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The Representative Artists

代表藝術家群_ 臺東工藝的南島精神


臺東在新加坡  FIND亞洲設計博覽會中展出內容包括三部分,第一部分為在地代表性品牌,遴選出臺東曙光藝術工作室 Taitung Shuguang Art Studio、米麻岸 Mima'an、九鳥陶燒工作室 Adisi Pottery、賽妃手作坊Sayfike、臺11藝術工作室Highway 11 Open Studio,共5家品牌,內容涵蓋金工玉石設計、毛球與編織、柴燒陶藝等自然媒材,工藝家也會親自在現場直接與觀眾交流。組在。

Taitung Shuguang Art Studio

Heading towards the rising sun

Centuries ago, ships regularly sailed between the inhabitants of Taiwan and the Pacific islands. The people of the eastern coast exhibited remarkable navigation skills as they traversed the expansive Pacific Ocean, covering distances from New Zealand in the south to Madagascar in the west, and even to Easter Island in the east. According to legend, the ancestral vessels of this community once ventured along the ancient "Jade Road of the Sea," carrying precious jade ornaments unique to Taiwan during that epoch. Through their maritime journey, these jade adornments found their way to various destinations, including Mainland Southeast Asia, Luzon Island, and Borneo.

Mao, Hao-Ya, and Lin, Sheng-Huo, the creators, possess not only impressive skills in metal and jewelry work but also an innate ability for storytelling. From an artistic vantage point, Mao's artistry illuminates the richness and diversity of Pangcah culture through the adept incorporation of cultural symbols and forms that shape identities and perspectives. In parallel, she skillfully weaves locally sourced materials (chiefly Taiwan's eastern jade, Taiwan jade, Taiwan Nephrite Cat's Eye, White Chalcedony, Blue Chalcedony, and Purple Chalcedony) with intricate silversmithing techniques, thereby infusing her creations with a personalized interpretation of the cultural narrative.

 material:metalworking, stone

Pasiwali 往太陽昇起的方向出發








O‘orip no fulad

Embracing the foundation of "Made in Taitung," Mima'an sets out to infuse the region's vivid hues into their product designs for everyday life. This endeavor draws inspiration from the cultural richness of the Amis people of the Dulan tribe and channels the artisanal wisdom of the older generation to shape a new era's distinctive trend. In their latest venture, Mima'an introduces the "O'orip no Aulad" series, focusing on home decor, as an avenue to express their perspective on contemporary living. The circular frame structure, meticulously crafted from pig iron in collaboration with a designer, elegantly melds with the characteristic Kunakung (multi-colored yarn balls) that are integral to the Amis culture of Taiwan's East Coast. This amalgamation captures the moon's ascent above the sea, accompanied by the varied intertidal moods and the terrain's chromatic palette. Each night, this composition subtly shifts, revealing new postures and emotions.

material:Mirror, Iron work, Wool fiber






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米麻岸Mima'an 是由三位分別是親姊妹及好友共同創辦,品牌背景來⾃台東都蘭部落的阿美族,三人⾃105年選擇返鄉後,熱衷與部落老人們學習傳統工藝,從十字繡到毛球創作、從織布到各種⾃然素材編織,從工藝到傳統習俗,⼀步⼀步拾回與⾃身文化的連結。

在文化面建立足夠基礎後,米麻岸Mima'an 運用視覺及空間專業設計,打破手工藝被侷限的視野放大發展,透過設計轉化及結構建立,讓傳統工藝不僅是穿戴用的飾品,讓品牌在前往商品化的面向發展。

米麻岸Mima'an 想讓更多人知道原住⺠的美好文化,能用美麗有趣的素材開心的創作著、能在部落生存下去並快樂的生活著,真的是⼀件幸福的事!

Adisi Pottery



author:Adisi Pottery

With a history spanning two decades, Adisi Pottery is a brand shaped by the creative vision of Zudweyl Ruvaniyao (Liao, Guangliang), a Paiwan tribesman hailing from Mudan Township, Pingtung. His ceramic artworks capture the essence of his ancestral culture. Beyond traditional clay vessels, his creations encompass a range of items, from daily utilitarian pieces to vessels indispensable for local tea and coffee culture, along with sculptural renditions inspired by the myths of the Palan site and public art installations. This showcased series is centered around the concept of communal vessels for tea, wine and coffee. Adisi Pottery employs wood ash obtained from local wood, allowing for tactile in graved patterns. Employing Japanese porcelain or Taiwan clay, these creations demonstrate the rare utilization of wood-fired techniques.




九鳥陶燒品牌成立已二十年,是由屏東牡丹鄉排灣族人廖光亮(Zudweyl Ruvaniyao)為主要創作者,陶藝作品延續他的母體文化特色,除了製作傳統陶甕之外,創作範圍從生活用器,在地產業飲茶喝咖啡所需的器皿,陶塑巴蘭遺址的神話發想到公共藝術都可以看見。這次分享系列作品,就是將茶、酒、咖啡的品嚐器皿與大家共享。九鳥陶運用在地薪柴的落灰,印襯出可觸摸出手刻的圖紋,搭著日本瓷土或是臺灣土為質地,是少見的柴燒作品。







Highway 11 Open Studio

Barnacle  Imagination

Creating with natural materials is a principle that Moussou steadfastly upholds. Beyond that, she sources materials from local farmers' loofahs, repurposed threads, discarded fabric from clothing waste, beachcombing finds, driftwood, twine, and iron wire. Proficient in knitting, interior decoration, painting, and crafts, Moussou's lampshades crafted from loofah may seem familiar, yet they take on distinctive shapes and captivating qualities under her hands. Through her approach to dyeing and structure, the lampshades become not only interchangeable and collectible but also adaptable to the rhythms of daily life and varied atmospheres.

Loofah, segment dyed thread, fishing thread