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        這兩位攝影師交換日記,繪制了一本美國疫情視覺編年史

        這兩位攝影師交換日記,繪制了一本美國疫情視覺編年史

        Alex Scimecca 2021年03月20日
        兩位搭檔的日志展示了他們在疫情期間對個人和社會越來越強烈的思考和感受。

        圖片來源:肖恩和約翰

        攝影搭檔肖恩和約翰為了在新冠肺炎疫情期間保持活躍創作,同時繼續合作,他們從獨立樂隊Postal Service身上找到了靈感——樂隊的成員向彼此郵寄可錄式光盤,逐個在歌曲中加入音樂元素來完成專輯。

        兩人每周傳遞一份日記,這本日記逐漸演變成了一本新冠疫情視覺編年史。日記中包含各類不同的素材,既有剪報,也有《國家地理雜志》(National Geographic)等出版物里的檔案圖片,還有他們自己拍攝的膠卷和數碼照片,《宅家/ / / 疫情日記》(Stay Home /// The Covid Journal)探索了2020年最原始的感情和事件,嘗試著述說許多難以解釋的事情。

        圖片來源:肖恩和約翰

        在孤獨和不確定中,日子一天天過去,幾周、幾個月又過去了。肖恩和約翰的日志疊加了各種媒體元素,充實了日記內容,展示著他們在疫情期間對個人和社會越來越強烈的思考和感受。

        圖片來源:肖恩和約翰

        2020年是令人難以置信的一年,是史無前例的一年,它給人類帶來了最嚴峻的挑戰。這本日記揭示了一條貫穿全年的主線,一條不應該被視作理所當然的主線:無論你經歷了什么、如何應對疫情,這動蕩一年里的最原始情感將永遠被銘記。

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        圖片來源:肖恩和約翰

        “我試圖通過日記來捕捉記錄疫情期間的感受——不僅僅是事實,不僅僅是新聞故事,而是我們個人的經歷?!奔s翰在接受《財富》雜志采訪時表示,“希望當人們會看時,能感受到我們把這些元素放在一起時心中的情緒,也能因此觸發他們的情緒——那種焦慮、不確定、困惑的感覺?!?/font>

        圖片來源:肖恩和約翰

        兩人于2020年3月啟動這個項目時,以為疫情可能會持續幾周左右。他們想,等疫情結束時,應該可以制作一本紙質書,在實體會議上面對面地展示給參會者。

        約翰說:“這只能說明我們太天真,我們真的不知道疫情會如何結束?!?/font>

        圖片來源:肖恩和約翰

        兩人會驅車50英里到對方家,交接日記。他們以遠程的方式繼續合作,單獨創作頁面,或者在對方未完成的頁面上進行補充。經過五年的合作,他們已經打下了堅實的創作基礎。突然間不能再呆在同一個房間里,也不能用以前的方式交流,就只能依賴過去的經驗和直覺。

        比如說,約翰給他懷孕的妻子拍了照片,粘到了日記里。后來,他把兒子出生后的照片也粘了進去,不過粘在了另一頁上。肖恩從中看到了一些特別的點,把兩張照片粘在了一起,這樣讀者看的是孩子呆在媽媽肚子里,就好像他還在那里發育。約翰看到肖恩的創作時說,這是神來之筆。

        圖片來源:肖恩和約翰

        “我想這一頁在某種程度上代表了我們的合作方式,我們各自生活中的小片段被印刷、粘貼,并以某種新的方式結合在一起,創造出一件新作品,如果沒有這兩部分,這件作品就不可能存在?!?/font>

        他們還把在電視、社交媒體和社區中不斷重復的詞語一遍又一遍地寫在日記里,用另一種方式表述疫情,也為他們的視覺日記增添了層次。

        圖片來源:肖恩和約翰

        “我感覺某些詞、某些觀點總是在不斷重復?!毙ざ髡f,“因為我們在家,全身心地關注著正在發生的一切,感覺真的是在不斷重復‘黑命貴, 黑命貴, 黑命貴, 黑命貴。疫情,疫情,疫情,’還有‘戴口罩、不戴口罩’這種相互矛盾的說法?!?/font>

