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本篇出處 女學學誌 41 2017.12[民106.12] 頁105-146
篇名 臺灣原住民女性藝術創作:生命故事與族群意識的再現
作者 許如婷
中文摘要   台灣原住民女性身處「族裔」與「性別」的多重邊緣身分,經常為社會忽視與遺忘。原住民女性從事藝術創作,不論人數和活躍程度都遠在男性藝術家之下,且因其創作向來與生活結合而幾乎總是被貶抑為「工藝」,甚至在台灣藝術史中鮮少留下紀錄。   有鑑於此,本研究以原住民女性藝術創作者為主題切入,探討其藝術作品如何再現女性的生命經驗/故事與族群認同。本文發現她們透過藝術作品圖像描繪自己的生命故事和歷程,並視創作為自我療癒與敘寫的過程。她們擅長於創作中以圖騰、符號與意象傳達自己對族群/部落的認同。在原住民的身分下,她們歷經離開部落生活,不斷遷移、游離的過程,因而寄情於創作以尋根、找尋身分。此外,在族群認同方面,她們以部落為創作場域,開闢工作室、工作坊,藉由集體藝術行動凝聚部落意識,傳承原住民文化。
英文摘要   Taiwanese aboriginal women living in their multiple-identity of the "ethnic" and "gender" have been long overlooked and generally forgotten by our society. Aboriginal women engaged in artistic creation, regardless of their numbers and the level of their activity, have been represented far less than the male artist. Their artistic creation has always been understood as a part of everyday life, being classified as “craft” in a derogatory way. There are only a few mentions of aboriginal women in Taiwan’s art history. Therefore, this research looks forward to probing into Taiwanese aboriginal women’s art as its theme, exploring how their artistic expression manifests their life experiences, life stories, and tribal identity. The historical context and relevant existing literature of Taiwanese aboriginal women’s art will be reviewed. It will be shown that through their art they express their life stories, and that this expression also serves as narrative therapy. They also transmit the consciousness of their tribal identity through the use of totems and symbols. Regarding research methods, the research will employ textual analysis, and in-depth interviews with Taiwanese aboriginal women artists. It will try to analyze aboriginal women’s art and their life experiences, showing aboriginal women’s art creation as part of their gender awareness, memory, and cultural identity even as they are separated from their traditional tribal life and forced to migrate. Finally, this project will be an interdisciplinary, cross-cutting one, combining issues of indigenous peoples and women/gender, and art and cultural identity-oriented research. The most important goal is to outline a complete picture of Taiwanese aboriginal women’s art.