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妹岛和世《水明》装置亮相东京,听她讲述设计背后的故事

妹岛和世《水明》装置亮相东京,听她讲述设计背后的故事
编译:李博超 | 校对:李博超 | 2021.08.04 00:55
装置实景  ©Kazuyo Sejima & Associates

作为“PAVILION TOKYO 2021”系列项目的重要组成,由妹岛和世设计的装置《水明》也在本届奥运会开幕前正式亮相。一湾曲水缓缓流淌,又将寄托怎样的思绪?本文由妹岛和世建筑设计事务所授权发布,为你讲述设计背后的故事……

 

首先,我认为一个拥有历史底蕴的场地会更引人入胜。我希望以对过往的了解与学习,来建造更加美好的未来。这将是一个把过去、现在及未来紧密相连之地。

To begin with, I thought that a site with a historic background would be compelling. I wanted to study and know the past in depth, to then face and build the future. It was an occasion for the past and the present, but also the future, to be connected. 

 

俯瞰装置全貌  ©Kazuyo Sejima & Associates

旧滨离宫庭园是江户时期的一个大名庭园,经江户幕府历代将军多次修缮与美化。如今,在庭园内便可远望新桥与汐留如背景般矗立的摩天大楼,我相信这也是一个能让我体验到东京两面性的地方——感受历史与现代。

The Hamarikyu Garden is a daimyo garden of the Edo period. It has been landscaped and renovated many times by successive shoguns of the Edo shogunate. Nowadays, from the garden, you can see the skyscrapers of Shimbashi and Shiodome standing in the background. It’s a site where I could interact with two dimensions of Tokyo: both historical and modern.

 

我既回想起东京城市版图的扩张,又追忆到场地的过往——乡村中的幕府猎鹰场。在庭园内,我们选择从建于明治初年的旅馆延辽馆展开设计,这里也曾为一处宴请待客的盛地。

I think about the expansion of the city of Tokyo while I sense the countryside it used to be - falconry grounds for the shogunate. Within the park we chose the site of the guesthouse “Enryokan”, constructed in the early Meiji era. It is a place of hospitality.

 

概念草图  ©Kazuyo Sejima & Associates

庭园现已成为一处与水共存的公园,有着诸多可以亲近的水景,比如一处潮池和两处鸭池。我们想以一种现代的方式为引入水景,同时我们也保留了平安时代寝殿造庭园中kyokusui(曲水)的氛围。

The Hamarikyu Garden is already a park that coexists with water: there are many ways to enjoy water within the park, such as ponds made of seawater and two duck fields. In this landscape, I wanted to introduce water in a way that reflects present times, but keeping in mind the kyokusui (a waterway in the Shinden-zukuri garden of the Heian period).

 

装置实景  ©Kazuyo Sejima & Associates

水是所有生命中无法剥离的一个元素。常用于和服设计中的流水图案有着不同的象征意义,例如洗去灾难与痛苦,象征干净与纯洁,以及寓意对火的“净化”与抵御。

Water is an irreplaceable element in life. The patterns of running water, often used in Kimono, have different symbolic meanings, such as “washing away suffering and disasters”, “flowing water is clean and pure”, and "purification and protection from fire".

 

就装置本身而言,远远望去,草地上的水流似乎是静止的,但当走近细观,又能发现它在缓缓流动。它不断改变着自身的形式,象征着过去、当下与未来之间的联系。

As for the installation itself, the stream of water on the grass seems to be stationary when viewed from a distance, but as one approaches it, it is possible to see that it is actually flowing quietly. By appearing to be simultaneously fixed and constantly changing, the flow of water represents the past, the present and the future. 

 

装置实景  ©Kazuyo Sejima & Associates

镜像水道中的浅水闪烁着光芒,它倒映着周边的松梅,也显现着邻近的建筑。“水明”指的就是在日月照耀之下,那闪耀着美丽光斑的清澈之水。我希望通过这个不断变化的水面,构想出一个既能反映东京的过去,又能联想到光明未来的图景。

The shallow water in the mirrored waterway shines brightly. It reflects surrounding pine and plum trees, as well as neighbouring buildings. The title “Suimei” is a word that signifies how limpid water shines beautifully in the light of the sun and the moon. My hope is to be able to imagine a bright future through this surface of water, one that reflects the past of Tokyo while also continuously shifting.

 

就如鸭长明在《方丈记》序言中讲述的一样,我希望创造出这样的一幅图景:“浩浩河水,奔流不绝,但所流已非原先之水。河面淤塞处泛浮泡沫,此消彼起、骤现骤灭,从未久滞长存。”[1]

I would like to portray the scenery as Kamo no Chomei wrote in the prelude of his book “Hojoki,” “The flow of the river is ceaseless; and its water is never the same. The foam that floats in the pools now gathering, now vanishing never lasts long. So it is with man and all his dwelling places on this earth.”

 

鸟瞰庭园与城市  ©Kazuyo Sejima & Associates

 

注释:

[1] 译文引自 [日] 鸭长明 吉田兼好  王新禧 译《方丈记·徒然草》,长江文艺出版社

 

完整项目信息

Suimei / Kazuyo Sejima, PAVILION TOKYO 2021

PAVILION TOKYO 2021 is organized by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), and Executive Committee of Pavilion Tokyo 2021, as a part of Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL Special 13.

Date: July 1st -September 5th, 2021

Planning and Production: WATARI-UM, The Watari Museum of Contemporary Art

 


 

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