        肖恩說,2020年,種族和政治領域也發生了很多事,在疫情這一年里同樣占據很大比例,有機地融入到了日記中。

        圖片來源:約翰和肖恩

        肖恩說:“突然之間,那些當時只是存在一定相關性的話題變得真正相關了?!?/font>

        他們的時間膠囊日記為他們減輕了世界帶來的一些重量。雖然疫情還沒有走到最后一頁,但兩人覺得是時候給日記畫上句號了。

        肖恩說:“我們對這個項目的結束點很滿意,已經準備好繼續前進?!保ㄘ敻恢形木W)

        圖片來源:肖恩和約翰

        譯者:Agatha

        攝影搭檔肖恩和約翰為了在新冠肺炎疫情期間保持活躍創作,同時繼續合作,他們從獨立樂隊Postal Service身上找到了靈感——樂隊的成員向彼此郵寄可錄式光盤,逐個在歌曲中加入音樂元素來完成專輯。

        兩人每周傳遞一份日記,這本日記逐漸演變成了一本新冠疫情視覺編年史。日記中包含各類不同的素材,既有剪報,也有《國家地理雜志》(National Geographic)等出版物里的檔案圖片,還有他們自己拍攝的膠卷和數碼照片,《宅家/ / / 疫情日記》(Stay Home /// The Covid Journal)探索了2020年最原始的感情和事件,嘗試著述說許多難以解釋的事情。

        在孤獨和不確定中,日子一天天過去,幾周、幾個月又過去了。肖恩和約翰的日志疊加了各種媒體元素,充實了日記內容,展示著他們在疫情期間對個人和社會越來越強烈的思考和感受。

        2020年是令人難以置信的一年,是史無前例的一年,它給人類帶來了最嚴峻的挑戰。這本日記揭示了一條貫穿全年的主線,一條不應該被視作理所當然的主線:無論你經歷了什么、如何應對疫情,這動蕩一年里的最原始情感將永遠被銘記。

        “我試圖通過日記來捕捉記錄疫情期間的感受——不僅僅是事實,不僅僅是新聞故事,而是我們個人的經歷?!奔s翰在接受《財富》雜志采訪時表示,“希望當人們會看時,能感受到我們把這些元素放在一起時心中的情緒,也能因此觸發他們的情緒——那種焦慮、不確定、困惑的感覺?!?/font>

        兩人于2020年3月啟動這個項目時,以為疫情可能會持續幾周左右。他們想,等疫情結束時,應該可以制作一本紙質書,在實體會議上面對面地展示給參會者。

        約翰說:“這只能說明我們太天真,我們真的不知道疫情會如何結束?!?/font>

        兩人會驅車50英里到對方家,交接日記。他們以遠程的方式繼續合作,單獨創作頁面,或者在對方未完成的頁面上進行補充。經過五年的合作,他們已經打下了堅實的創作基礎。突然間不能再呆在同一個房間里,也不能用以前的方式交流,就只能依賴過去的經驗和直覺。

        比如說,約翰給他懷孕的妻子拍了照片,粘到了日記里。后來,他把兒子出生后的照片也粘了進去,不過粘在了另一頁上。肖恩從中看到了一些特別的點,把兩張照片粘在了一起,這樣讀者看的是孩子呆在媽媽肚子里,就好像他還在那里發育。約翰看到肖恩的創作時說,這是神來之筆。

        “我想這一頁在某種程度上代表了我們的合作方式,我們各自生活中的小片段被印刷、粘貼,并以某種新的方式結合在一起,創造出一件新作品,如果沒有這兩部分,這件作品就不可能存在?!?/font>

        他們還把在電視、社交媒體和社區中不斷重復的詞語一遍又一遍地寫在日記里,用另一種方式表述疫情,也為他們的視覺日記增添了層次。

        “我感覺某些詞、某些觀點總是在不斷重復?!毙ざ髡f,“因為我們在家,全身心地關注著正在發生的一切,感覺真的是在不斷重復‘黑命貴, 黑命貴, 黑命貴, 黑命貴。疫情,疫情,疫情,’還有‘戴口罩、不戴口罩’這種相互矛盾的說法?!?/font>

