识是从图像创建。那么,现实是从图像创造的吗? 

主题中的“知识”是指什么,或者是什么样的知识? 
Joan:知识意味着我们如何感知和思考现实,通过图像服务的信息。我们通过图像了解现实,而不仅仅是通过文本。那么,当代摄影的作用是什么呢?



海外课程 | 工作坊 : 摄影与知识 

时间:8月31日-9月2日

讲师:胡安·维利帕兰诺(Joan Villaplana)

学费:2100元

人数:15人

地点:三影堂摄影艺术中心,北京

 

适合人群

该工作坊适合摄影领域的学生和专业人士,任何领域的摄影或出版部门的摄影师和艺术家。

希望专攻艺术摄影的理论和实践的专业。美术,视听传播,宣传,新闻,艺术史或人文科学的毕业生或在校生。


导师介绍

胡安·维利帕兰诺(Joan Villaplana)

毕业于巴塞罗那庞培法布拉大学,现任教马德里欧洲设计学院与巴塞罗那设计高等学院,教授美学与艺术摄影兼摄影课程(Photography in Course)顾问。他的作品参展2008中国平遥国际摄影大展、中欧摄影之屋(伯拉第斯拉瓦)、流明基金会(布达佩斯)、罗兹摄影节、考纳摄影节或爱尔兰摄影节。出版的书籍《大都市》荣获2008纽约摄影节最优写真奖提名。

个人网站:www.joanvillaplana.com




报名方式

报名咨询:education@threeshadows.cn 

或致电:+86 18030137230(郭老师)/ 0592-6372135  

地址:中国北京市朝阳区草场地155号A号




胡安·维利帕兰诺作品


Metropolis











In the Shadow of Two Shores






En ambos lados




出版过的书籍《大都市》


http://haveanicebook.com/book/metropolis/

 

PHOTOGRAPHY AND KNOWLEDGE:

This workshop is about philosophy of Photography. Its leitmotif is "Does reality create images or do images create reality?". From the classical Western approaches about the nature of photographs, it will be analyzed how we know through images after the Postmodern times.

 

Here it comes a summary of the contents:

The more the new technologies get in our life, the more we relate with reality through images. Today, an important part of the knowledge we obtain comes from photographs. But, does Photography serve knowledge through its visual language? What kind of reality recreates Photography? Are we distancing from reality? Are the images our new reality? To rethink existing relations between Photography and knowledge is urgent when images are playing an important role in our life.

During this three/four/five-day workshop, IED faculty member Joan Villaplana discuss about existing relations between the photographer’s (artist’s) point of view and the reality of the spectator: What is the role of the photographic medium in this encounter between the image-maker and the observer?

During the first day, participants will learn about the abstract and controversial idea of “reality”, and how new technologies have managed to re-shape this concept, once and for all. On the second day, will learn Modern approaches to photography dealing with time. Finally, the Postmodern condition of image and new approaches towards a more suitable theory of photography aesthetics will be presented and discussed with the participants. 

 

Who should apply:

The workshop is addressed to both students and professionals in the field of photography: Photographers and artists in any field of photography or Publishing Sector. Graduates or students
of Fine Arts, Audiovisual Communications, Publicity, Journalism, Art History, or Humanities who want to specialize in the theory and practice of Fine Art Photography. 

 

JOAN VILLAPLANA (1976)

 As a visual artist, Joan Villaplana (Manresa, Barcelona) works in photography and video. Graduated from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Humanities (branch of Thought, 2002), starts his studies in Photography in GrisArt School in Barcelona, extending them afterwards in different states in the School of Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie, in Arles, France (1997, 2002 and 2004).

He teaches aesthetics and Fine Art Photography in Idep Barcelona (Universitat Abat Oliva), in the European Master of Fine Art Photography of Istituto Europeo di Design in Madrid, in the Master in Photography and Design in Elisava (Barcelona) and he is adviser to Photography in course (A Bao A Qu),  StartFragmentan extended educational project to include the photography language in schools, high schools art spaces and museums.EndFragment

He has been guest lecturer in the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, in the Beijing Institute of Graphic Comunication and in the University of Inner Mongolia (China).

 

Solo exhibitions:

2011 Metropolis. Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya, Vic

2008 Metropolis. Central European House of Photography, Bratislava

2008 Metropolis. Lumen Photography Fundation, Budapest

2006 Fondali Metropolitani. Galeria Lipoli&Lopez, Roma

2006 Metropolis. Hiriko irudiak 2002-2005. Euskal Herriko Arkitektoen Elkargo, Bilbao

2005 Metropolis. Escenaris urbans 2002-2005. Col. d’Arquitectes Catalunya, Manresa

2003 Interiors. Galeria Puigcerdà, Puigcerdà

 

Group exhibitions:

2010 Thrown at the wall. CityArts, Dublin

2010 Kaunas Photo Festival

2010 PhotoEspaña 2010. Comunidad de Madrid / Sala el Águila, Madrid

2008 All Inclusive. New Spanish Photography. China Pingyao International Photography

Festival, Pingyao

2007 All Inclusive. New Spanish Photography. Lodz Art Center, Lodz

2006 Import/Export. Centro Cultural de España, Guatemala Capital

2004 Making off. Escences reversibles. Centre Cultural el Casino, Manresa

2004 Descubrimientos. Museo Municipal de Arte contemporáneo, Madrid

 

Film and Video Productions:

2011 Small World (Screenplay and direction). 50'

2009 La Deixalleria (Photography Direction). 40'

2015 Foscúria (Photography Direction). Llargmetratge de ficció en procés d'edició. Guió i direcció de Joan Jordi Miralles.

2014 A l'ombra de dues ribes (video instalation).

2011 Sonates del misteri (video instalation).

2009 La Deixalleria (Photography Direction). 40'

2008 Camí imperial a l'harmonia suprema (video instalation).

 

Awards:

Nova Església. Performance Premi Tendències 2014, Regió 7.

Grant Research and creation for the project Mystery Sonatas, National Council for the Arts and Letters, Catalan Government, 2010.

Notable nominee for the Photobook Award 2008, The New York Photo Festival

Grant Research and creation for the project In the Shadow of two shores, National Council for the Arts and Letters, Catalan Government, 2008.

Oficial Selection Descubrimientos 2004, Festival Internacional de Fotografía y Artes

Visuales PHotoEspaña

 

Bibliography:

Villaplana, Joan. Metropolis. Barcelona: 2008.

Ferenc, Tomasz; Studzinska, Joanna (ed.). Swiatlo i Mrok. Eseje o fotografii hiszpanskiej. Lódz: Fundacja Edukacji Wizualnej, 2007.

Foto Festiwal. 6th International Festival of Photography in Lodz. Lodz Art Center, 2007

Neumüller, Moritz (Ed.). Import/Export. Guatemala: Centro Cultural de España, 2006

Domènech, Xavier; Villaplana, Joan. Manresa Viva. Manresa: Angle Editorial, 2002

 

He has worked in projects about the Spanish Civil War along the Ebro River, the borders of the Spanish exile, the emigration from Guatemala and nowadays he is working about the music by John Cage and Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber researching links between music, video and picture.

He has also contributed in newspapers and magazines as Le Monde Diplomatique (Lisboa), La Vanguardia (Barcelona), Financial Times Deutschland (Hamburg), The Wall Street Journal (New York), Il Corriere della Sera (Milano), Prensa Libre (Guatemala), Etiqueta Negra (Lima), On Diseño (Barcelona) and Surface (New York).

 

Links:

www.joanvillaplana.com

http://haveanicebook.com/book/metropolis/