HFF 2020 講座 lecturers 

01. 維多利亞藝術家講座

Victoria Manganiello Artist Talk

SEP 1st UTC 13:00 - 14:00

維多利亞將分享她作為紡織品和技術藝術家的背景,經驗和靈感。 她結合了啟發其他纖維藝術家和電子紡織從業人員的先例和故事,並詳細介紹了她作為藝術家,設計師和教育家的工作。 演講之後將進行問答,您可以在演講之前通過訪問她的instagram(@victoriamanganiello)和網站www.victoriamanganiello.com了解有關她的更多信息。

Victoria Manganiello will share her background, experiences and inspirations as an artist working in textiles and technology. Contextualized with precedents and stories about other fiber artists and e-textile practitioners that inspire her, Victoria’s presentation will detail her work as an artist, designer and educator. You can learn more about her ahead of the talk by visiting her instagram (@victoriamanganiello) and website (www.victoriamanganiello.com)





02. 鍾國芳 有「構」厲害─植物學家的人類學之旅

Kuo-Fang Chung The Great Paper Mulberry — A Botanist’s pursuit of Pacific Anthropology

Sep 5th UTC 14:00 - 15:00


講南島語的人們(以下稱南島人)在太平洋島嶼上的定居結束了新石器時代人類擴張的最後階段。在歐洲殖民地擴張之前, 1250種南斯拉夫語是最廣泛使用的語言族,從馬達加斯加到復活節島,從西到東,從台灣到新西蘭,從北到南。最近有關古代DNA的考古學,語言學和人類基因組學數據越來越多地支持南島人散佈的“台灣以外”假說。但是,這種「農業語言傳播假說」仍然缺乏由南島祖先從東亞運送到大洋洲的共生作物和/或家養動物的遺傳學支持。紙桑(Broussonetia papyrifera)是一種原產於中國,台灣和印度支那的纖維狀,雌雄異株和雜草的樹種,被記錄在口述歷史中,由南極洲的祖先引入並克隆繁殖到大洋島嶼上,以製作樹皮,標誌性和南極物質文化的高度象徵性對象,代表了一種理想的共生物種,可以檢驗南極擴張和遷移的假設。根據遺傳和基因組數據,我們證明用於製作西班牙小吃的太平洋紙桑樹主要是雌性,起源於台灣,表明它是人為引入台灣的。使用完整的葉綠體基因組序列進行的最新系統發育分析表明,從台灣向東遠古到遠洋島嶼的古代引進年代學與人類學模型高度一致,為“台灣以外”和“農業語言傳播”提供了迄今為止最令人信服的民族植物學支持。南極擴張和遷移的假說。(建議進入演講前可以先預讀一下這個連結

The settlement of Pacific islands by Austronesian-speaking peoples (hereafter Austronesians) concludes the last stage of Neolithic human expansion. Prior to European colonial expansions, the ca. 1250 Austronesian languages were the most widely spoken linguistic family, ranging from Madagascar to Easter Island from west to east and Taiwan to New Zealand from north to south. Recent archaeological, linguistic, and human genomic data of ancient DNA increasingly favor the “Out of Taiwan” hypothesis for Austronesian dispersal. However, this “farming language dispersal hypothesis” still lacks genetic supports of commensal crops and/or domesticated animals that were transported by Austronesian ancestors from East Asia into Oceanic islands. Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera), a fibrous, dioecious, and weedy tree species native to China, Taiwan, and Indochina, was recorded in oral histories to be introduced and clonally propagated across Oceanic islands by Austronesian ancestors for making bark cloth, an iconic and highly symbolic object of Austronesian material culture, representing an ideal commensal species to test hypotheses of Austronesian expansion and migration. Based on genetic and genomic data, we demonstrate that Pacific paper mulberry used for making tapa is predominately female and was originated from Taiwan, suggesting its anthropogenic introduction from Taiwan. Dated phylogenetic analyses using whole chloroplast genome sequences indicate a chronology of ancient introduction from Taiwan eastward into the Remote Oceanic islands highly congruent with the anthropological model, providing so far the most convincing ethnobotanical support for the “Out of Taiwan” and “farming language dispersal” hypotheses of Austronesian expansion and migration.




