2006 Migration Music Festival Plus
5th流浪之歌音樂節

Migration Plus 流浪之歌續攤 II 售票活動 Tickets Admission
和平•人權•無國界 Crossings: Peace and Human Rights

10/10 11:00~21:30
@華山文化園區
Huashan Culture Park(台北市八德路1段1號 No 1, Sec.1, Bade Road, Taipei)

※入場500元,全日活動 Tickets NT500 for all activities


延續流浪之歌音樂節「無國界」的概念,【和平•人權•無國界】以和平與人權為主題,策劃了一整天的活動。新世紀到來後,因為九一一的恐怖攻擊而使得中東問題與美國角色再度受到注目。只是在諸多限制下的台灣國際新聞,呈現出來的圖像偏頗而獨斷,不僅未能增進民眾的了解,也間接地使世界各族群之間,因為誤解而加深仇恨。


「不管從哪個戰壕裡,抬頭看到的都是悲傷的天空。」(《戰火的彼岸》 by Soul Flower Union

【和平•人權•無國界】邀請長期進駐以巴戰區,關注種族、和平議題的香港記者張翠容策劃「和平•人權之窗」,內容包括日本報導攝影家森住卓(Takashi Morizumi),將展出一系列戰爭與環保議題的作品。而對談方面,除森住卓外,張翠容邀請曾遭伊拉克士兵俘虜的人道救援工作者高遠菜穗子(Nahoko Takato)等人,從實地參與的戰地經驗開頭,論述和平權利在當今世界的急迫與重要性。試圖為台灣當權者高喊多時,以英語為中心的國際化注入新的內涵,打開一扇通往世界的人權窗戶。

晚間,「音樂肥皂箱」集合多位音樂人:香港八○年代無政府主義「死硬派」樂隊「黑鳥」將於解散十年後重新聚首演出;美國西雅圖異議歌手吉姆•佩吉(Jim Page)與詩人鍾永豐聯手以詩及音樂白描街頭底層的聲音;以瘋狂音樂表演風格震驚歐洲的比利時樂團「DAAU:無政府主義者的夜間娛興」,混融古典、trance舞曲、中世紀古樂、現代音樂,將帶領觀眾進入出神的迷離狀態。

別再讓10/10成為一個無趣的國定假日,和【和平•人權•無國界】邀請來的音樂家及行動者一起上路去,聽聽來自窗外的,世界的迴聲。

 

Building on the theme of “crossings”, Crossings: Peace and Human Rights is a day of activities devoted to peace and human rights. The event will be held at Huashan Culture Park and its activities include films, discussions, a photography exhibition, and musical performances. 

Major changes in the post 9/11 era -- particularly in the Middle East -- are raising many questions and discussions over the role of the United States. Meanwhile, limited coverage of international news by local media outlets has only left people in Taiwan with a skewed perspective and misunderstanding of worldwide events.

For the afternoon discussions, Hong Kong journalist Cheng Chui-yeung has been invited to discuss the conflicts in the Middle East, a region she has spent much time covering in her work. Photojournalist Takashi Morizumi of Japan will hold a photography exhibition, which covers the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as well as environmental issues. Nahoko Takato, also of Japan, will share her experiences as a humanitarian aid worker in Iraq.

In the evening, Crossings: Peace and Human Rights will present the ‘Music Soapbox’ -- an evening of music to inspire a social consciousness, featuring the Hong Kong anarchist folk-rock group Blackbird, reuniting after a ten-year hiatus; American folk singer Jim Page and poet Chung Yong-feng, and the Belgian avant-garde group DAAU.

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