Fairy Tale World－Exhibition Room I
Dream Land Park
兒童畫與原生藝術的魅力，並不只侷限於紙上的揮灑。透過實體化彎管 裝置，創作者的想像空間和內心世界化為生動的雕塑，讓我們走進孩子 天真爛漫的異想世界。
The allure of children's drawings and outsider art extends beyond the canvas, transforming into physical, interactive installations that bring the artists' imaginations to life.
Adapted from award-winning pieces "Firecrackers in City", by Japanese young artist Yukio Tokuyama, these installations invite audiences into an immersive artistic universe, signifying boundless dreams.
Walking through this "Dream Land Park", you are encouraged to understand the creators' mindsets, participate in their creations, and explore your own imaginations, making this not just a visual feast but also an enlightening journey in art.
Children's drawings are mirrors of their souls, revealing their pure and innocent inner worlds. Drawing is one of the main activities children engage in, with each artwork being a unique world full of boundless imagination and fun. For over a century, experts and scholars have highlighted the close relationship between children's cognitive development and their artistic expression. The progress of children's drawings reflects their physical and mental development.
In appreciating children's drawings, we can not only feel the children's uninhibited creativity and innocent observation of the world, but also understand the unique forms of children's self-expression. These forms often fade away during the process of growth and education. Therefore, it's truly precious to be able to appreciate the world of children's drawings.
Unlike common artists refined through academic training and life experiences, the creative inspiration of children and outsider artists often comes from capturing familiar and special moments in daily life.The families, schools, and communities depicted in their artwork are filled with their love for life and dreaming of possibilities. These drawings represent their way of observing the world and act as a bridge connecting them to it.
Through these artworks, we can observe the patterns of children interacting with the external world.Their appreciation for mother nature, their concern for interpersonal communication – what we see is not just the artwork of children and outsider artists, but moments depicted with their hearts. Through this exhibition, we hope everyone can pay more attention to and understand these creative souls, and together explore the beauty of life.
Cultural Flight Carpet
The World School Children's Art Exhibition collects children's paintings from 150 countries, allowing us to experience the charm of diverse cultures through the eyes of children. Meanwhile, the local culture of Taiwan is often the focus of outsider artists' daily observations, being depicted through children's hands. These works not only showcase the unique perspectives and styles of the artists, but also display their understanding and identification with their own culture, highlighting the features of different cultures.In appreciating these paintings, you will feel the creators' interpretations of and emotional attachment to their living communities. At the same time, we can also learn the history, beliefs, and concepts contained in different cultural backgrounds from these works,.By understanding the cultural context behind the works and exploring the customs of different countries, we can foster cross-cultural understanding and respect through the interactions between paintings.