Ania Gilmore「HIGH ON LIFE」|永續時尚之旅

|Category:Accessory design
|Material:Korean Mulberry paper
|Technique:Joomchi
|Year:2015-2023 (Edition)
|City, Country:Barcelona, Spain

Ania Gilmore

/Artist 藝術家/

Born in Warsaw, Poland Ania Gilmore is an awarded fiber artist, educator and an independent curator (USA and internationally). Her work was shown at the Bojagi Forum 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2023, Chojun Textile & Quilt Art Museum, and Hangaram Art Museum in Seoul, Korea, Fuller Craft Museum, Fitchburg Art Museum, New Bedford Art Museum and From Lausanne to Beijing International Fiber Art Biennale in Tsinghua University Art Museum in Beijing, China. Her works are in public and private collections in Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Hungry, Iraq, Japan, Korea, Lithuania, Monaco, Poland, Romania, Russia, Switzerland, UK, Ukraine, and USA.

出生於波蘭華沙的Ania Gilmore是一位獲獎纖維藝術家、教育工作者和獨立策展人(美國及國際)。她的作品曾在2014年、2016年、2018年和2023年的Bojagi Forum、韓國的Chojun Textile & Quilt Art Museum和Hangaram Art Museum展出,以及在美國的Fuller Craft Museum、Fitchburg Art Museum、New Bedford Art Museum以及在中國北京清華大學藝術博物館舉辦的從洛桑到北京國際纖維藝術雙年展中展出。她的作品被收藏於澳大利亞、奧地利、加拿大、法國、德國、匈牙利、伊拉克、日本、韓國、立陶宛、摩納哥、波蘭、羅馬尼亞、俄羅斯、瑞士、英國、烏克蘭和美國的公共和私人收藏中。

Perspectives on Tradition and Future, Sustainability and Fashion, and Life.
關於傳統與未來、永續與時尚生活的看見

Mulberry paper used in my work comes from sustainably managed forests that act as carbon sinks absorbing carbon dioxide. Paper companies harvest wood in a sustainable fashion, ensuring no loss of forest land for future generations. Trees can also be replanted and reduce wildfire risks. Paper is sustainable by being easily recycled, reducing the need for virgin timber, which mitigates deforestation.

我的作品中使用的桑葉紙來自可持續管理的森林,這些森林作為吸收二氧化碳的碳匯。紙業公司以可持續的方式收割木材,確保未來世代不會失去森林土地。樹木也可以重新種植,降低野火風險。紙張的可持續性在於它易於回收,減少了對原始樹木的需求,從而減輕了森林砍伐的情況。

Gilmore-High on Life-Detail

The Concept and Description of the Work關於參展作品的創作動機與設計理念

I love paper!The secret of paper making migrated in the third century from China, to Vietnam, Tibet and by the fourth century to Korea andJapan. Joomchi is a traditionalKorean technique of feltingMulberryfibers(Hanji).The process is quite meditative and joyful, even though it requires lot of energy and strength. Joomchi enables me to play with the structure, to alter the properties of the fibers from smooth leather-like to strong textural paper. Iaminterested in creating pieces that can be changed or adjusted in the process while the basic fiber content remains present. Since nothing in life is permanent, the idea of deliberately working with impermanence of paper seems very natural. 

我喜歡紙!紙張製作的秘密在公元三世紀從中國傳入越南、西藏,到了公元四世紀傳至韓國和日本。Joomchi 是一種傳統的韓國技術,用於毛桑纖維(Hanji)的氈毛。這個過程相當冥想和愉悅,即使它需要大量的能量和力量。Joomchi 讓我可以玩弄結構,改變纖維的性質,從光滑的皮革狀到強韌的紋理紙。我對創作可以在過程中變化或調整的作品感興趣,而基本的纖維成分仍然存在。由於生活中沒有什麼是永恆的,故意地與紙的無常性合作的想法似乎非常自然。