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2018.4.3 / 身體現代主義

更新日期:2018年4月12日

主講:于昌民 ( 愛荷華大學電影系博士候選人,中國《電影藝術》期刊特約編輯)

時間:4月3日(二)13:30-16:30



身體現代主義

Corporeal Modernism


自從1990年代初以來,身體與體感經驗躍上了電影理論的前景,成為分析影片時不可忽略的重要面向──梅洛龐帝與德勒茲的思想都在這樣的演變當中佔有重要的一席之地。然而,二十多年以來,身體作為媒介的地位仍然沒有學者進一步釐清,更別提身體的形象是如何在電影史當中起了不同的功能。本次演講將聚焦於重構電影身體在理論與歷史上的地位。透過梳理電影理論當中諸多繁雜、相互矛盾的學說(及其哲學根據),我將釐清電影身體的概念範疇,更進一步分析再現的身體與觀眾身體之間的現象學和倫理關係。從歷史上來說,人類身體的形象在所謂的「身體電影」當中最為彰顯。我將這股「身體現代主義」的潮流源頭追溯回1960年代的現代主義電影,並闡述其在不同的國族脈絡當中的演變,以便找出其顛覆的潛力。簡而言之,身體的現代主義是在電影史當中某種對於身體-影像的技術以及倫理意識。


This talk aims to rearticulate the cinematic body as a critical and historical object. I clarify what the cinematic body is by illustrating the phenomenological and ethical relationship between the represented bodies and the audience’s body. This is done through examining the scholarship on the body in cinema and their philosophical and theoretical lineage. Historically speaking, the representation of the human body is most pronounced in the so-called body cinema. I retrace its emergence—what I call corporeal modernism—back to 1960s cinematic modernism and work through its evolution in different national contexts in order to foreground its subversive potential. Corporeal modernism is the technical and ethical awareness of the body-image located in the history of cinema.


關鍵詞: 現代主義電影、現象學、倫理學、身體作為媒介、身體-影像、三體問題

│講者介紹│

于昌民, 美國愛荷華大學電影系博士候選人,著作散見於《電影評論》(Film Criticism)、《影片與錄像季評》(Quarterly Review of Film and Video)、《歐洲媒體研究期刊》(NECSUS: European Journal of Media Studies)和《影迷檔案》(The Cine-Files),學術翻譯(包括了梅茲、李歐塔、巴贊及艾爾索沙等)則多刊於《電影藝術》和《藝術觀點》。近來研究方向包括了身體電影、數位電影及形體分析。


Chang-Min Yu is a PhD candidate in the film studies program at the University of Iowa. His articles have appeared in Film Criticism, Quarterly Review of Film and Video, NECSUS, and The Cine-Files. He has also translated the works of André Bazin, Jean-François Lyotard, and Christian Metz into Chinese. His current research interests lie in corporeal cinema, digital cinema, and figural studies.

│建議閱讀文獻│

de Baecque, Antoine. “Le lieu à l'œuvre: Fragments pour une histoire du corps au cinema.” Vertigo 15 (1996): 11-17.

Richmond, Scott C. Cinema’s Bodily Illusions. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2016.

Scarry, Elaine. The Body in Pain: The Making and Unmaking of the World. New York: Oxford University Press, 1985.


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