        肖恩說,2020年,種族和政治領域也發生了很多事,在疫情這一年里同樣占據很大比例,有機地融入到了日記中。

        肖恩說:“突然之間,那些當時只是存在一定相關性的話題變得真正相關了?!?/font>

        他們的時間膠囊日記為他們減輕了世界帶來的一些重量。雖然疫情還沒有走到最后一頁,但兩人覺得是時候給日記畫上句號了。

        肖恩說:“我們對這個項目的結束點很滿意,已經準備好繼續前進?!保ㄘ敻恢形木W)

        譯者:Agatha

        To stay creatively active and continue their collaborative relationship during the COVID-19 pandemic, photography duo Shaughn and John drew inspiration from the Postal Service—an indie band that mailed CD-Rs to each other, adding to a track until the album was complete.

        The duo passed back and forth a journal to each other every week, which evolved into a visual chronicle of the year of the coronavirus pandemic. Collaging with different mediums like newspaper clippings, archival images from publications like National Geographic, and their own film and digital photographs, each page of Stay Home /// The Covid Journal explores the raw emotions and events in 2020 to try to make sense of the many things that were hard to explain.

        As the days, weeks, and months of isolation and uncertainty dragged on, Shaughn and John worked on pages in nonsequential order to break down the passage of time that seemed to be never-ending. Layering with different mediums allowed pages to develop as thoughts and feelings intensified about their personal lives and society during COVID-19.

        2020 was an incredibly unprecedented year that has challenged us in the most severe ways. The book reveals a thread throughout the year that we should not take for granted: No matter what you experienced and how you coped with the pandemic, the raw emotion from this tumultuous year will never be forgotten.

        “What I tried to capture in the journal is to put down the way that it felt to go through [the pandemic]—not just the facts, not just a news story, but what we went through on a personal basis,” John told Fortune. “So hopefully when people look back, they’ll feel some of the emotions we felt when putting this together and trigger the feelings they felt—feelings of anxiety, being uncertain, being confused.”

        When the duo first began the project in March 2020, they expected the pandemic to last a few weeks or so. They thought by the time the pandemic was over, they would have made a physical book that they can show people in in-person meetings.

        “It just kind of shows how a little bit naive we were and how we really didn’t know how this thing [would] end,” John said.

        The duo would drive 50 miles to each other’s homes to drop off the book for the other. They continued their collaboration from a distance, either creating their own pages or building off the other’s unfinished pages. After five years working together as a duo, they've built a solid creative foundation. Suddenly not being able to be in the same room or talk in the way they used to made them rely on their past experiences and instincts.

        For example, John photographed his pregnant wife and pasted it into the book. He later made a picture of his son once he was born and also pasted it in, but in a separate page. Shaughn saw something special there and placed them together, so the viewer would see the child in his mother’s stomach as if he were still growing in there. John described the image as serendipitous when he saw the creation.

        “I think that page kind of represents how the collaboration works, how little pieces of our separate lives were being printed and pasted and joined together in some new way creating a new piece of work that couldn’t have existed without both parts.”

        Another way the duo conveyed the pandemic era and gave another layer to their visual journal was through handwritten repetitions that contained words constantly repeated throughout TV, social media, and communities.

        “I felt like there was so much repetition of certain words and certain ideas,” Shaughn described. “Because we were at home so engrossed in everything that was happening, it really did become this kind of constant, ‘BLM, BLM, BLM, BLM. PANDEMIC, PANDEMIC, PANDEMIC,’ and all these contradictions of ‘Wear a mask, don’t wear a mask.’”

        Shaughn described that so much happened in 2020 with race and politics that it was equally a huge part of what was going on with the coronavirus, and it organically evolved into the journal.

        “Suddenly topics that were only partially relevant at the time became really relevant," Shaughn said.

        Their time-capsule journal helped alleviate some of the weight they said they felt from the world. Though the pandemic hasn't completely come to its own closing pages, the duo felt it was time to wrap up the journal's.

        "We were happy with where this project ended up, and we’re ready to move on,” Shaughn said.

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