小花 門裏門外 家_寫真 
These Flowers. 
in between the doors and memories hometown photography




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 「眷村」是什麼? 為什麼要關注「眷村」? 
「眷村」是極為特殊的時代產物,廣義來說,是指臺灣自1949年起至1960年代,中國大陸各省的中華民國國軍及其眷屬,因第二次國共內戰失利而隨中華民國政府遷徙至臺灣後,政府機關為其興建或者配置的村落。它不僅是1945年以來最重要的政治性移民社區,更為臺灣最重要的新住民的社區之一,是臺灣非常重要的歷史文化資產,其中,由於眷村中包含許多中國不同地域的多樣文化的特色,就研究台灣史面向來說,將會是非常珍貴的關鍵參考資料。對於很多臺灣人來說,眷村文化的形式跟這些社區的空間,是真實的生命記憶,也是文化的認同,更是曾經共同擁有的土地記憶。因此,臺灣眷村保存是刻不容緩的!



「小花 門裏門外 家寫真」 計畫緣起
近年隨著老舊眷村改建條例施行,台灣老眷村紛紛頹圮、改建,眷村正從臺灣地圖上漸漸消失,因而喚醒人們對於眷村特殊文化價值與歷史記憶保存的反思。而在屏東保存最完好、具高度文化資產價值的「屏東縣東港共和新村」即將面臨拆遷之際,從小在此長大、已是眷村子弟第三代的臺灣知名音樂專輯設計師—方序中對於台灣眷村去留議題非常有感觸,遂而決定攜手時尚攝影師—蘇益良發起此次計畫,期能拋磚引玉,喚起大眾關注台灣眷村土地文化逐漸消逝及臺灣大時代社會記憶保存之議題。




「小花 門裏門外 家寫真」 計畫內容 

1. 線上募資(攝影集 & 限定設計商品回饋)
 ▪ 眷村文化保存議題 + 視覺設計專長
 ▪ 與亞洲最大群眾募資平台flyingV合作籌募

2. 募得費用全數作為「保留眷村土地影像之互動主題攝影展」規劃執行使用
 ▪ 保留眷村土地影像之互動主題攝影展
 ▪ 地點: 台北地區第一個眷村—「四四南村公民會館」
 ▪ 時間: 2015/09/26-2015/10/25 (為期約1個月)
    為呼應及強化眷村保存的珍貴性及喚起民眾正視文化消失後的不可逆性,
    本攝影展所有展品將會於展覽結束後,全數銷毀




「小花 門裏門外 家寫真」 募資及計畫成果

  1. 於2015/07/03-2015/09/06募資期間,獲得近500位民眾響應參與,總計募得新台幣684,695元,達成率高達1%
  2.「小花 門裏門外 家寫真」Facebook粉絲專頁自2015年6月正式上線至同年9月底,短短四個月已擁有5,910名粉絲,目前持續增加中


在臺灣,眷村保存議題並非可由單一個人或組織即可解決,需要結合政府與民間的力量長期規劃、共同研擬合適的因應方案。而目前臺灣許多積極關注眷村保存議題的族群年齡層約50-60歲以上、曾於眷村長大及生活之經驗的民眾,如何擴大關注此議題的族群 也是本計畫的一大目標考量,因此,我們選擇運用近年獲得高度關注的新興發聲平台—群眾募資flyingV,並與多個臺灣知名、深受台灣年輕族群喜愛的設計風格品牌,合力開發相關設計商品回饋,喚起更多不同族群對於臺灣眷村保存之關注與好奇,進而了解此議題。

