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2019.09.30 實踐研究中「在地本體論」的創造性資源

更新日期:2019年10月1日

[北藝大博班實驗室 2019 系列講座 II] 邁向未知之境—————————————————————————————————————————

實踐研究中「在地本體論」的創造性資源


〖Creative Resources from ‘Local Ontologies’ for Practice-based Research 〗

講者: Made Mantle Hood | 國立臺南藝術大學民族音樂學研究所教授

與談: 許馨文 | 國立臺灣師範大學民族音樂研究所助理教授

時間:2019年10月7日(一) 15:30-18:30

地點:國立臺北藝術大學 基進講堂(圖書館3F,入口位於圖書館正門前石階左側)


*原定9月30日場次因颱風來襲,延期至 10 月 7 日,歡迎您的參與 。

人類學領域的本體論轉向(Holbraad 和 Pedersen 2017)包括為跨文化理論化提供解釋模式參照的多樣性。在交涉全球化的創意產業,研究者愈趨重視「在地本體論」作為架構藝術家作品集與創作論述產出的起點。實踐研究有諸多不同的認識論參照點與定義。作為創造性活動與學術研究協力前行的過程,研究結果也同時交替反映前述兩者。這場專題講座將探討表演及實踐研究模式作為研究作品集發展的潛力,它們可能啟發、汲取或切合於在地本體論。雙重音樂性的方法論及應用民族音樂學將被用於突顯那些涵蓋表演與實踐性的個案研究,這些案例來自印度、澳洲與印尼。


│關鍵詞│ 創造性作品集、本體論、雙重音樂性及應用民族音樂學


│講者│ Made Mantle Hood

國立臺南藝術大學民族音樂學研究所教授,同時為該校亞太音樂研究中心主任,專攻東南亞表演藝術研究。在獲頒德國科隆大學博士學位後,他曾服務於澳洲蒙那許大學、墨爾本大學、馬來西亞博特拉大學。他曾在許多專業研討會發表,例如國際傳統音樂學會。此外,他也曾為許多機構的訪問學者,包括香港中文大學、奧地利格拉茲大學、泰國朱拉隆功大學、高雄師範大學、印尼日惹藝術學校、馬來西亞蘇丹依德里斯教育大學及馬來西亞國際音樂學院。他的論文在許多匿名審查機制的期刊出版,包括《馬來西亞音樂期刊》、《音樂與醫藥》及《澳洲音樂學》。他從 2012 年起擔任聯合國教科文組織國際傳統音樂學會印尼分會聯絡人,並將出任 2020 年第 6 屆東南亞表演藝術研究論壇緬甸蒲甘研討會程序委員會主席。


│與談者│ 許馨文

美國印地安那大學民族音樂學博士(副修芬蘭研究、傳播與文化),現任國立臺灣師範大學民族音樂研究所助理教授,曾任文藻外語大學國際事務系助理教授、中央研究院民族學研究所博士後研究員、印地安那大學「世界音樂與文化」課程副講師,亦曾兼任教於國立交通大學音樂研究所,任教課程含括民族音樂學導論、音樂產業專題、音樂多媒體的理論與實際、流行音樂史、田野採集、音樂與社會文化。研究重心包括建制化、認同展演、聲音媒介。他長期投身於芬蘭貝里曼尼(pelimanni)音樂與臺灣客家音樂歷史形構與組織文化的民族誌研究,近年來亦開始探究客家聖詩的創作與跨國流通、冷戰與臺灣聲響文化、應用音樂學的在地論述與實踐等議題。他曾於《全球客家研究》、《臺灣人類學刊》與《民俗曲藝》等期刊出版論文,亦多次於國際傳統音樂學會等研討會發表研究,並主持多項客家音樂相關研究計畫。教學研究之外,他同時致力於學術的社會實踐;曾任國家表演藝術中心國家兩廳院「我是這樣看世界」系列音樂會策展人(2011-2015)、文藻世界音樂節製作人(2017)。


│建議閱讀文獻│

Manifesto Poetico – Laboratory of Theatre Research and Productions

http://www.manifestopoetico.com/anthropology-content-creation


Monash University, Dept. of Music sample PhD in Performance Research

www.SamEvans.net.au/phd


Barton, Bruce. (2017). ‘Wherefore PAR: Discussion on a Line of Flight’. In Arlander, A. et. al. Performance as Research: Knowledge, Methods, Impact. New York: Routledge. p. 1-19.


Witzleben, Lawrence J. (2010). ‘Performing in the Shadows: Learning and Making Music as Ethnomusicological Practice and Theory’. Yearbook for Traditional Music (42): 135-66.

*講座以英文進行,採重點翻譯。

The ontological turn taken in the field of anthropology (Holbraad and Pedersen 2017) involves referencing a diversity of explanatory models for cross-cultural theorization. In the creative industries that negotiate globalization, researchers place increasing importance on ‘local ontologies’ as a departure point for framing artistic portfolio and written exegesis outputs. Practice-based research has multiple epistemological reference points and definitions. As a process where creative activity and academic research work in tandem, research outcomes reflect both areas in iterative cycles. In this seminar, performance and practice-based research models are explored for their potential in the development of research portfolios that may be inspired by, draw from, or actively engage with local ontologies. The methodology of bi-musicality and applied ethnomusicology will be used to highlight intersecting performance and practice-based case studies from India, Australia and Indonesia.


│Speaker│

Prof. Dr. Made Mantle Hood is resident professor at the Graduate Institute of Ethnomusicology at the Tainan National University of the Arts. He is Director of the Asia-Pacific Music Research Centre and specializes in Southeast Asian performing arts research. After obtaining his PhD from University of Cologne, he served in Monash University, Melbourne University, and Universiti Putra Malaysia. He has given presentations at professional conferences, e.g. International Council for Traditional Music. In addition, He has been resident professor in institutions including the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Graz University, Chulalongkorn University, Kaohsiung Normal University, Yogyakarta Arts Institute, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, International College of Music (Malaysia). He has published articles in numerous referred journals, including the Malaysian Music Journal, Music and Medicine, and Musicology Australia https://tnnua-tw.academia.edu/MadeManlteHood. He has been UNESCO-endorsed ICTM Indonesian Liaison Officer since 2012 and program chair for the 6th PASEA 2020 Symposium in Bagan, Myanmar http://ictmusic.org/group/performing-arts-southeast-asia.

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