A7 西拉雅平埔文化館A7 Siraya Cultural Relics Exhibition

策展人:石文誠 許瑞芳
策展顧問:翁佳音 洪麗完 段洪坤
長期以來,臺灣的原住民族大致被按照居住山地與平原地區的差別,分成所謂的高山族群與平埔族群。平埔族群當中的西拉雅族原本分布在臺南到恆春半島之間,是平埔族群當中人口最多的一族。而生活在臺南的西拉雅本族主要有四大社:新港社(今新市區)、蕭壠社(今佳里區)、目加溜灣社(今善化區)及麻豆社(今麻豆區)。隨著族人長期與外來者接觸,傳統生活型態逐漸轉變,但也融合吸收外來文化。許多西拉雅部落至今仍留存獨特的祭儀活動,其中最具特色的是祭祀祖靈阿立祖的信仰活動。 本展以學童與親子作為策展的對象,運用「博物館劇場」概念展示,選擇了七個主題場景(遇見外來者、清領時期原漢的土地交易、飛番的故事、牽手西拉雅、西拉雅人的信仰、我們是原住民、再現西拉雅)呈現西拉雅族的生活樣態,帶領觀眾回到過去,身歷其境,感受這個族群歷史與文化的獨特性。搭配展示的內容,並發展「導覽式劇場」演出,以活潑生動的戲劇來演繹西拉雅族的歷史與文化,拉近歷史故事與觀眾間的距離,讓觀者感同身受,更親近西拉雅。

Siraya Tribe people originally spread between Tainan and Henchun Peninsula. It is the largest Plains Indigenous People in terms of its population. The Siraya Tribe in the Tainan area mainly consists of 4 communities: Sinkan Community (today‘s Shinshi district), Soulang Community (today‘s Jiali district), Backoloan Community (today‘s Shanhua district) and Mattau Community (today‘s Madou district). Over a long period of interacting with the outside world, Siraya has amalgamated the outside culture and gradually changed its traditional life style; nevertheless, many Siraya people today still stages its unique ritual activities. The main goal for establishing the Siraya Exhibition Hall is to benefit school children and create an opportunity for strengthening the parent/children connection. The design is based on the “Museum Theater” concept where a series of scenes replicating the historical context are created to accompany the corresponding thematic stories that are being told. The historical scenes try to simulate the circumstances and physical space of a historical or social event at the time that it happened, to prompt a dialogue and interaction with the audience, and make it easier for the audience to enter into and understand the life of the Siraya Tribe, both its past and present. Concurrently, we are also planning and developing a “Docent Theatre” as a form of exhibition to present the story line in order to bring the Siraya‘s history and culture to life through animated theatrical acting and to promote a dialogue and help draw a closer connection between the audience and the Siraya society today.

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