眷村文化不僅僅是臺灣的土地記憶,更是臺灣民眾的共同時代記憶,透過眷村保存行動,展現對臺灣文化歷史發展與土地記憶之關懷與尊重,藉此思考都市發展與台灣土地文化共存之可能性及必要性。本作品從計畫發起人—臺灣知名音樂專輯設計師方序中—「家」的故事開始,整個發想、籌備到實際執行過程中,透過對談、講座、專訪、平面及網路宣傳文宣品等方式,凝聚不同領域專長人才(包含攝影、平面設計、商品設計、文字企劃、影像、展覽策畫、行銷宣傳及網路等)自願以不支薪方式投入參與,共同完成本次計畫外,更讓四四南村眷村文物館首度開放場地空間供本計畫相關影像/作品進行為期一個月之展出 ( 平時為不對外開放租借 );同時,更成功引發關注,將眷村保存及臺灣土地關懷議題擴大至台灣設計圈與更多創意工作者及年輕族群。

另外,本次計畫運用了全然顛覆以往的方式進行臺灣眷村保存與土地關懷議題關注。從「家(眷村)」的故事與正在消失的「家(眷村)」,引領民眾思考「家(眷村)」的存廢議題,並透過一張張「家(眷村)」的照片,述說一個個關於「家(眷村)」、關於這個土地歷史記憶的故事,同時推出攝影集及相關周邊設計商品,每個商品注入不同的「家(眷村)」的意義,讓參與民眾共同擁有這土地記憶並再次反思,整個計畫訴求不悲情也不激情,卻在每個階段持續累積內斂而強大的土地關懷力量

期望本計畫能成為臺灣眷村保存及臺灣土地關懷議題的全新開始,引發臺灣其他地區單位正視臺灣眷村保存及臺灣土地關懷議題,並實際研擬規劃,讓珍貴的臺灣土地記憶可以被永續留存。

未來,我們將繼續將臺灣眷村保存及臺灣土地關懷議題擴大至更多年輕族群、更多土地角落,並提高民眾參與度。因此,本計畫結束後,將以”喚起年輕族群對家的重視、珍惜當下”為理念,發起「臺灣眷村線上攝影展」計畫,邀請全臺對攝影有興趣的年輕朋友們回「家(眷村)」拍照,將拍攝之照片上傳至專屬網站平台展出,藉由年輕族群間的口碑及同儕影響力,讓本計畫由點而線而面的方式,持續延伸、觸及更多不同族群,最後擴散到臺灣這塊土地的所有人!


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【設計團隊】

  ▪ 視覺設計:究方社 - 方序中、吳建龍、呂瑋嘉、畢展熒
  ▪ 平面攝影:蘇益良
  ▪ 動態影像:陳虹任、吳仲倫、蘇聖揚
  ▪ 策展規劃:方序中、王宗欣
  ▪ 音樂總監:王榆鈞
  ▪ 活動規劃及展場聯繫:小小
  ▪ 文字撰寫:李若君
  ▪ 英文翻譯:崔香蘭
  ▪ 社群宣傳:謝坤達

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These Flowers. in between the doors and memories
hometown photography exhibition]


What Is “Juàncūn”? Why Are We Focusing On Juàncūn?

“Juàncūn”, written in Chinese as 眷村, is a military dependents’ community. Generally speaking, juàncūn is a community in Taiwan built during the late 1950s to 1960s. Juàncūn served as provisional housing for the Republic of China (ROC) soldiers and their dependents who retreated to Taiwan due to Kuomintang’s (KMT) defeat of Chinese Civil War. In the cultural history of Taiwan, juàncūn is not only the most important cultural / political migrated community but also the most important new settlers’ community. Due to the reason that juàncūn’s residents came from various parts of Mainland China, the community indirectly preserved the uniqueness of each province. Juàncūn holds a crucial role in studying Taiwan history and culture. For many people in Taiwan, juàncūn is their real life experience, cultural recognition, and their memories of this land. Preserving juàncūn is very crucial.



