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1600貓熊世界之旅

1600 Pandas World Tour

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1600貓熊世界之旅

1600 Pandas World Tour

從貓熊帶出台灣瀕危動物議題的創新藝術展

世界自然基金會(WWF)的法國分會在2008年為了慶祝成立35周年並且推廣瀕臨絕種動物保育的觀念,特別邀請法國藝術家Paulo Grangeon創作貓熊造型的裝置藝術作品,推出「Pandas on Tour」貓熊裝置藝術展,風靡歐洲。

2014年,我們將裝置藝術作品引進台灣,從台北出發,從本島到外島,從城市到偏鄉,這群以回收紙、傳統紙雕技法做成的保育代言人,讓台灣看到了結合「環保議題」、「藝術創作」的策展,發揮極大化影響力的可能性。

我們透過紙貓熊、紙黑熊、其他隱藏版台灣特有保育動物紙模型及保育資訊的展示,讓參觀民眾意識到瀕危動物保育的重要性。

展出亦結合本土瀕危動物的教育資訊、在地文化特色地景地貌,加上民眾親身參與及溝通,加深在地特色的認識及認同。

此外,更舉辦「黑白雙熊全台趴趴走」偏鄉校園巡迴活動,深入台灣40所小學,用這群可愛的嬌客敲開孩子心中的門,再透過一整天的保育教育課程,將保育觀念與知識悄悄的深植在孩子們的心中。

An innovative art exhibition that brings out the issue of endangered species in Taiwan through pandas

The French Branch of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) promoted the conservation of endangered species in celebration of its 35th anniversary in 2008, inviting specifically French artist Paulo Grangeon to produce installation artworks of pandas. Hence, they presented “Pandas on Tour” that created a buzz throughout Europe.

In 2014, we introduced the installation artworks to Taiwan. Starting from Taipei, it traveled from the main island to the offshore islands, and from cities to rural areas. These pandas made of recycled paper and traditional paper art techniques became ambassadors of nature conservation for Taiwan to witness an exhibition with “environmental issues” and “artistic practices” combined to maximize the potential impacts.

Through the exhibition of paper pandas, paper Formosan black bears, and other secret paper animals that are protected endemic species in Taiwan as well as relevant information of conservation, visitors were made aware of the importance of endangered species conservation.

The exhibition also incorporated the educational information of local endangered species and featured landscapes in the local cultures. Along with the on-site participation and exchange with visitors, it strengthened the knowledge and identification with local features. 

In addition, “Tour of Black/White Bears in Taiwan” was organized on the school campuses in the rural areas. We went into 40 elementary schools to open the doors to the hearts of these kids with this lovely group of special guests.

Meanwhile, with a one-day conservation education program, the seeds of ideas and knowledge of wildlife conservation were sowed at the hearts of these children.

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