03. 姚元元 不言布語的故事-中國貴州省傳統手工藝文化

Yao Yuang Yuang Unspoken fabric - Traditional Village Handcraft Culture From GuiZhou Province of China

SEP 6th UTC 14:00 - 15:00




講南島語的人們(以下稱南島人)在太平洋島嶼上的定居結束了新石器時代人類擴張的最後階段。在歐洲殖民地擴張之前, 1250種南斯拉夫語是最廣泛使用的語言族,從馬達加斯加到復活節島,從西到東,從台灣到新西蘭,從北到南。最近有關古代DNA的考古學,語言學和人類基因組學數據越來越多地支持南島人散佈的“台灣以外”假說。但是,這種「農業語言傳播假說」仍然缺乏由南島祖先從東亞運送到大洋洲的共生作物和/或家養動物的遺傳學支持。紙桑(Broussonetia papyrifera)是一種原產於中國,台灣和印度支那的纖維狀,雌雄異株和雜草的樹種,被記錄在口述歷史中,由南極洲的祖先引入並克隆繁殖到大洋島嶼上,以製作樹皮,標誌性和南極物質文化的高度象徵性對象,代表了一種理想的共生物種,可以檢驗南極擴張和遷移的假設。根據遺傳和基因組數據,我們證明用於製作西班牙小吃的太平洋紙桑樹主要是雌性,起源於台灣,表明它是人為引入台灣的。使用完整的葉綠體基因組序列進行的最新系統發育分析表明,從台灣向東遠古到遠洋島嶼的古代引進年代學與人類學模型高度一致,為“台灣以外”和“農業語言傳播”提供了迄今為止最令人信服的民族植物學支持。南極擴張和遷移的假說。(建議進入演講前可以先預讀一下這個連結

The settlement of Pacific islands by Austronesian-speaking peoples (hereafter Austronesians) concludes the last stage of Neolithic human expansion. Prior to European colonial expansions, the ca. 1250 Austronesian languages were the most widely spoken linguistic family, ranging from Madagascar to Easter Island from west to east and Taiwan to New Zealand from north to south. Recent archaeological, linguistic, and human genomic data of ancient DNA increasingly favor the “Out of Taiwan” hypothesis for Austronesian dispersal. However, this “farming language dispersal hypothesis” still lacks genetic supports of commensal crops and/or domesticated animals that were transported by Austronesian ancestors from East Asia into Oceanic islands. Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera), a fibrous, dioecious, and weedy tree species native to China, Taiwan, and Indochina, was recorded in oral histories to be introduced and clonally propagated across Oceanic islands by Austronesian ancestors for making bark cloth, an iconic and highly symbolic object of Austronesian material culture, representing an ideal commensal species to test hypotheses of Austronesian expansion and migration. Based on genetic and genomic data, we demonstrate that Pacific paper mulberry used for making tapa is predominately female and was originated from Taiwan, suggesting its anthropogenic introduction from Taiwan. Dated phylogenetic analyses using whole chloroplast genome sequences indicate a chronology of ancient introduction from Taiwan eastward into the Remote Oceanic islands highly congruent with the anthropological model, providing so far the most convincing ethnobotanical support for the “Out of Taiwan” and “farming language dispersal” hypotheses of Austronesian expansion and migration.





04. 馬可度些爾 奈米世界裡的材料黑客

Marc Dusseiller Hacking Materials on The Nanoscale

Sep 9th UTC 14:00 - 15 :00





在本課程中,學生將會被介紹納米級別的藝術領域,科學和工程學的融合學科。但是什麼是納米技術?它有望對全球健康,可持續能源和新型材料產生巨大的有益影響。同時,烏托邦的願景,科幻小說的情景和基本的擔憂正在社會中的討論中發生衝突。在整個課程中,我們將消除這些膚淺討論的迷霧,並通過動手活動來更緊密地把握小世界。我們將構建自己的簡單DIY(自己動手)光學和電子儀器,以了解有關納米粒子和納米傳感器的更多信息,如何「看到」它們,如何「聽到」它們。

During this course, the students will be introduced into the merging disciplines of art, science and engineering that meet at the nanoscale. But what is nanotechnology? It promises huge beneficial impact on global health, sustainable energy and novel materials. At the same time utopian visions, science-fiction scenarios and fundamental fears are clashing at discussions in society. Throughout the course, we will lift the fogs of these superficial discussions and through hands-on activities get closer to grasp the world of the small. We will build our own simple DIY (do-it-yourself) optical and electronic instruments to learn more about nanoparticles and nanosensors, how to “see” them, how to “hear” them.
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Slides:
Dusjagr on his personal background bridging disciplines from engineering, material science and biology. Building laboratories as a life-style. Overview of Hackteria | Open Source Biological Art.
https://www.slideshare.net/dusjagr/dusjagr-hff-intro

Short expedition into the nano-world, Nanohacking, examples of DIY methodologies into the nanoscale developed during NanoSmano, 2010-2012
https://www.slideshare.net/dusjagr/dusjagr-hff-onnanohacking