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無,或就以沈醉為名
STAY THAT WAY

布拉瑞揚舞團
Bulareyaung Dance Company

《無,或就以沈醉為名》這齣舞作在2017年首演的時候,凱特格蘭大道上正發生抗議《原住民族土地或部落範圍土地劃設辦法》的「原住民轉型正義小教室」原住民運動者被驅離事件。布拉瑞揚舞團把凱道上參與抗議活動者手繪的石頭搬到劇場,在舞臺一角安排模擬抗議者的角色,具體呈現舞團關注現實、自我省思和抵抗霸權的姿態。


由排灣族編舞家布拉瑞揚‧帕格勒法成立於2014年的布拉瑞揚舞團,始終致力於挖掘台灣原住民文化的底蘊,並透過原住民特有的身體語彙和當代舞蹈形式,彰顯原住民的真實處境。布拉瑞揚舞團重視每個舞者的個體性,然而,正如部落傳統樂舞的精神,族群和個人的關係至為密切,所有的表現都是一種群舞。這次針對2019綠島人權藝術季特別改編的特別版《無,或就以沈醉為名》,同樣以暨重視個體性又強調群體性的姿態,訴說他們的「拜訪流麻溝15號」舞蹈敘事。


“Stay That Way" premiered in 2017 while Indigenous Justice Classroom, a collective consisting of indigenous activists, was evicted by the police after their long-term protest against “Regulations for Demarcating Indigenous Traditional Territories”. The Bulareyaung Dance Company moved the stones hand-painted by the protesters on Ketagalan Boulevard to the theatre and arranged the protesters in the corner of the stage to demonstrate a focus on reality, self-reflection, and resistance to hegemony.


Established in 2014 by the choreographer Bulareyaung Pagarlava, the Bulareyaung Dance Company has always been committed to discovering the heritage of Taiwan’s indigenous culture and highlighting the living conditions of the indigenous people through unique body vocabularies and contemporary dance forms. The Bulareyaung Dance Company values the individuality of each dancer; however, just as with the spirit of traditional tribal music and dance, the relationship between the ethnic group and the individual is close, and all performances are a group dance. This new version of “Stay That Way” is tailored for the 2019 Green Island Human Rights Art Festival to shape a dancing narrative of “Visiting No.15 Liumagou” with the same gesture of stressing individuality while also emphasizing the collective.