The Project [These Flowers. in between the doors and memories hometown photography] (These Flowers.) Started With…

As the government began an aggressive juàncūn demolishing program, these communities began to suffer from problems such as dereliction, abandonment, and relocation. Juàncūn is slowly disappearing from Taiwan cultural map. This consequence has motivated people to reflect on juàncūn’s cultural meaning. This project started with a story from Pingtung, the southernmost county of Taiwan.
The most well-preserved and cultural-valued juàncūn in Pingtung is the Pingtung Donggang Gonghe New-Village. As a matter of fact, this juàncūn is now facing demolition. Joe Fang, a well-known record cover designer in the Mandarin Chinese music industry, who is the third generation of juàncūn residents, has spent his childhood in this very community. Fang is aware of the importance of juàncūn. Seeing his hometown going through the demolishing process, he invited the notable fashion photographer Yi-Liang Su to co-curate this project. Hoping by using their public influence, more people would know the importance of juàncūn culture.



[These Flowers.] Project Outline

1. Online Crowdfunding
 ▪ Combination of juàncūn culture preservation & designing concepts
 ▪ Collaboration with flyingV, a notable crowdfunding platform
 ▪ Funds go to our juàncūn preservation project: “These Flowers. In between the doors and Memories hometown     photography exhibition”

2. The Exhibition
 ▪ Holds at the first juàncūn of Taipei: Shih-Shih Southern Community
 ▪ Dates from September 26 to October 25, 2015.
 ▪ All the exhibits would be destroyed right after the exhibition: to call people’s attention on the value of           
    preserving juàncūn culture and the irreversibility of culture vanishing



[These Flowers.] Crowdfunding and Project Achievement

1. During the two-month crowdfunding period, more than five hundred people participated, funded for
    NTD 684,695 (114.1% of the achievement rate)
2. Facebook fanpage of [These Flowers.] have attracted 6,000 likes within four months.

Juàncūn preservation issue is hard to solve. The issue requires a long-term collaboration between the government and the people. Nowadays, those who focused on the issue are mostly veterans and former juàncūn residents aged above 50s. Expanding the target audience has become another challenge of this project. We’ve tried ways to approach many people as possible: using the recent rising crowdfunding platform flyingV, developing merchandises with several authentic designer brands that are popular among young people. In doing so, we hope to raise more attention to the issue.

Juàncūn culture is not only about history but a shared memory for people in Taiwan. Through this process, we hope to call people’s attention on the possibility and necessity between city development and culture preservation. Starting from the beginning of the project: brainstorming, planning, and executing, the project curator Joe Fang has attracted many volunteers to participate in this meaningful event in ways of interviews, talks, and creative promotion. Included Fang the curator himself, all the staff volunteered in an unsalaried way: photographers, graphic designers, merchandise designers, copywriters, filmmakers, exhibition curators, and promoters. It’s also the first time Shih-Shih Southern Community opened its space to cater for other exhibition (noted: the community compound is not open for any kind of purpose due to its permanent exhibition of juàncūn culture and history). The exhibition of [These Flowers] lasted a month. Fang has influenced and brought the preservation issue to people in the designing industry, music industry, and to the young generation.



This project used an overturning way in calling attention to juàncūn preservation. By using visual media and exhibits, the exhibition tells the story in a contrastive way: from the stories of current hometown (juàncūn) to the stories of disappearing hometown (juàncūn). The exhibits direct people to the issues of existence and non-existence, to invite people to enter the ownership of hometown, and to reflect juàncūn’s meaning to the self and the land.

Our vision is that this project could set a stepping-stone to juàncūn preservation and land-caring issue; further draws the government’s and the military’s attention. We hope to build the bridge between the government and the people and to finally develop juàncūn preservation plans, so that this treasured memory of Taiwan would last. Another online project would follow after [These Flowers]. The new project would be called “Taiwan Juàncūn Online Photography Exhibition.” The project is set to catch young generation’s attention to their hometown. We would invite people who are interested in photography, to take photos of their juàncūn hometown, and upload their works to our website. Having a goal in mind, we hope juàncūn preservation issue could be brought to light through the influence of the young generation, to touch more people, and cater care to every corner of Taiwan. 







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